The Council

Dr. Jianzhong WU)
Dr. Jianzhong WU
University Librarian
University of Macau

University Librarian, University of Macau Library. Dr. Wu Jianzhong earned his M.A. at East China Normal University in 1982 and Ph. D. at University of Wales in 1992. In 2002-2016, he was director of Shanghai Library and in 2016-2017, became city counsellor of Shanghai. Dr. Wu’s social positions include: vice Chairman of the China Society for Library Science and Chief of the society’s Professional Committee; Standing Committee member of the Library Building and Equipment Section of International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA).

Dr. Wu was a member of the Governing Board of the IFLA (2001-2005) and chief designer of the Shanghai World Expo for Theme Development. He has written various works such as Library of the 21st Century; World Expo and Theme Development; Ubiquitous Library: Transitions and Transcendence; City for the People: The Expo and Urban Development; and Knowledge is Fluid. He has also published a number of essays and articles.

Prof. He Wenping
Vice Chair
University Librarian
Sun Yat-sen University

He Wenping is a professor at the Department of History, Sun Yat-Sen University. In 2002, he graduated from the Department of History of Sun Yat-Sen University with a Ph.D. In 2004, he was hired to teach at the Department of History, Sun Yat-sen University. In June 2006, he was appointed as an associate professor, and in December 2011, he was appointed as a professor. Main research fields: Chinese modern social and economic history, Chinese modern military history, regional social history, oral history.

Mr Benjamin MEUNIER
Vice Chair
University Librarian
The Chinese University of Hong Kong

I am responsible for providing leadership to the staff and university community on CUHK Library’s future direction to provide excellent service to our students and researchers, both in our physical spaces and through digital services. I am also responsible for developing collaborative relationships with major stakeholders, strengthening the collections of the library and facilitating the transition to an open scholarship culture at CUHK.