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                1Chairman of the UIC Council
                Professor Xu Jialu

                Prof. Xu Jialu is the former Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Chinese National People's Congress. He graduated from Beijing Normal University in 1959 and remained as staff member and, later, Chairman of the Faculty of Chinese Language until 1987. From 1987-1994 Prof. Xu was Vice-President of Beijing Normal University and a member of the Standing Committee of the Chinese National People's Congress. Subsequently, he was named Chairman of the Working Committee on Language and Linguistics under the NPC and Vice-Chairman of the Standing Committee of NPC. With numerous publications on language and linguistics, Prof. Xu is an authority in the field. In 2005 he was awarded an honorary doctorate by Hong Kong Baptist University.

                President Tang2 1President of UIC
                Professor Tang Tao
                Mathematician, Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences

                Professor Tang Tao obtained his Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics from Peking University in 1984, followed by a PhD in Applied Mathematics from the University of Leeds in 1989. Widely known for his expertise in computational mathematics, high-order methods and adaptive grid methods, Professor Tang belongs to the winner’s circle in mathematics, many times over.

                Among his numerous honours are the Feng Kang Prize for Scientific Computing, First Prize in the Natural Science category of Tertiary Institutions Science and Technology Awards courtesy of China’s Ministry of Education, and Second Prize in the National Natural Science Award.

                He has also been on another honour roll of China’s Ministry of Education as a Changjiang Scholar, and in China’s Thousand Talents Plan. Among his various influential leadership positions, he was proud of having served as President of the Hong Kong Mathematical Society, and as a seasoned editor of numerous peer-reviewed journals.

                Professor Tang’s honours are as international as they are multiple. They include election as a Fellow of the American Mathematical Society and a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM). In 2017 came his crowning glory when he was elected as Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. A year later, he was an invited speaker at the 2018 International Congress of Mathematicians (ICM). Being asked to address the ICM is considered one of the highest honours for a mathematician.

                Long a faculty member at Simon Fraser University, Canada, between 1990 and 1998, he subsequently served at Hong Kong Baptist University from 1998 to 2015, in a variety of key roles, from Head of the Department of Mathematics, Dean of Science, Director of Graduate School, to Associate Vice-President. Before joining UIC, Professor Tang was the Vice-president and Provost at the Southern University of Science and Technology as well as its Chair Professor of Mathematics.
                Present at the creation of the College, as a founding member of the UIC Council, Professor Tang helped guide the fledgling institution to its maturity. It could be said that his history with the College has come full circle, beginning service on its Council at its infancy and culminating in its Presidency when it has reached full-fledged status.

                ProfessorChenZhi 1Vice President (Academic Affairs)
                Professor Chen Zhi

                Prof. Chen is an internationally acclaimed scholar and researcher in Chinese Studies. His diversified interests in Chinese Studies include classical studies and early Chinese culture and history, historical writings, traditional Chinese poetry, excavated documents and paleography: bronze inscriptions and bamboo and silk writings, and intellectual history of the Ming and Qing dynasty.  

                In addition to his remarkable scholarship, Prof. Chen is also an experienced university administrator. Apart from being the Head of Department of Chinese in HKBU between 2010 and 2013, Prof. Chen was Acting Dean of the Faculty of Arts between 2015 and 2017, held the Associate Directorship of Institute of Creativity between 2011 and 2017 as well as the Directorship of Mr. Simon Suen and Mrs. Mary Suen Sino-Human Institute between 2011 and 2014. Between 2012 and 2014, Prof. Chen was appointed Acting Director of Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology and became the Director from 2014 to present.

                zhang cong 20181008Vice President (Students and General Affairs)
                Professor Zhang Cong

                Prof. Zhang is an organic chemist who earned his Ph.D. degree from the University of Berne, Switzerland. He was a professor of the Lanzhou University and Beijing Normal University. Prof. Zhang was also the Director of the Division of Graduate Education and Training at the Graduate School of the Beijing Normal University.

