|(Last Name + First Name)
||PhD（School of Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party）
||International Organisation and Global Governance, British Constitution, European Union Studies, Irish Politics and Foreign Policy
||British/Irish Studies, European Union Studies, International Relations
||PhD (2009) in Law (International Politics)，Institute for International Strategy Studies, School of Central Committee of Chinese Communist Party
MA (1998) in English (British Studies), British Studies Centre, Department of English, Beijing Foreign Studies University
BA (1992) in English (English for Science and Technology), Department of Foreign Languages, Tianjin University
||Coordinator for the Irish Studies Network in China
||Visiting scholar, College of Law at DePaul University (USA), September 2001-May 2002
United Board Visiting Scholar, Department of Government and International Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University, September-December 2007
Visiting Scholar, An Foras Feasa, NUI Maynooth, July-December 2011
Transnational Democracy and its Limits: A Study of the European Constitutional Process, Beijing: People’s Publishing House, 2010.
“Constitutional Patriotism and European Identity: The Lessons of the European Constitution”, Chinese Journal of European Studies, Vol. 23, No. 5 (2005).
“The Limits of the European Union as a Normative Power in Global Governance – A Case Study of EU Representation Reforms in the IMF”, Chinese Journal of European Studies, Vol. 29, No. 1 (2011).
“The Debates on Britain’s Role in the World and Changes in its EU Policy”, Chinese Journal of European Studies, Vol. 31, No. 1 (2013).
“New Developments on Transatlantic Trade Relations and its Impact on International Norms”, Chinese Journal of European Studies, Vol. 31, No. 6 (2013).
“The Role of Confucius Institutes in People-to-people Exchanges: A Focus on Confucius Institutes in Ireland”, Academic Forum (Xue Shu Lun Tan), No. 277 (February 2014).
Sino-Irish Relations: Cross-Cultural Perspectives, Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2011.
Britain and Its Changing Role in the World (co-editor with Liu Fei), Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2013.
Development Report of the United Kingdom: Britain in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis, Beijing: Social Sciences Academic Press, 2013.
TRANSLATIONS (Chinese editions)
Joseph M. Grieco & G. John Ikenberry, State Power and World Market: The International Political Economy, Beijing: Peking University Press, 2008 (Translator).
1) Transnational Democracy and its Limits: A Study of European Constitutional Process (Philosophy and Social Science Foundation of the Chinese Ministry of Education, 2008-2012)
2) Sino-Irish Relations: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (funded by the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs, 2009-2012)
3) Development Report of the United Kingdom (2010-2013) (Special Project for Regional and State Studies, BFSU, 2012-2013)
Projects in progress
1) Development Report of the United Kingdom (2013-2015), funded by MOE Centre for Regional and State Studies,(2013-)
2) BFSU Irish Studies Centre and China Irish Studies Network Projects funded by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Ireland, including translation of 20th century Irish History, Irish studies network, etc., (2013-)
|Awards & Honours
||Awarded First Prize of the 7th Beijing Higher Education Teaching Achievements Awards in September 2013 (ranked 5th in the team)
||“Irish Studies in China v.s. Chinese Studies in Ireland: Comparisons and reflections”, School of Asian Studies, UCC, Cork, Ireland, 3 October 2011.
“Sino-EU Relations and The Role of Ireland”, NUI Maynooth, Ireland, 27 October 2011.
“Transnational Identity, Democracy and European Constitution”, School of Social Sciences, Bangor University (the UK), 15 November 2011.
||“The Evolving Nature of EU Power and Sino-EU Relations in the Early 21st Century”， Asia’s Rise and Its Impact on Europe and Ireland: Challenges and Opportunities, UCC, Cork, Ireland, 29-30 September 2011.
“A Tale of Two Countries: Some reflections on Irish Studies in China and Chinese Studies in Ireland”，Global Ireland: the 19th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 7-10 November 2012.
“The Evolving Nature of the British Power in the Context of Global Economic and Financial Crisis: A Research Agenda”, The 7th Annual Conference (2012) of The Society of British Studies Centre of The Chinese Association for European Studies: “Britain and the World – Change and Continuity”, Beijing, China, 16-17 November 2012.
||July 2012: Interviewed by China Central Television (CCTV) on the China-EU relations.
28 May 2013: Discussion with foreign experts in China Radio International (CRI) English programme Today, on the controversies of UK referendum on EU membership within the Conservative Party and UK-EU relations.
23 July 2014: Published the article on People’s Daily: “The United Kingdom is not reconciled to be a middle-range power”.