Hao Ping (Chinese: 郝平; born 1959 in Shandong) is a Chinese
politician currently serving as Communist Party Secretary of Peking
University (Beida). He has also served as Vice Minister of
He is a full professor of
Peking University (PKU) with a Ph.D. in
Education and Career
1978-1982 Undergraduate studies (B.A. in History), Peking University
1982-1986 Staff member in office of the President, Peking University
1986-1991 Deputy Director, Office of Student Affairs, Peking
1991-1992 Visiting Scholar, East-West Centre, USA
1992-1995 Postgraduate studies (M.A. in History), University of
1995-2001 Concurrently served as Director of Office of International
Programs, Assistant President of PKU (1997.04), Deputy
Secretary-General of PKU Education Foundation (1998.09), and Executive
Member of the CPC Standing Committee of PKU (1999.02)
1995-1999 Doctoral studies (Ph.D. in International Relations),
2001-2005 Vice President of
Peking University and Executive Member
of the CPC Standing Committee of PKU
2005-2009 President, Beijing Foreign Studies University
2009- Vice Minister of Education, Executive Member of the CPC
Leading Group of Ministry of Education, Director of Chinese National
Commission for UNESCO
Hao Ping is a Deputy to the National Committee of the 11th Chinese
People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Hao Ping, 无奈的结局 : 司徒雷登与中国 [An Unfortunate
Ending: John Leighton Stuart and China]. (
Peking University Press,
Hao Ping, Sun Yat-sen and America (
University of Hawaii
University of Hawaii Press, 2012).
Peking University and the Origins of Higher Education in
Peking University Press, 2nd ed., 2008] Bridge21 Publications,
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Party political offices
Communist Party Secretary of Peking University