Kai Wang is the Deputy Head of Department, and Associate Professor at the College of Landscape Architecture and Arts, Northwest A&F University, China. His research focuses on urban design and physical activity, with particular interest in environment and behaviour studies in public open space and applications of GIS and remote sensing technologies. Kai obtained a Ph.D. in GeoInformatics at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and he was granted a Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad in 2010. Kai has played an important role in national projects, such as the Ministry of Education of China Project of Humanities and Social Science and National Natural Science Foundation of China Youth Project. He has published extensively in leading peer-reviewed journals, such as the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Progress in Physical Geography, Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing and China Sport Science. He is a member of International Society of Physical Activity and Health, and Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture.