Former Ambassador of the People’s Republic of China to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Fu Ying started her career with China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) in 1978 and had long engaged in Asian affairs. She served successively as Director of Division and Counselor in Asian Affairs Department of MFA. In 1992 She joined UN peacekeeping mission in Cambodia. She was appointed Minister Counselor at Chinese Embassy in Indonesia in 1997, Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines in 1998, and Director General of Asian Department of MFA in 2000. She then was appointed Ambassador to Australia (2004-2007), and Ambassador to the United Kingdom (2007-2009). She served as Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs for European Affairs and then for Asian Affairs (2009-2013). Fu Ying was elected deputy to China’s 12th （2013）and then 13th (2018) National People’s Congress (NPC). She was the Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee and spokesperson of the 12th NPC (2013-2018). She was the Vice-Chairperson of the Foreign Affairs Committee of China’s 13th NPC (2018-2023). Fu Ying is also the Founding Chair of Center for International Security and Strategy (CISS).
Seeking Common Ground in a World of Rivalry
Seeking common ground in a world of rivalry