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Yun Gang


Yun Gang is a Consultant to DLA Piper’s China Practice.

Yun was born in Beijing and she divides her time between Melbourne and Beijing. Her key role is liaising with the Chinese Government and its major commissions and enterprises. She has consulted to some of the world's leading corporations in relation to their business in China.

Yun has a long and distinguished record as a consummate global ambassador for China: understated, diplomatic and highly effective.


  • Facilitating the Hong Kong listing and subsequent operations of Australian company Top Education.
  • Assisting each of the Chinese state-owned banks which have entered the Australian market with their entry into Australia and post-entry needs (including China Construction Bank, Bank of China, ICBC, Bank of Communications, Agricultural Bank of China, China Development Bank, China EXIM Bank).*
  • Leading member of the team advising Ansteel Group Corporation on its strategic investment in the Karara Iron Ore mine in Western Australia and continuing operations at Karara.*
  • Leading member of the team advising Sinosteel Corporation on its takeover of Midwest Corporation, the first successful hostile takeover by a Chinese enterprise anywhere in the world.*
  • Facilitating, As Executive Chairman of the Beijing Chamber of Commerce in Australia (BCOC), to be admitted as a bureau member of the Global Aged Care and Health Alliance.
  • Facilitating, As Executive Chairman of BCOC, the strategic co-operation agreement between BCOC and Chinese AI technology leader iFlytek.
  • Retaining directly by the Chairman and Board of Directors of the Asian regional office of one of the world's largest oil companies to clear the obstacles to obtain planning approvals for a major refining project in China, the largest foreign joint venture ever undertaken in that country at that time.*
  • Playing a key role in assisting with the first sales of Black Hawk helicopters to China, working with former US Secretary of State, General Alexander Haig.*
  • Leading the negotiations for the licence of technology by New York listed Yangzhou Mining Group to Australia's CSIRO.*
  • Assisting in the negotiations with CCTV to acquire television rights for the Formula One Grand Prix, the World Swimming Championships and the Australian Open Tennis Championships in Australia.*

* Denotes experience from a previous firm

  • English
  • Chinese (Mandarin)
  • China Foreign Affairs University

Memberships And Affiliations

  • Executive Chairman, Beijing Chamber of Commerce in Australia