He Weiwen, Senior fellow, Center for China and Globalization (CCG); Executive Council member, China Association of International Trade; Executive Council Member, China Society of WTO Studies; Fellow of China Foundation for International Studies (CFIS); Vice chairman, Global Alliance of SMEs.
In the 1970s and 1980s, He Weiwen used to be assistant research fellow at the Research Institute of International Trade (now CAITEC, MOFCOM), temporary employee of UN European Office, secretary general of China International Economic Information Center and its European representative (Cologne, Germany). In 1990s and 2000s, deputy editor-in-chief of International Business Daily, Economic and Commercial Counselor at Chinese Consulates General in San Francisco and New York.
He was invited to WEF Davos Annual Meeting in Jan-Feb. 1996 as the only Chinese media leader and table discussion leader. During his service in the US, he delivered 70 speeches at US Universities, business conferences and seminars, including those at Harvard Univ., Columbia Univ. NYU, UC Berkeley, UC Davis, George Washington Univ. and American business conferences. He was awarded accreditation by Mayor of San Francisco and Mayor of Cleveland for his contribution to China-US business, and life achievement award by China Sci-Tech Association in America. He has also given speeches in over 50 Chinese cities and over 20 cities in Europe, North America and Asia on hot issues covering global, regional economy and China’s bilateral/multilateral trade relations and policies. He is the author of Chamber of Commerce, Across the Pacific, Succeed in America and New Mediocre, New Contemplation, and over 300 articles.
He Weiwen is bachelor of Foreign Trade Economics, UIBE; and obtained certificate training at Harvard Business School. He is also an expert at the Information Office of the State Council.