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Born in Fengjie County, Chongqing, he has obtained a bachelor's degree in law, a master's degree in law, and a doctorate in law from the School of Administration of Jilin University. He is currently the Deputy Director of the Political Research Institute of the Taiwan Research Institute of Xiamen University, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Social Platform for the Cross-Strait Relations Peaceful Development Collaborative Innovation Center.
Born in Xiaoxian, Anhui, he received bachelor, master, and doctorate degrees from Anhui Normal University, Taiwan Research Institute of Xiamen University, and Renmin University of China. He is currently the Deputy Director and Associate Professor of the Taiwan-Hong Kong-Macao Law Institute of Taiwan Research Institute of Beijing Union University. He is mainly engaged in the research of political parties and cross-strait relations in Taiwan. He has published three academic works including "Research on the Structure and Behavior of the DPP", "Research on the Structure and Changes of the DPP Power", and "Democratization and Political Changes in Taiwan". He has published more than 30 academic papers such as "Conceptual Analysis of" Taiwan's Subjective Consciousness "", "DPP Issues from the Perspective of Servantism", and published more than 300 reviews of current affairs related to Taiwan.
Associate researcher of the Taiwan Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; PhD; Research expertise: Taiwan politics and cross-strait relations. He has published many papers in journals such as "Taiwan Studies" and participated in many books.
Chen Xiaoxiao, Fuding, Fujian, Lecturer, School of Marxism, Jimei University, Candidate for the Fujian Provincial Cross-Strait Peaceful Reunification Promotion Association, Candidate for the Xiamen Economic Development Research Association, Xiamen Satellite TV "Direct Cross-Strait Navigation", China Huayi Broadcasting Station Time Rating "Across the Straits", a review expert on the Chinese-language TV talk show "Eight Side Talks" in the San Francisco Bay Area, "Global Times", "Russia Today", "China Taiwan Net", "Huaguang Net", Hong Kong China Review Network Contributing commentator of Taiwan Wangwang.
Chen Lili, female, Han nationality, native of Nan'an, Fujian Province. She is currently the executive dean (chief expert) of a pro-research institute on both sides of Fujian South Normal University, a new type of think tank for Fujian universities. Faculty professor, master tutor of Marxism School.
Huarong, Hunan, was born in 1972. Bachelor of Law, Master of Economics. Has long been engaged in Taiwan research. He has published many articles in the theoretical editions of People's Daily, Taiwan Studies, and China Review (Hong Kong), and some articles have been reproduced in full by Xinhua Digest. The "DPP's Mainland Policy Research" was published separately on both sides of the strait.
Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, School of Public Management, Zhejiang University, and Adjunct Researcher at the Taiwan Affairs Research Center of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council. He graduated from the School of International Relations, Renmin University of China in June 2008 with a doctorate degree. Visited from April 2013 to April 2014 at the University of Kiel, Germany. His main research directions are cross-strait political relations and US policy toward Taiwan.
Liu Ying, deputy director and associate researcher of the Economic Research Office of the Taiwan Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Master of Economics, Doctor of Laws. Engaged in cross-strait economic relations research for more than ten years, published a number of academic papers and commentary articles, participated in major projects of the National Social Science Fund, and participated in several projects commissioned by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, the Ministry of Commerce, and the Central Propaganda Department. There is some research on Asia-Pacific regional economic cooperation.
Born in Jiaozuo, Henan, he was born in 1986 and studied management and international relations at Henan University and Foreign Affairs College. He was a Fulbright exchange scholar at Columbia University and obtained a doctorate degree in law. He is now an assistant researcher at the Taiwan Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. His current research interests include Taiwan ’s pan-green camp politics, cross-strait relations, Taiwan ’s foreign relations, and asymmetric conflicts in international relations, normative research, and the South China Sea issue.
Born in 1978, graduate student and PhD in Taiwan Institute of Xiamen University. Lecturer at Zhejiang University City College and Zhejiang University Taiwan Institute. Research expertise: cross-strait relations, Taiwan issue, modern history of China. He has presided over a number of Taiwan-related topics, published more than ten academic papers, and commented on many political theories.
Assistant Researcher of Taiwan Institute of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Ph.D. of Beijing Normal University. He is mainly engaged in the study of the Taiwan issue. His research interests include cross-strait relations, Taiwan's foreign relations, and the impact of new media on Taiwan's politics. He has published papers in "Taiwan Studies" and other publications, and was reprinted in full by the National People's Congress. He has commented on nearly a hundred articles in Taiwan-related publications such as World Knowledge, Cross-Strait Relations, and major professional Taiwan-related websites.
