Staff

Global China Institute's work is carried out with outsourcing experts in fields such as copy editing, proofreading, typesetting, graphic design, printing, website design and maintenance, legal advice, and logistical arrangements for visitors. 

People who share a common interest in comparing China with other countries and regions within its Asian and global contexts in a historical and contemporary matrix; and to compare Chinese people or their thoughts methodologically and theoretically within the broader context of human knowledge. All the members of staff work for Global China Institute, the non-profit interdisciplinary academic society, on a voluntary basis. Through them, Global China Institute interacts with a great number of research and academic institutions and other organizations.

Presidents

Honorary Presidents

  • Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary President of Global China Institute; Honorary Vice-President of the British Sociological Association (BSA); Emeritus Professor of University Wales, UK
  • Professor LI Qiang, Chinese Honorary President of Global China Institute; Professor of Sociology, Executive vice President of Institute of Global Common Development; Derector of the Institute of Minsheng Economics; Tsinghua University; former President of the Chinese Sociological Association (CSA), China.

Presidents

Vice-Presidents

Trustees

  • Dr Thomas Clarke, Trustee of Global China Institute; Senior Teaching Fellow, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, UK; Honorary Professor of Science, Technology & Society, STS Research Centre, Northeastern University, PRC
  • Mr Charles Grant, Trustee of Global China Institute; Director of  Centre for European Reform (A UK based think-tank devoted to making the European Union work better and strengthening its role in the world). He was Senior Editor of The Economist and a Director and Trustee of the British Council.
  • Dr Ning Tang, Trustee of Global China Institute, Executive Editor of Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP); Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Department of Psychology, Sociology and Politics; International Coordinator, Faculty of Development and Society, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

General Secretaries and Directors

General Secretaries and Centre Directors 

Directors of Governing Board

Research Fellows/Editors/Translators

  • Professor Keith Jackson, Review Editor of Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP); Professor of Doshisha University, Japan; Centre for Financial & Management Studies (CeFiMS), School of Oriental & African Studies (SOAS), University of London
  • Associate Professor Limei Gou, Research Associate/Translator of Global China Institute; Associate Professor of the English Department at Lanzhou University of Arts and Science (LUAS); former Dean of the Faculty of Business English at the LUAS
  • Associate Professor Jiayan Liu, Research Associate/Translator of Global China Institute; Associate Professor in School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, China
  • Professor Yufang Qian, Research Associate of Global China Institute; Member of International Consultation Board of Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP); Director of the Research Centre for Discourse and Communications, Zhejiang University of Media and Communications, China
  • Associate Professor Haiyan Xu, Associate Translator and Editor of Global China Institute; Associate Professor in School of Foreign Languages, Nanchang University, China

Associate Research Fellows/Editors/Translators

Researchers/Editors/Translators

  • Ms Wei-ling Chang, Translator of Global China Institute; Freelance translator, formally English Editor of Double Plus, Taipei, Taiwan
  • Ms LI Zhujun, Researcher, Editor and Correspondent of Global China Institute; Senior Economist; Research student of the School of Public Administration, Zhengzhou University, China
  • Ms CHEN Lanxin, Researcher of Global China Institute; PhD student, Chinese Marxism Institute, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China
  • Ms Costanza Pernigotti, Translator of Global China Institute and Assistant Editor of JCCP; Researcher of Research Centre for Discourse and Communications, Zhejiang University of Media and Communications, China
  • Ms Cheryl Mei-ting Schmitz, Translator for Global China Institute; PhD candidate in Anthropology at the University of California, Berkeley, USA.
  • Ms Ling Tang, Researcher at Global China Institute; PhD candidate at University of Oxford, UK
  • Ms Xintong Tian, New media and creative tourism entrepreneur sponsored by University of Leeds; Project manager, Global China Institute, UK
  • Ms Yu-chin Tseng, Researcher, Editor and Translator of Global China Institute; PhD candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Essex, UK
  • Ms Veronica Jingyi Wang, Researcher at Global China Research Institute; PhD candidate at University of Cambridge, UK
  • Ms Siqi Wang, Editor and research project term member of Global China Institute; MA in Chinese Language and Literature, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Mr Matthew Timothy Wills, Editor of the Global China Institute and JCCP; PhD student, University of California, UCSD, USA
  • Ms Mengwei Tu, Researcher, Editor and Translator of Global China Institute; PhD candidate, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Kent, UK
  • Ms Yujing Yang, Researcher, Global China Institute; PhD Candidate at Faculty of Law, Chongqing University, China

Professional consultant/Technicians

  • Mr Chen Wen, Website Consultant of Global China Institute; a professional website designer
  • Ms Duyi Meng, Assistant Designer and Technician and research project team member of Global China Institute, a master student in Information system management, at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University.
  • Mr Sheung Kuen Poon, Assistant Editor for graphics and images of Global China Institute; BA in English Studies for the Professions, Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Ms Xintong Tian, Project manager, Global China Institute; New media and creative tourism entrepreneur sponsored by University of Leeds, UK
  • Ms Helen Tung, Legal Advisor and Research Associate of the Global China Institute; Barrister at 1 Temple Avenue Chambers, London, UK; a team member of the project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRICS countries in America, Australia, Japan and the UK (2009-13)

Trainee Researchers/Editors/Translators/Administrators

  • Ms CHEN Cheng, Trainee Researcher and Translator of Global China Institute; MA Media and Development at University of Westminster, UK
  • Ms XIONG Yi, Assistant Administrative Manager of Global China Institute; MA in marketing management, University of Kent, UK
  • Ms YANG Mengdai, Assistant Designer of Global China Institute; BA in industrial design, University of Liverpool, UK 
  • Ms YU Lan, Trainee Translator of Global China Institute; MA in Translation Studies, University College London, UK
  • Mr ZHANG Yuyuan, Trainee Researcher of Global China Institute; MA in Transnational Studies, University College London, UK
  • Ms ZHENG Ming, Trainee Researcher of Global China Institute; MA Media Management, University of Westminster, UK  

工作人员

        全球中国研究院的工作主要是通过外包的方式,由各类专业人士来承担,如审稿、文字加工或技术编辑,校对,排版,平面设计,印刷,网站设计和维护,法律咨询,以及对访问者的后勤安排等等。
        全球中国研究院的工作人员是由有志于中国与其他国家和地区在历史和当代、在其亚洲和全球范之矩阵,以及于人类知识的范围内做比较研究(也包括华人和非华人的思想,理论和方法论之比较)的同仁所组成,其工作是基于志愿基础上的兼职,分为以下五类,其中有些人扮演多个角色。通过他们,本会得以与全球各学术研究机构及其他组织开展广泛的交流与互动。      

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专业技术顾问

  • 陈文先生全球中国研究院网络顾问; IT和网站专业设计师 
  • 董海伦女士 Helen Tung, 全球中国研究院法律顾问和研究人员; 英国 1 Temple Avenue Chambers律师
  • 田薪彤女士, 全球中国研究所项目经理;利兹大学资助的新媒体和创意旅游企业家

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