Keping Wang is a Fellow of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
(CASS) where he was head of Aesthetics Section of CASS Institute of
Philosophy from 2005 to 2016, philosophy professor of CASS Graduate
School, and Professor of Beijing International Studies University
where he worked as Director of Institute for Trans-cultural Studies
over a decade. Professor Wang is a former visiting fellow of St.
Anne's College of Oxford University (2000), visiting Professor of
the School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry, Sydney
University (2010) and Sciences Politiques de Bordeaux (2017). His
major writings in Chinese include the Moral Poetics in Plato's Laws
(2015), Plato's Poetics in the Republic (2005, 2014) and Aesthetics
in Tourism (2015), with publications in English including the
Rediscovery of Sino-Hellenic Ideas (2016) and Reading the Dao: A
Thematic Inquiry (2011).