Fan Lisong, a member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), is currently secretary of the general Party branch and director of the residential committee of Guoyuan community in Huaishang district, Bengbu city, Anhui province. From September 2013 to July 2015, he studied Administrative Management at the Bengbu branch of Anhui Radio and TV University (Anhui RTVU).
Zhao Xingming is currently working for Tongliang District TV, Chongqing, as Art Department director. From September 2015 to July 2017, he studied Chinese Language and Literature for a Bachelor’s degree at the Open University of China (OUC).
Li Wanjun, a member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), is a senior technician and chief operations expert. He began work in the now-defunct Changchun Bus Factory in August 1987, and soon became expert at welding. He won a national welder-skills competition in 2005, came first in a Changchun-based competition in 1997, 2003 and 2007, and was named“a welding master of high-speed rail” in 2011.
Zhang Yuzhu, a native of Xuanwei City, Yunnan Province, graduated with a degree in Agriculture from Yunnan Radio and TV University (Yunnan RTVU) in 2006. She is now the legal representative and general manager of Xuanwei Huifeng Edible Fungi Development, legal representative of Xuanwei Huifeng Edible Fungi Cooperative, and a representative to the Qujing Association for Science and Technology.
On 25 June 2019, the first learning workshop for outstanding young teacher candidates at the Open University of China (OUC) officially launched at Weishanzhuang Conference Centre, kicking off a three-year research and learning programme for training outstanding young teachers.
According to the Constitution of the Academic Committee of the Open University of China (OUC), the Economics Sub-committee of the Second OUC Academic Committee held its first plenary session of 2019 in Xi'an from 18 to 19 June, with the goal of strengthening the construction of the Economics Sub-committee and promoting the development of the Economics discipline and majors.
Yu Hongmei, a member of the Communist Party of China, was born poor, with a paralysed father and two younger sisters. At 20, she took her father and sisters to live with her and her new husband, a poor man whose mother was suffering from mental illness, in a neighboring village.