Wing Pang

Wing N. Pang

US Executive Director at ESEC

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General Information

Education

BA  - U.C. Berkeley

Masters  - Urban Design City Planning , Harvard

Ph.D.  - Urban Planning , UCLA

Affiliations

Board Member  - The Institute For The Study Of Asian American Christianity

Co-Founder and Board Member  - Educational Services International

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Dr. Wing Pang - US Executive Director

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Wing Ng Pang - Secretary
Wing Ng Pang Wing Ng Pang is the co-founder & Executive Director of Christian Leadership Exchange, a partner-owner of South Seas International Real Estates Development and Management, as well as a consultant in urban design and planning for residential, commercial and church buildings. In the past, he has also served as co-founder and board member of Educational Services International, co-founder and Executive Director of Educational Services Exchange with China, and Executive Director of the Chinese World Mission Center. Wing's teaching and research experience includes serving as Associate Professor in Chinese Studies and Director of the Summer Institute for Chinese Mission at William Carey International University in Pasadena, adjunct professor in the Chinese Studies Program at Alliance Theological Seminary in Nyack, New York, and lecturing on Chinese mission at various other theological schools. Wing completed a BA at UC Berkeley, a Masters in Urban Design City Planning from Harvard, and a Ph.D. in Urban Planning at UCLA.

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Wing Ning Pang, Ph.D. (Board Member) Dr. Pang is the Executive Director of Christian Leadership Exchange, which "works directly with the Church in China through servanthood ministry."An architect and urban planner by training, Dr. Pang has published From Squatter Settlements to Industrial Estates: The Impact of the Resettlement Program on Squatter Factories in Hong Kong - A Study of the Locational Problems of Urban Small Industries (1979) and articles in Urban Affairs Review and Chinese Law and Government . Dr. Pang has provided leadership for the campus expansion efforts of Nanjing Union Seminary in China.He is also recognized as a leading scholar of the Chinese Christianity in North America, having conducted the most extensive survey of North American Chinese churches.He received a BA from UC Berkeley in Architecture (1967) and PhD in Urban Planning from UCLA in 1978.

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