• Communications Coordinator
  • jamesevans@fas.harvard.edu
  • (617) 495-0711

James Evans coordinates digital communications, media relations, publicity outreach and graphic design at the Fairbank Center. Previously, James worked in public affairs for Weber Shandwick in Beijing and London, and has a background in public policy and digital communications across both China and Europe. James read Philosophy, Politics and Economics at the University of Oxford before studying Chinese language at Beijing Language and Culture University. His research interests include the government and politics of China, China’s foreign policy, and the European Union.

James is the Editor for the Fairbank Center’s Blog, and the host and producer of our “Harvard on China” podcast.

From the Fairbank Blog: 

INFOGRAPHIC: China’s Leaders of Party and State after the 13th NPC and CPPCC
The Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies presents a visual guide to China’s leadership after the “Two Meetings” of March 2018, and the new leaders’ ties to Xi Jinping. By Yuan Wang and James Evans.

UPDATED INFOGRAPHIC: A Post-19th Party Congress Guide to China’s New Leadership
The 19th Party Congress saw a reshuffling of China’s leadership. The Fairbank Center presents an updated visual guide to what we know about China’s new leaders of party and state. By Yuan Wang and James Evans.

INFOGRAPHIC: How the CCP Rules, a Guide to China’s Leaders of Party and State
As leaders meet in Beijing for the 19th Party Congress, the Fairbank Center presents a visual guide to understanding China’s elite politics. By Yuan Wang and James Evans.

From the “Harvard on China” Podcast: 

Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies