Curriculum Vitae - Hao Ping

Curriculum Vitae - Hao Ping

HAO Ping, Vice Minister of Education (China), Chairperson of Chinese National Commission for UNESCO

  • Vice Minister of Education, China
  • Chairperson of Chinese National Commission for UNESCO
  • Chairperson of China Scholarship Council
  • Member of the Executive Board, UNESCO

Born in Shandong Province, China, in September 1959, Dr. Hao is a professor of Beijing Foreign Studies University with a Ph.D. in International Relations.

Education:
1995-1999 Ph.D. School of International Relations, Peking University, China
1992-1995 M.A. Department of History, University of Hawaii, USA
1978-1982 B.A. Department of History, Peking University, China

Professional Experiences:

2009-Present    

  • Vice Minister of Education
  • Chairperson of Chinese National Commission for UNESCO
  • Chairperson of China Scholarship Council
  • Member of the Executive Board, UNESCO

2005-2009    President, Beijing Foreign Studies University

2001-2005    

  • Vice President of Peking University
  • Local Chair, University Internet sponsored by Australian and Chinese Governments (Oct. 2004)
  • Local Chair, International Management of University Association (IMUA) Fifteenth Annual Meeting (Aug. 2004)

1995-2001    

  • Director of Office of International Programs
  • Assistant President of Peking University (since Apr. 1997)
  • Secretary-General of Peking University Education Foundation (Sep. 1998)
  • Vice-Chair, Beijing Forum Planning Committee (Feb. 2003 - Aug. 2004)
  • Senior Visiting Scholar, University of California-Berkeley (Feb. 2000 - Apr. 2000)
  • Exchange Fellow, Program of Eisenhower Foundation (Sep. 1999 - Nov. 1999)

1994-1995    Consultant of Chinese Affairs, Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Hawaii

1993-1994    Fellow, Institute of Education, East-West Centre, USA

1991-1992    Visiting Scholar, University of Hawaii, USA

1982-1986    Staff, Office of the President, Peking University

Other positions:

  • Member             National Committee of the 11th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference(CPPCC) (2008-2013)
  • Trustee    China Overseas Exchange Association
  • Vice-President    Western Returned Scholars Association Chinese Overseas-Educated Scholars Association
  • Vice-President        China-EU Association
  • Adjunct Professor     History Department, Peking University
  • President             Society for International Human Resources Development of the Institution of Higher Learning
  • Co-President    Management Board of the Centre for China Studies, La Trobe University (Melbourne), Australia
  • Trustee    La Trobe University (Melbourne), Australia
  • Trustee    Council of Confucius Institutes Headquarters
  • Trustee    The 1911 Revolution Research Institute, Peking University
  • Director    Center for Edgar Snow Studies, Peking University

Publications:  
a)    Books

  • “History of the Establishment of Peking University”, Peking University Press, Mar. 1998. (Mar. 2008, Second Edition)
  • “An Unfortunate Ending-----John Leighton Stuart and China”, Peking University Press, Aug. 2002
  • “Sun Yat-sen’s Revolution and the United States”, Peking University Press, Feb. 2000.

b)    Books Edited    

  • Co-Editor    “Selected Chinese Works of Song and Yuan Dynasties Collected by Archives and Mausolea Department of the Imperial Household Agency of Japan”, Shanghai Ancient Books Press, Mar.2013
  • Director of Compiling Committee     “Internationalization of University: Theory and Practice”, Peking University Press, Nov. 2007.
  • Director of Compiling Committee    “Collection of the Archives and Historical Data of the Sino-Western Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Qing Dynasty ---the Sino-UK Volume” (Volume 1•Train and Mining Industry ), Zhonghua Book Company, Apr. 2006.
  • Director of Compiling Committee     “Collection of the Archives and Historical Data of the Sino-Western Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Qing Dynasty ---the Sino-Portuguese Volume”, Zhonghua Book Company, Sep. 2004.
  • Editor-in-Chief    “Innovations and Challenges --- Famous Universities in the World”, Peking University Press, 2001.
  • Editor-in-Chief     “Selected Archives of the Imperial College”, Peking University Press, 2001.
  • Editor-in-Chief    “Selected Archives of Sino-Austrian Relations of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Qing Dynasty”, Zhonghua Book Company, 2001.
  • Editor    “Sinologists in North America”, People Literature Press, 2000.

c) Books Translated

  • “Unknown War”, written by Michael Lin, Beijing Friendship Publishing House, 1997. (The book was republished by PLA Literature Publishing House in 2005,      named The Red Base in the Anti-Japanese War)
  • “American Foreign Policies in Asia”, written by Prof. Scalpino, Peking University Press, 2002.
  • “The Super Holocaust in China”, written by Dan Winn, Peking University Press, 2005 (co-translated)

Many articles by Dr. Hao have been published in International Sinology, Foreign Affairs Review, Guang Ming Daily, Beijing Youth Daily, and etc..

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