                Professor George Wei2 1Associate Vice President
                Professor George Chuxiong Wei

                Prof. Wei is a historian of international relations, American history and Chinese history. He earned his MA degree in Modern World History from Henan University, Kaifeng, China in 1982 and PhD degree in History from Washington University, St Louis, USA in 1996. Beginning his academic career at the Institute of History, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences in 1983, Prof. Wei taught successively at the University of Toledo, Whitman College and Susquehanna University from 1994 to 2006 and the University of Macau (UM) from 2006 to 2018. He has published 16 single/co-authored or single/co-edited books, in addition to numerous single/co-authored articles or book chapters, in either English or Chinese. Currently, he is responsible for the book series on “East-West Interactions” as editor-in-chief at Brill. He is also in charge of publishing a book series on Chinese history and culture, with a research focus on Asian diplomacy.

                Prof. Wei has a wealth of experience in administration and management, having served as the Chair of the Department of History both at Susquehanna University and at UM, the Chair of the Advisory Committee for the UM Publication Center, the President of the Association of “Chinese Historians in the United States”, as well as advisor for student organizations and member for various committees at several institutions for higher education in both America and China. Devoted to higher education, Prof. Wei is very familiar with the campus cultures of China and the West, and cognizant of the differences between the Chinese and the Western teaching styles and philosophies.

                6Academic Registrar
                Professor Li Jianhui

                Prof. Li Jianhui received his Bachelor’s Degree from Jilin University and MPhil Degree from Beijing Normal University. He was conferred a PhD by Peking University. Prior to joining UIC, Prof. Li was Deputy Director of the Office of Graduate Training of the Graduate School and has served as Vice Dean of the College of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University for two years. Since 1996, Professor Li has been invited as visiting scholar to the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Harvard University, the University of California Berkeley, the University of Oxford, Needham Research Institute of Cambridge and Utrecht University.

                Prof. Li’s research is in the area of philosophy of cognitive science, philosophy of mind, philosophy of biology, and social studies of science. His research was supported by the National Social Science Foundation as major programme, key programme, and general programme, respectively. He published over 8 books and more than 60 papers. Two books were awarded as excellent achievements of Beijing Philosophy and Social Science Award, and another book was awarded as excellent achievement of University Research Award of Ministry of Education (Humanity and Social Science).

                Managing Director for Finance and Administration
                Mr Nelson Chan7

                Mr Nelson Chan completed his Higher Diploma in Accountancy at HK Polytechnic in 1977. After graduation, he worked in KPMG Peat Marwick and then the Asia Headquarter of Reader's Digest for a total of 27 years until 2004, rising to the rank of Regional CFO for the latter's Asian operations. Since 2004, he has been a business and financial consultant providing services to joint venture deals in China, business mergers, US reporting and IPO, etc. When time permitted, Nelson also lectured in universities in a number of cities in China and participated in mentoring programmes for accountancy students in Hong Kong.

                Nelson is a fellow member of the HK Institution of Certified Public Accountants and also a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants in UK.

                8Dean, Division of Business and Management
                Professor Stella Cho

                Prof. Stella Cho is a reputable accounting academic. She holds a Ph.D. degree from the University of Hong Kong. Prof. Cho is a Certified Public Accountant, a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Taxation Institute of Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Security Institute, and the Society of Chinese Accountants and Auditors, and a member of  the Hong Kong Business Accountants Association, as well as an honorary member of Hong Kong Institute of Accredited Accounting Technicians. Prof. Cho taught at Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) for many years. She has teaching and research interest in taxation, accounting and corporate governance. Prof. Cho has published books and research papers widely in internationally referred journals. She was a member of the editorial board of the Asia Pacific Journal of Taxation.

                Prof. Cho is renowned for her contribution in the accounting profession in Hong Kong. Notably, she was elected as the first woman Council member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA) in 1997, and served as a Council member of the HKICPA for ten terms. She was the President of HKIAAT for three terms. In addition, Prof. Cho was elected as a member of the Election Committee (Accountancy Sub-sector) of the Hong Kong SAR in 2000, 2006 and 2011 respectively. She has also been serving on a number of government committees and training boards. In 2016, she was appointed as a member of the Advisory Board of Accounting Standards for Business Enterprises of the Ministry of Finance, P.R.C. In 2017, Prof. Cho was appointed as the Vice President of Accounting Society of Zhuhai. She was elected as a member of the the 4th Council for the Promotion of Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Cooperation in 2018.


