Our long history in China means that we have a strong and active alumni network with over 1600 registered alumni. Alumni are located across China, particularly in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai.

Alumni Committee

The network is headed up by a committee of alumni volunteers who are active in organising events, creating networking opportunities and engage in recruitment activities for prospective students.

Members of the Beijing Alumni Committee with Candy Han, China Office Manager


Pan Deng (International Journalism MA, 2006)

Pan Deng joined CCTV-News, China's only 24/7 English TV Channel in 2006. Before going behind the studio desk in 2009, he reported a wide range of news events and issues, including the Beijing Olympics, the massive Wenchuan earthquake, and China's first spacewalk. He's the winner of Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union's TV Award on Promoting the Prevention of HIV/AIDS for his groundbreaking report on China's efforts in fighting HIV/AIDS among drug addicts.

Pan Deng got his Bachelor's degree from the Communication University of China. He then got his first Master's degree in journalism from the University of Westminster in the UK and his second Master's degree in international relations from Peking University.

Pan Deng is a vinyl records collector and photographer in his spare time.

Committee members

Wen Li (Interpreting MA, 2013)

Dory Zou (Communication, 2011)

Alumni Advisor

Leo Yang (MBA, 2004)

Upcoming events

Please check back soon for more information.

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A message to all recent graduates:

There are two reasons for me to volunteer for UOW’s alumni work in China. First and foremost, when I arrived in London 10 years ago as an undergraduate from China, I got all the help I needed from volunteers since the very first day of my campus life in Harrow. Second, volunteering is an ideal way to stay connected to my alma mater. Meeting alumni old and new is always exciting. The constant communication can also be thought-provoking when it comes to in-depth discussions on industry-related subjects.

We look forward to meeting you all at our events and welcome you to be a part of our ever-growing community.

- Pan Deng – President of the Beijing Alumni Committee