The Chevening Programme is organised jointly by the LSE, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office, the Embassy of the UK in Beijing, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Peoples Republic of China.
Current Chevening Fellows
Zhou Guohui is the current Chevening Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. He is the Division Director for Southern African Affairs in the African Bureau of the Central Committee's International Department.
Liu Tao is the current Chevening Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. He is the Deputy Director (First Secretary) at the Office of the Secretariat of the Chinese Follow-up Committee of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation in the Africa Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in China.
Previous Chevening Fellows
Yu Hailing is a former Chevening Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. She is a Division Director with the International Department of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China.
Zhao Xuelan is a former Chevening Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. She is the Deputy Director of the Policy Articulation Division, Department of Policy Planning, at the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Liu Dong is a former Chevening Visiting Fellow at LSE IDEAS. He is a teacher at the Central Party School, and deputy director of the department of World Economy at the Institute of International Strategic Studies.
Dr Li Fan was the Chevening visiting fellow at LSE IDEAS. Dr Li is the Deputy Director of the Department of Policy Planning at the Minsitry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.
Dr Xu Zhaoyang is the Division Director, Director of International Press Center at the Information Department for the ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China.
Mr Guo XueJun has extensive experience in multilateral summit diplomacy. His research at IDEAS focused on the prospects for the G20.
Mr Ouyang Huifeng has worked for the Chinese foreign ministry since 1991, and used his time at IDEAS to research the 'Triangular Relationship' between the US, China and the EU.
Mr Xu Jian spent his time at IDEAS researching the sources, role and uses of Chinese soft power.
Mr Ouyang Zhibing spent eight years in the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs before coming to IDEAS.