Prof. Guo Li is a Law School Professor and the Associate Dean of the Law School of Peking University. His scholarly interests cover economic law, international law, and law and finance. He obtained a Ph.D. in Law from Peking University.
Prof. He Yafei is an Honorary Professor at the Yenching Academy. He graduated from Hangzhou University with a major in English and completed the United Nations interpretation master’s program at Beijing Foreign Studies University. He returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and served as Vice-Minister after working in the Secretariat of the United Nations, among other important diplomatic duties.
Professor Jia Qingguo is the Dean of the School of International Relations at Peking University. His research focuses on Sino-U.S. relations, Chinese diplomacy and Cross-Strait relations. He has published 21st Century Chinese Foreign Relations and Reconciliation Not Yet Achieved: Sino-U.S. Relations in the Early Cold War. He is a Member of the Beijing Municipal Standing Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, and was a Member of the 12th National Committee and its Foreign Affairs Committee.
Jia Yan is an Assistant Professor in the School of Arts at Peking University. Professor Jia is interested in the art of the Ancient Near East in the Neo-Assyrian period. She studied History and Art Studies at Peking University and Egyptian archaeology at Cairo University. She got her PhD degree in the Department of History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University.
Prof. Jin Li is the Associate Dean of the Guanghua School of Management, where he is also a professor. He currently serves as the director of the Joint Committee of the Department of Finance, and is a tenured Professor at Oxford University. His main research areas include salary and incentive mechanisms for senior management, corporate governance, and investment management. He obtained a Ph.D. in Finance from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Prof. Li Pengfei is an Associate Professor of Department of Chinese Language and literature. His research fields cover History of Chinese Classic Novels; Theory of Novels; Cross-culture Communication of the Novels and History of Poetry of Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern, Sui and Tang Dynasties.
Prof. Li Yingtao is a Professor of International Relations at Beijing Foreign Studies University, and the deputy director of the Center of Gender and Global Studies at BFSU. She was a Fulbright scholar at the University of Virginia, and a visiting scholar at Loughborough University, the University of Tokyo and the German Council on Foreign Relations.
Liu Chen is an Assistant Professor in the School of Arts, Peking University, where she works on ancient Chinese narrative painting. She studied philosophy at Peking University and art history at Arizona State University. Her Ph.D. dissertation focused on the development and transformation of representations of the Vimalakirti Sutra in Chinese traditional painting.
Liu Xiaoyu, associate professor of School of Chinese as A Second Language, Peking University. Since 1991, She has given long-term Chinese courses, quick Chinese courses, training courses, culture lectures and TSL courses in China, Oxford University (UK), Leiden University (Netherland), The University of Oklahoma (USA), BCIT (Canada), Free University Berlin (Germany), Chulalongkorn University (Thailand) and America for more than 2,200 people including students, post graduates, teachers and volunteers about 7,000 hours. She has published text books such as Meeting China, Intermediate Spoken Chinese, Kuaile Chinese, etc.
Lou Jianbo is an Associate Professor at Peking University Law School and Co-Director of the Center for Real Estate Law. His expertise covers commercial, property, and financial law. Prior to joining Peking University, Professor Lou taught at the University of Cambridge. He has published extensively in both Chinese and English, and has worked as a consultant with various governmental agencies focusing on the legal aspects of finance and real estate.