Sarah Wang

Programs Coordinator, East-West Center in Washington
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MA in Asian Studies, Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University; B.A. in International Relations with minors in Mandarin and Asian Studies, University of Delaware
Area of Expertise: 

Public Diplomacy; US-Asia Relations; US-China Relations

Sarah Wang is a Programs Coordinator at the East West Center in Washington, specializing in China, US-China relations and broader US-Asia relations. She runs all aspects of the serminars that the Center holds in the office, on Capitol Hill, and throughout the US and Asia Pacific. Recently she asumed responsibility for the Center's Asia Studies Visiting Fellows program and the Congressional Staff Program on Asia (CSPA). She runs the Center's Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn accounts. She is the chief researcher and editor of the Asia Matters for America initiative's Trump Administration and US-Asia Pacific Relations resource, which catalogues statements by members of the Trump Administration on US-Asia policy, and the Asia Reacts to... series which  highlights how various Asian media are reacting to US politics, policy, and major events. She also regularly contributes articles to the Asia Matters for America site. 

Mrs. Wang received her MA in Asian Studies from Georgetown University's Edmund Walsh School of Foreign Service in 2014. While at the University of Delaware, where she graduated in 2012 with a BA in International Relations and minors in Mandarin and Asian Studies, she studied abroad at Beijing Normal University in China for a semester in 2011.

While at the East-West Center Mrs. Wang traveled to Tokyo, Japan; Beijing, China; Taipei, Taiwan; and Seoul, South Korea. She has also traveled to Australia and Japan as a People to People Student Ambassador in high school (2005 and 2007 respectively), to Beijing, China while studying abroad at the University of Delaware (2011),  and to Japan as a member of the Georgetown University delegation in the Kakeashi student exchange program (2014). Personally, she has also traveled to Nanjing, Jiangsu Province, China and Yuci, Shanxi Province, China.