Yuan Shuai is now serving as postdoctoral researcher in the Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University.
09/2007 – 07/2011, Graduate-Doctoral Program
School of International Studies, Renmin University of China (RUC), Beijing, China
09/2006 – 07/2007, Master Program,
Centre for European Studies, Renmin University of China (CESRUC) and Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels), Belgium
European Union Studies
09/2005 – 07/2006, Master Program,
Renmin University of China (RUC) and University of Denver, United States
09/2001 – 07/2005, Undergraduate Program
School of International Studies, Renmin University of China, Beijing, China
2003- 2004, Merit Student of university
Outstanding Student Scholarship (Grade 2)
2002- 2003, Excellent League Leader of school
Outstanding Student Scholarship (Grade 3)
2001- 2002, Outstanding Student Scholarship (Grade 3)
2000, 17th Annual Chinese Physics Olympiad (Grade 2)
15th Annual Invitational Mathematics Examination of Northeast China (Grade 1)
1999, 16th Annual Chinese Physics Olympiad in Jilin, (Grade 2)
09/2009 – 11/2010, Chinese Academy of Social Science,
“Social Science Abroad” Editorial Department, editor and thesis pre-contacting;
11/2008 – 07/ 2009, Renmin University of China
“Contemporary China Studies” Program, recruiter and program advertising, external contracts with some official departments and academic institutes.
11/2007 – 10/2008, Confucius Institute of Hanban (Chinese language promoting department),
2th Annual conference organizing group, translator and external communication;
05/2006 – 09/2006, Disney (Beijing Office)
"The Dragon Club" Program, translator and program editor;
03/2005 – 05/ 2005, Foreign Affairs Office of Changchun Municipal Government,
Department of economic relations, documentary collection and external communication;
09/2003 – 12/ 2003, CCTV News Channel,
"The common concern" Program, program editor;
10/2002 – 11/ 2003, Food Association in Renmin University of China
Founder and president, making proposals, organizing nutrition lectures and cultural communications on special dishes among foreign students.
Address: School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Tsinghua University,
Beijing City, 100084, P. R. China
Oct, 2011 - present Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Sep, 2006 - Sep, 2011 Department of History, Tsinghua University, Beijing
Ph.D in Chinese Ancient History.
Sep, 2002 - Jan, 2006 Department of History, Tsinghua University, Beijing
M.A. in Historical Philology.
Sep, 1998 - Jul, 2002 Department of Chinese Language and Literature, Tsinghua University, Beijing
B.A. in Chinese Language and Literature.
Wang Ming, “The Immortal of Trailbreaker: The Image and Character of Fangxiang in Ancient Chinese Funeral Ritual,” in Journal of Tsinghua University (Beijing), no.2, 2012.
Wang Ming, “A Study of Fangxiang and Qitou in Funeral Ritual Grades in Medieval China,” in Study of Chinese Medieval History (Taipei), no.11 (Dec 2011).
Wang Ming, “Dynasty Legitimacy and Political Succession: The Transformations of Temple Name ‘Taizu’ of Tuoba Wei Dynasties and Its Historical Account,” in Journal of Chinese Literature and History (Shanghai), no.2, 2011, full texts reshipped by the National People's University publication photocopying material History of Wei and Jin, The Northern and Southern Dynasties, Sui and Tang Dynasties (Beijing), no.6, 2011.
Wang Ming, “An Introduction of the English Versions of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War in the 20th Century,” in Sinology Study, Collection 11, Beijing: Xueyuan Press, 2011.
Wang Ming,“Review of Tombs and Death -- The Reflection of Ancient Chinese Religion,” Proceedings of the Chinese History Study (Beijing), no.2, 2011.
Wang Ming, “A Correction on the Imperial Edict about Temple Names in Emperor Xiaowen’s Age Mentioned by Book of Wei,” in Chinese History Study (Beijing), no.3, 2009.
Wang Ming, “A Study of Pei Ji’s Gravestone Epitaph in the Northern Zhou Dynasty,” in Colloquium of Forest of Steles, Collection 15, Xi’an: Sanqin Press, 2009.
Wang Ming, “The Narrative Change from ‘Cutting the Ice’ to ‘Melting the Ice’: A Case of Buddhism’s Influence upon the Shaping of the Confucian ‘Twenty-four Piety Stories,’” in Yan Yaozhong (eds.), Researches on the Country and Regional Society in the Tang Dynasty, Shanghai: Shanghai Ancient Books Press, 2008.
Wang Ming, “The Earliest English Versions of Sun Tzu’s The Art of War and Their Relations with Japan,” in World Sinology (Beijing), no.6 (Jun 2006), part texts reshipped by Annual of the Learning of Sun Tzu’s Art of War, no.4, Jinan: Shangdong Province Map Press, 2008.
