LIAISON DIRECTOR FOR INSTITUTE FOR THE POSTMODERN DEVELOPMENT OF CHINA (IPDC)
Dr. Zhihe Wang, is the Director of Institute for the Postmodern Development of China(IPDC), co-director of the China Project, Center for Process Studies, Claremont. His recent publications include: Green Development and Innovation From Global Perspective (with Jianjun Zhao,2013); Process and Pluralism: Chinese Thought on the Harmony of Diversity (2012)；
Second Enlightenment (with Meijun Fan, 2011).；Ecological Civilization and Marxism (with Huibin Li and Xiaoyuan Xue, 2008).
As a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, IPDC serves as a bridge between China and the West, between the traditional and the modern. Its mission is to help China as well as the world to make the ecological turn, by bringing the Chinese and non-Chinese scholars together for communication and collaborative work. Working with its Chinese and U.S. partners, IPDC has organized more than 90 international conferences and helped establish more than 30 research centers in Chinese universities. Their research areas include philosophy, psychology, education, religion, ecological aesthetics, transdisciplinary methodologies, eco-civilization, business ethics, and the dialogue between science and spirituality. All of these programs and efforts are dedicated to creating an Ecological civilization.
Institute for Postmodern Development for China http://postmodernchina.org/