Peggy A. Kong, EdD is a clinical associate professor of education at Drexel University. Her research interests focus on family and school relationships in rural China and with immigrant families in the United States. Her recent work is focused on immigrant families and early childhood and the lives of Asians/Asian Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. She is the author of Parenting, education, and social mobility in China: Cultivating dragons and phoenixes, co-editor of Rural education in China’s social transition (with Emily Hannum and Gerard Postiglione), and author of numerous journal articles and chapters. She serves on the editorial board of Cogent Education, Frontiers in Education, and Chinese Education and Society. Currently, she serves on the CIES Publications committee and as vice-chair of the East Asia SIG and is Webmaster for the Mid-Atlantic Regional Association for Asian Studies.