|Born||July 27, 1984|
|Alma mater||Tsinghua University|
|Notable works||Folding Beijing|
|Notable awards||Hugo Award for Best Novelette for Folding Beijing|
Hao Jingfang (Chinese: 郝景芳; pinyin: Hăo Jǐngfāng; born 27 July 1984) is a Chinese science fiction writer. She won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette for Folding Beijing, translated by Ken Liu, at the 2016 Hugo Awards.
Hao Jingfang was born in Tianjin, on July 27, 1984. After high school, she studied, then worked, at Tsinghua University, in the area of physics. After noticing the economic inequality of China, she studied economics in Tsinghua University, obtained a doctoral degree in 2013, and worked as a researcher at China Development Research Foundation since then.
In 2002, as a high school student, she won the first prize at the 4th national high school "New Concept" writing competition (新概念作文大赛). In 2016, she won the Hugo Award for Best Novelette for her work Folding Beijing. She became the first Chinese woman to win a Hugo Award.
Hao is married and has a daughter.