Jude Jiang

Jude Jiang
Jude Jiang is a bilingual writer based in China. She has a strong interest in bridging the under-standing between western and eastern worlds through storytelling. She majored in international journalism in college. With experience working in the film industry in Shanghai, Beijing and L.A., she has developed an international perspective in both documentary and fictional writing. Over the past eight years as a script editor and screenwriter, she has explored domestic and co-production film. She prefers writing screenplays based upon true stories, which has reignited her journalistic passion and the quest for facts through interviews and research. While she is focused on bringing Chinese stories to international audiences, Jiang also is eager to explore how foreigners’ stories can resonate in China.

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