Shen Qing

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Shen Qing
Born China, PRC
Alma mater Beijing University
Title Publisher of Rui Magazine of Financial Times
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Shen 沈清.

Shen Qing is a lifestyle and fashion publisher in China, writing weekly, monthly magazine or blog articles [1] with some following in a number of Chinese foreign joint venture publications before taking the job as publisher of the Chinese edition of the monthly How to Spend It of the Financial Times. Her previous publishing career includes associate publisher of Life Magazine

A law department graduate of Peking University, Shen Qing went to the United States for her graduate study in the Bay Area of California. She was briefly in mainstream American news when her activist younger brother Shen Tong was arrested in China in 1992. The two have been in media ventures together including VFinity[2]