Wang Jianmin, born in 1960 in Yao County, Shaanxi. Sun Yat-sen University Bachelor of Economics, Master of Laws (Sociology). He has been a researcher in the Taiwan Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences since 1986. Visiting professor of the Taiwan Research Institute of Beijing Union University, director of the China-Africa Development Exchange Association. Published "Encyclopedia of Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Investment", "Where Taiwan Goes", "Strait Monsoon-Perspective of Cross-Strait Relations under a Polygonal Mirror", "Taiwan Politics and Businessmen Family", "Plastic Overlord-Wang Yongqing", "Taiwan Military Power", " "Golden Politics in Taiwan", "Geography of Taiwan Province", "Inside the Underworld in Taiwan", "Taiwan Local Factions and Power Structure", "Research on the DPP's Political and Commercial Relations", "Inside the Kuomintang's Downfall", etc. Published more than 300 academic papers and important review articles.
Wang Heting, a native of Henan Mall, received his bachelor's, master's, and doctorate degrees from Henan Normal University, Suzhou University, and Xiamen University. He has performed post-doctoral research at the Center for Cross-Strait Relations and Peaceful Development Collaborative Innovation. Now he is the School of Political and Public Management of Henan Normal University. Associate Professor. Mainly engaged in cross-strait relations, Taiwan-related laws, etc., presided over the National Social Science Fund "Pathways and Models to Promote the Peaceful Reunification of the Motherland," participated in a number of major and key projects of the National Social Science Fund, and hosted a special Taiwan-related project of the Chinese Law Society. He has published a number of papers in academic journals such as Taiwan Studies Collection, Taiwan Studies, Modern Taiwan Studies, and Taiwan Strait Studies, and has also published many time reviews in mainland and Hong Kong and Macao media.
He graduated from National Chengchi University in Taiwan in 1977, and later received a master's degree in business administration from Indiana University, and a doctorate in public affairs from Indiana University. Mainly engaged in the judgment and decision analysis of public affairs subject areas such as economic development, environmental protection, local government and civic culture. Currently serves as the Chairman of the South Taiwan Industry-Academia Union, a permanent hired professor at the Institute of Public Affairs Management of Sun Yat-sen University in Taiwan, the Dean of the South School of the Sun Wen College of the Kuomintang National Development Institute, the Chairman of the Chinese Institute of Public Affairs Management, and the Secretary-General of the Chinese Industry-University Association Chairman of Pingtan Promotion Association. He has participated in seminars held in various fields across the Taiwan Straits, published more than 70 journal articles, and published 13 books including Environmental Protection and Management, Decision Making and Public Affairs, Public Value and Cross-Government Governance.
Xu Xiaoquan, Xintai of Shandong, Ph.D. in Political Science from Tsinghua University, Assistant Researcher of Taiwan Institute of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Main research directions: Chinese government and politics, Taiwan issue. Participated in the field survey and evaluation of the Guangdong Group (Shunde, Zhongshan) of the "6th China Local Government Innovation Award", and the Guangdong Social Work Committee "the first batch of social innovation observation projects" of the Guangdong Group (Zhuhai, Foshan, Qingyuan, Heyuan, Meizhou , Jieyang, Shantou) third-party assessment activities. During his Ph.D. studies, he has been in the "Research on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics", "Journal of China Agricultural University (Social Science Edition)" "China Reform", "Social Science News" and other publications have published dozens of academic and theoretical articles, and published more than one hundred Taiwan-related research and review articles in Taiwan-related journals and websites.
Grim, Master of International Politics and Civil Law, Doctor of International Law. He is currently the Deputy Secretary-General and Researcher of the National Research Association, a director of the China Law Society Cross-Straits Legal Issues Research Association, and a director of the Ministry of Commerce Cross-Straits Economic and Trade Exchange Association.
Director of Xiamen Taiwan Society, researcher of Xiamen Traditional Chinese Culture Research Association, producer of "New News Across Taiwan Strait" and "New News Across Taiwan Strait", Xiamen Satellite TV
He is an assistant researcher at the Taiwan Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a PhD from Peking University, a postdoctoral fellow from Capital Normal University, visiting scholars from the University of Hong Kong, the University of Oregon, and Johns Hopkins University. He is mainly engaged in the study of Taiwan issues. He has published many monographs and translations in People's Publishing House, Renmin University of China Press, and Capital Normal University Press. In Academic Monthly, Taiwan Studies, China Review (Hong Kong) He has published many papers in other publications, and some of them have been reprinted in full by the National People's Congress.
Ph.D., Deputy Director, Scientific Research Division, Taiwan Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. He has published more than 100 papers and reviews in leading domestic newspapers and magazines such as Taiwan Studies, American Studies, People's Daily, and China Daily.