Cao Jinghua, born in 1959 in Beijing, is currently the Deputy Director General of the Bureau of International Cooperation (BIC), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
He graduated from the Department of English, Beijing Foreign Languages Institute in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree and from the School of Social Sciences, City College of New York, USA in 1987 with a master’s degree.
His previous titles include Program Officer of the Office of American & Oceania Affairs, Bureau of Foreign Affairs, CAS; Program Officer of the Office of American & Oceania Affairs, BIC, CAS; Deputy Director, of the Office of External Financing, CAS; Second and First Secretary of the S&T Section, PRC Embassy in USA; Director of the Office of American & Oceania Affairs, BIC, CAS and then Assistant Director General of BIC; Deputy Director of the Bureau of International Cooperation, CAS.
Having engaged in international affairs and international scientific cooperation for 30 years, Mr. Cao has a rich experience in all kinds of and all forms of translations and interpretations. Besides, he has published many articles and papers on science policy and international cooperation including a few in SCI journals.