Joe Qian is an Online Communications Associate for the South Asia Region and specializes in web and social media production. He previously worked on the Second China project for the State Department and graduated from the University of Florida with a degree in Political Science focusing on International Relations and a minor in Chinese as well as recognition as a University Scholar. He also completed his Masters at John's Hopkins University in Global Security and Economics.
Joe's an avid tennis player, pianist, and travels as much as he can with a passion for anything new and exotic.
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- Racing to the Top at Economic Students Meet
- Celebrating Bangladesh and Nepal’s Progress in Achieving the Millennium Development Goals
- Open Forum: Have Your Say on Development!
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- World Bank's Open Data Initiative
- Moving Towards Fulfilling the Millennium Development Goals in Bangladesh
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- Perspectives on Climate Change from Nepal and Sri Lanka
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- South Asia Advances on Visual Tool Comparing Development over Time
- Got a Question? I've Got an Answer!
- Universalizing Opportunities through Investing in Education in India
- World Bank Provides Four Loans Worth Over $4.3 Billion to India