Professor Jing Wang is the founder and director of MIT New Media Action Lab and serves as the Chair of the International Advisory Board for Creative Commons China. She holds a joint appointment in Global Studies & Languages and Comparative Media Studies/Writing. Her first book The Story of Stone won her the 1992 Joseph Levenson Prize for the “Best Book on Pre-Modern China.” Her third single-authored book Brand New China: Advertising, Media, and Commercial Culture came out in Arabic, Japanese, and Chinese translations. Her edited volume (with Winnie Wong) "Reconsidering the 2006 MIT Visualizing Cultures Controversy" won the Council of Editors of Learned Journal's "Best Special Issue Award" in 2015. She is currently working on a book manuscript "Activism 2.0 and Nonconfrontational Politics in China."
In spring 2009, she launched NGO 2.0, a nonprofit organization that specializes in ICT powered activism. Ford Foundation awarded her an eight-year grant (2009-2017) to develop NGO2.0. A new book INTERNET PLUS PUBLIC GOOD: PLAYING WITH NEW MEDIA
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