After receiving an M.A. degree, Wang Wen worked at the Global Times, serving as a correspondent, news editor, history editor, senior op-eds editor, editorial writer, leader of op-eds pages, and an editorial board member (in charge of op-eds).
After departing from the media, Wang Wen has, since the beginning of 2013, been the Executive Dean of the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at Renmin University of China. He is the youngest dean in the University as well as within the top universities in China.
Wang Wen was the winner of the China New Awards in 2011. As a leader on public opinion, Wang Wen has written hundreds of columns, knows national policies and social conditions very well, and always has the opportunity to exchange views with top officials, leading scholars, and analysts, etc.
His latest book is Phantom of Powers and he once translated, edited, collaborated on eleven books, including Theories of World Governance — A Study in the History of Ideas, International Relations in Political Thoughts, A Truth Speaking China and so on.
Wang’s career goal is to develop a leading Think Tank in China as well as in the world in the coming years.