Tim Clissold (Chinese name: 祈立天) is a Western writer on business in China. He is the author of a memoir detailing how he helped the Wall Street trader Jack Perkowski to invest and lose over $400 million in mainland China as the country first opened up to foreign direct investment. His book detailed the numerous ways the fund lost money.  Clissold was briefly president of the foreign-invested ASIMCO Technologies before parting company from Perkowski, who claims never to have read the book that gave him the nickname Mr. China'
- Mr. China: A Memoir, HarperBusiness, 2005
- Dan Fitzpatrick, "'Mr. China' -- Pittsburgher's status borders on mythical", Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, 22 November 2006
- Gady A. Epstein, "China flies the flag", Forbes, April 25, 2008,
- Scott Cendrowski, "Businesses Going Into China Need to Know These Rules First", "Fortune", December 3, 2016
- Bill Powell, "Books: Mr. China Hits the Road" Time, 20 February 2005