Hao Ping

Dr. Hao Ping (Chinese: 郝平; pinyin: Hǎo Píng; born 1959 in Shandong) is a Chinese politician and historian currently serving as Communist Party Secretary of Peking University. He formerly served as Vice Minister of Education.[1]

Hao Ping
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Hao Ping in 2017.
President of Peking University
Assumed office
23 October 2018
Preceded byLin Jianhua
Communist Party Secretary of Peking University
In office
December 2016 – October 2018
Preceded byZhu Shanlu
Succeeded byQiu Shuiping
President of Beijing Foreign Studies University
In office
June 2005 – September 2010
Preceded byChen Naifang
Succeeded byChen Yulu
Personal details
BornSeptember 1959 (age 61)
Qingdao, Shandong, China
Political partyCommunist Party of China
Alma materPeking University
University of Hawaii
OccupationEducator, historian

He is a full professor of Peking University (PKU) with a Ph.D. in International Relations.[2]

Education and CareerEdit

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 University

1991-1992 Visiting Scholar, Center for Chinese Studies, University of Hawaii, USA

1992-1995 Postgraduate studies (M.A. in History), University of Hawaii[3]

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), Peking University

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

Dr. Hao Ping is a Deputy to the National Committee of the 11th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.

Source [4]


  • 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, 2011).
  • Hao Ping, Sun Yat-sen and America (Foreign Language Teaching & Research Press, 2012).
  • Hao Ping, Peking University and the Origins of Higher Education in China ([Peking University Press, 2nd ed., 2008] Bridge21 Publications, 2013).


  1. ^ Garvey, Michael O. (April 9, 2013). "Honorable Hao Ping, China's vice minister for education, leads delegation to Notre Dame". Notre Dame News. Retrieved 14 September 2013.
  2. ^ "China Vitae". China Vitae. Retrieved 29 May 2013.
  3. ^ "Hao Ping: Chinese education vice minister". Malamalama. University of Hawaii. September 13, 2011. Retrieved 14 September 2013.
  4. ^ http://www.chinavitae.com/biography/2841
Educational offices
Preceded by
Chen Naifang (陈乃芳)
President of Beijing Foreign Studies University
Succeeded by
Chen Yulu
Preceded by
Lin Jianhua
President of Peking University
Party political offices
Preceded by
Zhu Shanlu
Communist Party Secretary of Peking University
Qiu Shuiping (邱水平)