Rowan Callick is an Industry Fellow at Griffith University’s Asia Institute. He graduated BA Honours from Exeter University, working for a daily newspaper in England before 10 years in Papua New Guinea, managing a publishing group. He then worked for The Australian Financial Review and The Australian, as China Correspondent and Asia-Pacific Editor of both, and as a Time magazine senior writer. He has been published widely elsewhere, including The Wall Street Journal, Foreign Policy, and The Times, and 3 papers for the CIS in the last 3 years. He is an advisory board member of the National Foundation for Australia-China Relations, of La Trobe: Asia, of the Australia China Relations Institute at the University of Technology, Sydney, and of the Australia Taiwan Business Council. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute for International Affairs, and won two Walkley Awards and the Graham Perkin Award for Australian Journalist of the Year. He received the OBE in 2015. He has written three books published in English and Chinese, most recently “Party Time: Who Runs China And How”. He has been a member of the advisory councils of Australian Foreign (Liberal) and Aid (Labor) ministers.