                Dean, Division of Humanities and Social Sciences
                Professor Mei-hwa Sung

                A literary scholar and seasoned educator, Prof. Sung has achieved a laudable record of teaching, research and administration at National Taiwan University and Tamkang University. Recipient of the Harvard-Yenching Doctoral Fellowship, she obtained her PhD degree in English from Brown University. During her 36 years of service at universities in Taiwan, she has held a number of key academic positions in addition to teaching and research. At NTU, she served as Director of the Graduate Institute of Foreign Languages and Literatures, Chairperson of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures, and Director of the Center for International Academic Exchange. At Tamkang University, she held the office of Dean of Foreign Languages and Literatures.  She also served as Director of the Research Program Office at the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange.

                10Dean, Division of Science and Technology
                Professor Stephen S.M. Chung

                A biologist by training, Prof. Chung is well regarded for his work in the research of diabetes and its complications. He was among the first in the world to use transgenic and gene knockout mice to investigate the mechanism of diabetic complication.

                Prof. Stephen S.M. Chung obtained his BS Degree from the University of Oregon (Eugene) and his PhD Degree from University of California (Berkeley).  Before returning to Hong Kong in 1991, Prof. Chung received postdoctoral training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and taught at the University of Illinois Medical School in Chicago. In Hong Kong, he was affiliated with the University of Hong Kong, first as Principal Investigator at the Institute of Molecular Biology exploring the wider adaptation of molecular biology as a research tool in medicine, and later as a professor at the Department of Physiology. He was appointed Professor of Physiology, University of Hong Kong, in 2005, and Adjunct Professor of Tsinghua University Graduate School at Shenzhen in 2010. His contributions in the field included a list of publications in influential journals such as Cell, PNAS (USA), FASEB J., J. of Biological Chemistry, Diabetes, etc.  

                201809 ProfessorBrianClarke 1Dean, Division of Culture and Creativity
                Professor Brian Clarke

                Professor Brian Clarke is a chemist by training, acquiring his PhD from University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK in 1976 and became a Chartered Chemist and Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry in 1994. He was engaged in both teaching and administration as a member of the senior management in different Higher Education Institutes in UK since the mid-70s, spending over eight years in the different campuses of University of Wales. Professor Clarke has also attained educational experience in Asia; he was Head of Faculty of Applied Science, Hong Kong Institute of Higher Education of the Vocational Training Council between 1995 and 1997 and as Vice President of International University Malaya – Wales between 2013 and 2015.

                Music is the major interest of Professor Clarke. Despite a busy schedule, Prof. Clarke has been fortunate to maintain a varied and rich musical career as both player and conductor, working with artists as diverse as Bryn Terfel, Wynne Evans, Shirley Bassey, Michael Ball, Hayley Westenra, Peter Karrie and of course Karl Jenkins. His credits include principal cellist with the Chamber Orchestra of Wales and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta; musical director of C?r Penclawdd and the Hong Kong Welsh Male Voice Choir.

                12Assistant to President, Director of Institutional Development Office
                Ms Lilian Li

                Ms Lilian Li graduated from the Central Conservatory of Music in China and the Whitecliffe College of Arts and Design in New Zealand, and got her dual Master's Degrees in Western Music Theory and Art Management. 

                She used to work for the Chinese National Academy of Arts and Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra. In 1998, she established a piano school in Zhuhai and has developed it into a famous local piano training organization. 

                In 2010, Lilian achieved recognition as a Prominent Educational Worker by the Zhuhai Municipal Government, and was elected as the Chair of Zhuhai Female Intellectuals Association in 2013.

                Assistant to President, Head of President and College Office, Administration Director of Graduate School
                Ms Ashura Lam

                After obtaining her Bachelor of Social Science (Hons) degree from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Ms Ashura Lam furthered her studies and fields of research across multiple disciplines. She was awarded a Juris Doctor degree as well as a Master of Science in New Media by The Chinese University of Hong Kong, in addition to becoming a Master of Arts in Language Studies at Hong Kong Baptist University.

                Ms Lam possesses over 20 years of experience in administration and committee servicing in universities of Hong Kong and Mainland China. Before assuming her current responsibilities, she served as the Director of UIC's Academic and Administrative Quality Assurance Office and Assistant to Vice-President (Academic).