Yoshikazu Kato is currently Adjunct Associate Professor at Asia Global Institute, the University of Hong Kong. He is also a research fellow at the Charhar Institute, and a columnist for the New York Times Chinese edition. Kato was a visiting lecturer at the School of Journalism, Fudan University; a visiting researcher at Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus Institute; a Rajawali Fellow at Harvard Kennedy School; a fellow at Harvard Asia Center; a visiting scholar at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies; and a visiting professor at the School of International Studies at Liaoning University. His articles have appeared in the Financial Times Chinese edition, YazhouZhoukan, Asia Global Online (Hong Kong), Diamond Online, Nikkei Business Online, Nikkei Asian Review (Japan) , Southern Weekly (China mainland), The Journalist (Taiwan) among others. He holds a B.A and a M.A in International Relations from Peking University, and is the author of Will China Democratize? (Japanese, 2015; Korean 2018), Patriotic Slaves (Traditional Chinese, 2011), The Logic of China ( Simplified and Traditional Chinese, 2011), The Japanese Dream (Simplified Chinese, 2016; Japanese, 2018, co-author with Col. Liu Mingfu) , Individualism and Diplomacy (Japanese, 2014), How Xi Jinping Deals with Trump --China's Global Strategy and Japan's Choice (Japanese, 2017), Rebalance--Japan, China and the United States in the new era (Japanese, 2019, co-author with Ezra. Vogel) among other works.