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Li Pengyi

Job TitlePresident

Company NameChina Education Publishing & Media Group

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Li Pengyi is President of the China Education Publishing & Media Group (China Education). He majored in English at the Beijing Foreign Studies University from 1977 to 1980. Upon his graduation with a bachelor’s degree, Li joined the Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press (FLTRP) to work as an editor. From 1988 to 1989 he studied linguistics and earned his master’s degree at the University of Leeds. Back at FLTRP, Li consecutively served as Editorial Director, Vice President, Executive Vice President, and President in 1993. In June 2005, he was promoted as Vice President of the Beijing Foreign Studies University and concurrently held the position as President of FLTRP. In 2006 Li was awarded an Honorary Doctorate in publishing by Oxford Brookes University. He was appointed Vice President of the China Publishing Group in March 2007, President of the Higher Education Press in December 2009, President of China Education in December 2010.


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