Zi Zhongyun is veteran practitioner of public diplomacy, interpreter for top PRC leaders, specialist and author in international politics and China-U.S. relations, essayist and director of The Institute of American Studies at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
- Zi, Zhongyun. No exit? : the origin and evolution of U.S. policy toward China, 1945-1950. Zhang Ciyun and Jia Yanli. Norwalk, CT: EastBridge, 2003.
- Zi, Zhongyun. The destiny of wealth : an analysis of American philanthropic foundations from a Chinese perspective. Yufeng Wang. Ed. Lisa Boone-Berry. Dayton, OH : Kettering Foundation Press, 2007.
- Zi, Zhongyun. “The benchmark of patriotism: a review of Wan qing da bianju zhong de sichao yu renwu.” Chinese Studies in Philosophy. 28.3 (Spr 1997): 81-99. Zi, Zhongyun. “A lifelong pursuit of learning, enlightenment and independence of mind: a conversation with Zi Zhongyun.” Interview by Wang, Xi. Chinese Historical Review. 2 (Fall 2011): 183-206.
- Zi, Zhongyun. “The impact and clash of ideologies: Sino-US relations from a historical perspective.” Journal of Contemporary China. 16 (Nov 1997): 531-550.
- Zi, Zhongyun. “U.S.-China Relations: Breaking the Vicious Circle.” World Policy Journal 3 (1999): 119-23
Collections and Book Chapters
- Zi, Zhongyun. “How far along the road to mutual understanding have we come?” Bridging the Sino-American divide: American studies with Chinese characteristics. Ed. Roberts, Priscilla. Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2007. 42-47.
- Zi, Zhongyun. “The clash of ideas: ideology and Sino-U.S. relations.” Chinese foreign policy: pragmatism and strategic behavior. Zhao, Suisheng. Armonk, N.Y.; London: M.E. Sharpe, 2004.
Translations on Web Sources
- Zi, Zhongyun. “A Conversation with Zi Zhongyun.” By Tong Zhichao. The SAIS Observer Staff 22 April 2014. Web.
- Zi, Zhongyun. “Freedom of expression and government reform.” Trans. Danwei. 9 May 2008. Web.