Hao Ping, male, Han nationality was born in 1959, and received a doctorate in International Relations from Beijing University.
He is a member of the 11th CPPCC and currently served as president of the Beijing Foreign Studies University from 2005 to 2009. He is also a professor in the history department of Beijing University.
Professor Hao is the author of three books: "An Unfortunate Ending: John Leighton Stuart and China," 2002, "Sun Yat-Sen's Revolution and the United States," 2000, and "Historical Facts of the Founding of Peking University," 1998. In 2009, he became Vice-Minister of the Ministry of Education. He is now CPC Party Secretary of Beijing University and an alternate member of the 19th CPC Central Committee.
|2017—||Alternate Member, 19th CPC, Central Committee|
|2009—||Secretary, Beijing University CPC, Party Committee Beijing Municipality|
|2009—||Vice-Minister, Ministry of Education|
|2008—||Member, CPPCC, Subcommittee of Foreign Affairs|
|2008—2013||Member, 11th CPPCC, National Committee|
|2005—2009||President, Beijing Foreign Studies University Beijing Municipality|
|2005—||President, Society for International Human Resources Development, Institute of Higher Learning|
|2003—2004||Executive Deputy Trustee, China Higher Education Academy, Study Abroad Educational Administration Branch Beijing Municipality|
|2001—2005||Vice-President, Beijing University Beijing Municipality|
|2000—2000||Senior Visiting Scholar, University of California USA, California, Berkeley|
|1997—2001||Assistant President, Beijing University Beijing Municipality|
|1996—1999||Graduate, Beijing University, School of International Relations Beijing Municipality (Received Doctorate)|
|1996—2001||Director, Beijing University, International Relations Office Beijing Municipality|
|1994—1995||Consultant, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Center for Chinese Studies USA, Hawaii, Honolulu|
|1992—1995||Graduate, University of Hawaii at Manoa, History Department USA, Hawaii, Honolulu (Received Master's Degree)|
|1991—1992||Visiting Scholar, University of Hawaii at Manoa USA, Hawaii, Honolulu|
|1986—1991||Deputy Director, Beijing University, Student Affairs Office Beijing Municipality|
|1982—1986||Assistant to the Executive Vice-President, Beijing University Beijing Municipality|
|1978—1982||Student, Beijing University, History Department Beijing Municipality|