Committee Board
Consist of Dedicated members from different majors and backgrounds, the committee board of Penn Wharton China Summit, along with their team members, strives to host a phenomenal event this year.

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Xingyi Wang
Co-chair of Penn Wharton China Summit, Founder, Head of Outreach Committee
Xingyi Wang is now a junior at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. She comes from Shanghai, China and came to the United States when she was in high school. She is honored to hold this fabulous event that promotes U.S.-China communication with such an enthusiastic team. She wishes that elite students who studied abroad could have a more profound understanding on various professional fields in China through this event. She had an academic interest in business, mathematics and astronomy. But her passion also lies in theater, music and other performing arts. She is enthusiastic about unknowns and challenges. She wants to travel to more places and wishes to experience humanistic sensibility in different cultural contexts.
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Eric Tse
Co-chair of Penn Wharton China Summit, Founder, Head of Outreach Committee
Eric Tse is a junior at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. He was born in the U.S, but he went to primary school in Beijing and finished his secondary- and high school education in Hong Kong. And now he is studying in the U.S. As a global citizen who has studied in four different places, he was exposed to and had profound understandings on different cultures. Furthermore, the diverse cultures and experience had become an indispensable part of him. He was born and raised in a happy family. As an enthusiastic student with cheerful personality, he developed an immense interest in political science and economics. While he was studying at Wharton, He became determined to make contributions to U.S-China relationship and founded the PWCS. He wishes that the summit could become a source of inspiration for future talents, a tie that connects elite students from both countries, and a site that cultivates friendship between communities and individuals from both countries. Also, he firmly believes that the guests would bring inspirations as well as food for thoughts for students from both countries. Eric is so grateful to his team. Although they encountered many problems and barriers, Eric and his team did not shrink from all the difficulties. Instead, they diligently worked together with great spirit and determination. Eric thinks that aspiration and hard work are the keys to success in any commitment.
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Xiaojun Liang
Director of Penn Wharton China Summit Operation committee
Xiaojun is currently a 5th year PhD student in University of Pennsylvania, majoring in mechanical engineering and applied mechanics. He obtained his bachelor degree from Tsinghua University at 2012. Besides academy and scientific research, he likes sport, music and photography. He is extremely enthusiastic at student group activities. He was the president of Chinese Student and Scholar Association at Penn from 2014-2015. He wishes to obtain more experiences, build comprehensive abilities, and get to know the key points between China and the U.S in the future, from the work in PWCS. He feels grateful to his colleagues in the group of PWCS, and is definitely convinced that the experience in PWCS would become a very valuable treasure in his life.
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Yijing Liu
Director of Penn Wharton China Summit Internal Committee
Yijing is a sophomore studying PPE (Politics, Philosophy and Economics) in college. What makes her bittersweet is not limited to jalapeno pepper in the spicy food from Hunan but also novels of Higashino Keigo. Although she firmly believes that her main academic interest lies in humanities and social science, her intended major is as capricious as the weather in the January Philadelphia, having switched from History to East Asian Studies to Political Science so far. Raised up in the youngest city of China, she absorbs its distinctive romantic temperament. Likewise, the oriental cast of mind is undoubtedly built into her personality after she spent the first fifteen years of her life in China.