Benjamin Schwartz, “The Age of Transcendence,” trans. by Wang Ming, in Wang Zhongjiang (eds.), Neo-Philosophy, Collection 6, Zhengzhou: Daxiang Press, 2006.
Benjamin Schwartz, “Review on Disputers of the Tao,” trans. by Cheng Gang and Wang Ming, in Wang Zhongjiang (eds.), Neo-Philosophy, Collection 6, Zhengzhou: Daxiang Press, 2006.
Paul Jakov Smith, “Family, Landsmann, and Status-Group Affinity in Refugee Mobility Strategies: The Mongol Invasions and the Diaspora of Sichuanese Elites, 1230-1330,” trans. by Yu Manyi, proofreading by Wang Ming, in Zhang Guogang (eds.), Family and Society, Beijing: Tsinghua University Press, 2010.
Name: Zhao Shuguang Gender: Male
Birthday: Aug.1974 Party: Communist Party of China
Birthplace: Xinjiang Nationality: Han
July，1998 Graduated from School of International Studies, Peking University
Jan，2008 Graduated from School of Business, East China of University Of Science and Technology
Dec，2011 Graduated from School of International Relations and Public Affairs, Fudan University
Jan，2012 Being a Post Doctoral Researcher and research associate in Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University
July，2011 Graduated from the seminar of public relations, Chahaer Association, Tsinghua University
Think Tank of the U.S and China’s diplomacy
1."The Change of International Situation and The Reconstruction of World Order"
By Ni Shixiong, Zhao Shuguang
Published in Jilin University Journal Social Sciences Edition, Vol.1, 2010
2."Structural Interaction: A Review of Sino-U.S. Relations in the Past 60 Years"
By Ni Shixiong , Zhao Shuguang
Published in Fudan American Review, Vol.2,, 2010
3."A Historical Sociological Analysis of the Changes in the United States’ Presidential Politics"
By Zhao Shuguang, Zhao Kejin
Published in International Review, the 5th issue, 2011
4."An Exploration of Chinese Methodology on the Study of International Relations Theory"
By Zhao Shuanguang
Pulished in Jiefang Daily, Sep-26-2011
Xie Xide American Research scholarships, Fudan University, 2011
The Second prize of Doctoral Scholarship for Outstanding Students, Fudan University ,2010-2011
The Second prize of Fudan Doctoral Scholarship for Outstanding Students, Fudan University, 2009-2010
Mobile phone: 13321966452
Address: Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University
Lu Zhu, Doctor of Law, Post-doctorate in Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University.
2008.9——2011.6 International Law, Law School, Wuhan University Doctor of Law
2004.9——2006.6 International Law, Law School, Wuhan University Master of Law
1999.9——2003.6 English, School of Foreign Languages, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan) Bachelor of Arts
2006.7——2008.8 Student Counselor, Teacher, China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
2010.2——2010.5 Visiting Scholar, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam Center for International Law
1. An Introduction to the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of Crimes against Internationally Protected Persons, including Diplomatic Agents, People’s Court Daily, March 20, 2006.
2. Research on the Verification Regime of Chemical Weapons Convention, Law Review, Vol. 27, No. 4, 2009.
3. West Research Frontiers of Law of Armed Conflict, Annual Report of Overseas Humanities and Social Sciences 2009, Wuhan University Press, 2010.
4. Jus Post Bellum: Exploring the Frontline, Journal of Nanjing University of Science and Technology (Social Sciences Edition), Vol. 24, No. 1, 2011.
5. Assessment of Legality of Depleted Uranium Munitions in International Law, Journal of Guangxi University (Philosophy and Social Science), Vol. 33, No. 2, 2011, full-text reproduced at International Law, No. 8, 2011, Information Center for Social Sciences, Renmin University of China.
1. International Humanitarian Law under the Perspective of National Military Needs, Key Project of Humanities and Social Sciences Key Research Base, Ministry of Education of People’s Republic of China, finished, member.
2. West Research Frontiers of Law of Armed Conflict 2009, Wuhan University, finished, key member.
3. Restraints of Law of Armed Conflict on Modern High-tech/Local War, Key Project of Humanities and Social Sciences, Hubei Provincial Department of Education, ongoing, key member.
4. West Research Frontiers of Law of Armed Conflict 2011, Wuhan University, finished, key member.
5. Research on Basic Legal Issues of Global Security, Key Project of Humanities and Social Sciences Key Research Base, Ministry of Education of People’s Republic of China, ongoing, member.
Address: Department of International Relations, Tsinghua University
Post Code: 100084