Chen, Shaofeng, Ph.D., National University of Singapore
Dr. Chen Shaofeng has joined Peking University since 2009 as an associate professor in the School of International Studies. Before Peking University, he worked in Beijing Foreign Studies University and the East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore. His research interests include energy security, the relationship of China and Southeast Asia, and regional and global governance.
Shiming, Ph. D., Peking University
Dr. Fan is a professor and associate dean at School of International Studies, Peking University. He teaches Chinese American relations focusing his research on the role of media and public opinions.
Matthew, Ph. D., Cornell University
Dr. Ferchen is a resident scholar at the Carnegie-Tsinghua Center for Global Policy. He specializes in state's role in economic development and China's economic relations with Latin America.
Ji, Ph. D., University of Colorado, Boulder
Dr. Guo received his Ph.D. degree in Economcis from Univ. of Colorado, Boulder. Currently he is an associate professor at the School of Economics and Business Administration, Beijing Normal University. He is specialized in international trade and finance in China.
Qingxin, Ph. D., University of Hong Kong
Dr. Lin is an associate professor at the School of Foreign Languages, Peking University. His researches focus on the comparative studies of Chinese and English literatures, and also he specializes in Chinese historical novels.
Hua, ABD., Peking University
Trained in Marketing at Peking University's Guanghua School of Business, Mr. Ma is the General Manager of International Internet, Inc., a subsidiary of China Central TV.
Peng, Feng, Ph.
D., Peking University
Dr. Peng is a professor at the School of Arts, Peking University. He has widely published on aesthetics and on contemporary Chinese arts, and he is a leading art critic in the country. He also serves as a vice president for Chinese Association for Aesthetics.
Youli, Ph. D., University of Chicago
Dr. Sun has taught at many universities in the US since 1988
and tenured at University of Southern Mississippi in 1995.
He has been director of the Beijing program for American University
since 1998. His expertise is on prewar international relations
in East Asia.
Xiuli, Ph. D., Syracuse University
Dr. Wang received her Ph.D. in Communication from Syracuse University and is currently teaching at the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University. She wrote and translated many works in both Chinese and English.
Wu, Lijuan, Ph. D., University of Maryland
Dr. Wu teaches at Peking University. Her research concentrates on the social changes brought about by globalization.
Guihua, Ph. D., Johns Hopkins University
Dr. Xie is an associate professor at Department of Sociology, Renmin University of China. Her research focuses on migration and social stratification in China.
Jian, Ph. D., Yale University
Dr. Yuan is a research professor and vice president of China
Institute of International Studies, Foreign Ministry. Before starting her academic career, she worked at the United Nations, and then she taught at Peking University and other institutions. Her
major fields of research cover rural industrialization and
the impact of open trade on developing economies.
Qingmin, Ph. D., Chinese Foreign Affairs University
Dr. Zhang is an expert on Sino-American relations and teaches at the School of International Studies, Peking University.
Zhang, Jianwei, Ph. D., Southeastern University, China
Dr. Zhang is a post-doc researcher at the School of Archaeology, Peking University. Having studied at University of Pennsylvania (2008-2010), he specializes in the history of Chinese architecture.