LI Ping

Li Ping, born in Guangdong province, is a professor of Ethical Philosophy. She is a member of the Committee on Social Science, the Ministry of Education, a project evaluation expert for Ministry of Education, Vice-Chairman of the Guangdong Social Sciences Association, and Chairman of the Guangdong Council of Ethics. Li Ping graduated from high school in 1975, and the same year she was sent to the countryside and was Vice-Director of her farm. She was admitted to the Philosophy Department of Sun Yat-Sen University in 1978, later graduated in 1982 and served at many divisions is Sun Yat-Sen University. In 1987, she was promoted to lecturer, Vice-Professor in 1992 and Professor in 1995. During the years of 1985 to 1986, Li Ping studied in the Philosophy Department at Peking University. She got a Master’s Degree of Ethnics after three years’ study at Renmin University and received a Ph. D in Philosophy in 1997. During 2003 and 2004, under the invitation of the Harvard-Yenching Institute, Li Ping did research at Harvard University as a senior visiting scholar. Li Ping’s major research fields include moral education, comparative ethics, and bioethics, and comparisons between ideological and moral education.