He is the president of Writers Association of Shandong Province, the head of Wan Songpu College and the honorary president of Faculty of Arts, Liaocheng University. He has published works of more than 13 million words, which have been translated to such languages as English, Japanese, French, Korean, German and Swedish, and has more than 400 offprints published home and abroad.
Dr. Zhang Qianyi, former Head of PLA General Political Department Song and Dance Ensemble, well-renowned Chinese composer, former member of the 9th, 10th and 11th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Zeng Zaozhuang, professor at the Institute of Classical Literature Studies of Sichuan University, vice president of the Su Shi Research Society, editor-in-chief of Quan Song Wen (Complete Literature Works of Song Dynasty) and Chinese Encyclopedia: Literature of Song, Liao, Jin and Yuan Dynasties.
Zhang Hongguang is a famous composer and music educator in contemporary China, professor and master’s supervisor at the Beijing Film Academy, and Head of China Film Music Institute.
Zhu Shirui graduated from the Composition Department of the Sichuan Conservatory of Music in 1983 and obtained a master's degree of composition in the Central Conservatory of Music where he stayed as a teacher upon graduation.
Zhang Bo, a cultural tourism expert, a disseminator of traditional culture and a promoter of the education for international understanding, admires Sima Qian (c. 145 – c. 86 BC), the great historian of the Western Han Dynasty and Su Shi (1037 – 1101), the eminent Chinese literator and poet of the Song Dynasty. A seasoned traveler who has been to more than 40 countries, Zhang Bo deeply appreciate the profoundness and splendor of Chinese civilization.
Zhou Songfang, doctor of literature, scholar of literature and history and columnist, has published such academic works as A Proud Master of Literature: A Study of Liu Ji and Tang Xianzu’s Travel to Lingnan: How It Influenced the Writing of The Peony Pavilion (of which the article “Liu Mengmei: a gifted scholar in Lingnan” won the second prize of the 31st Tian Han Drama Awards).
Zhang Zhao is one of the most active contemporary Chinese composers and a professor at the School of Music of Minzu University of China who has been composing for the German music publisher Schott.
Zhou Guangren, member of the Communist Party of China, is one of the most influential Chinese pianist and educator in the international music scene.
He is the director of the editorial board and the International Academic Committee of Translation of Library of China’s Modern and Contemporary Cultural Classics. Born in 1965 in Beijing, he graduated from the Chinese Department, Peking University, in 1986.