Welcome to China Public Relations Association (CIPRA).
In early 1980s, modern PR theories and practice were introduced into China with the policy of reform and opening up.A group of pioneers devoted themselves in PR concept promoting,theories study and practice, meanwhile PR professional organizations and corporations were set up one after another. With the call of PR sector, China International Public Relations Association (CIPRA) was established in April 1991 in Beijing.
CIPRA is a national organization with body corporate position, and it is engaged in the PR theories study & practices, promoting the professionalization, specialization,and standardization of China PR industry; developing public diplomacy and opening up broad channels for foreign exchange and cooperation, and providing consulting services for organizations both at home and abroad, so as to serve for the policy of reform and opening up to the outside & Chinese economic development.
In the past twenty-three years, lots of top enterprises both local and multinational as well as PR professional corporations become CIPRA’s corporate members. Many senior PR practitioners, experts and scholars join CIPRA as individual members. China Golden Awards for Excellence in Public Relations, China University Students PR contest, China International PR Congress, China PR Carnival, China PR Industry Annual Survey Report, PR lectures and training programme, and other professional exchange activities are services by CIPRA to China PR ﬁeld. For fostering the professionalization, standardization and internationalization of China PR business, CIPRA has done a lot of work in the National Test of Occupational Qualiﬁcation of PR Practitioners, and holds annual relating working seminar, which are recognized and supported by PR insiders.
We are looking forward to the participation of more and more PR practitioners and those who concern about public relations. We sincerely invite you to take part in our activities, to concern and to support our work and to be with us to make further efforts into healthy development of PR industry in China.
Li Daoyu President
China International Public Relations Association
China International Public Relations Association (CIPRA), set up in April 1991 as a corporate body and headquartered in Beijing, is a national organization aimed at international cooperation in the ﬁeld of public relations. In 2007, CIPRA obtained the Special Consultative Status of ECOSOC. In 2009, CIPRA obtained “3A” level from Ministry of Civil Affairs. Mr. Li Daoyu, the former ambassador of PRC to the United States, is elected as the President of CIPRA. Ms. He Luli, Mr. Jiang Zhenghua, Mr.Cheng Siwei, Mr. Li Meng, Mr. Tomur Dawamat and Mr. Yuan Baohua are the honorary Presidents of the Association.
Strengthening management in PR industry, Engaging in the PR theories study & practice, and strategy-making for PR industry in China; Raising the social position of PR industry and PR practitioners, and protecting legitimate rights and interests of PR practitioners, and fostering the use of ethical public relations; Providing comprehensive services and training programme for its members, and promoting the cooperation among PR organizations both at home and abroad, and developing the process of professionalization, standardization and internationalization of PR industry in China; Developing the public diplomacy and opening broad channels for international exchanges and cooperation, and providing consulting services for local and foreign organizations , so as to serve for the promotion of international public relations, for the construction of harmonious society and for the further reform & opening up and economic development of China.
Directly under CIPRA, There are Strategic Communications Committee, Academic Committee, PR Corporations Working Committee, In House Committee and Local Organization Committee, which involve more elites such as government leaders, famous scholars in PR circle, well-known entrepreneurs, and president of top PR corporations and leaders of provincial and municipal PR associations.
Under the secretariat, there are Membership Management Section, Foreign Exchange & Cooperation Section, Research & Development Section, Information and Consulting Section, Education and Training Section, Human Resource Department and Administrative Ofﬁce. CIPRA invites a large number of senior government ofﬁcials, senior editors and journalists, senior managers of famous enterprises, and distinguished PR experts and scholars as its council members.
The Secretariat of PR Committee of State Occupational Qualiﬁcation Working Commission is set in CIPRA.
He Luli: Former Vice –chairman of the NPC standing committee
Jiang Zhenghua: Former Vice-chairman of the NPC Standing Committee
Cheng Siwei: Former Vice-chairman of the NPC Standing Committee
Li Meng: Former Vice-president of the CPPCC
Tomur Dawamat: Former Vice-chairman of the NPC Standing Committee
Yuan Baohua: Honorary President of China Enterprise Confederation
Advisors (in alphabetic order):
Chen Xiangmei Fei Ziwen Feng Peizhi He Dequan He Ming Li Fenglin Li Guiting Li Huanchi
Li Jianbai Lin Liyun Liu Jiang Liu Hongru Liu Zhongde Mao Jingquan Ma Junru PuBingrong
RanYannong RenJingde Sha Lin Shen Jiamo Shi Jian Shi Huaibi
WangShu Wang Shuzu Wang Yishi
Wang Yuyan Wu Minda Yuan Geng Yuan Xiaoyuan Zhang Hengxuan Zhang Husheng Zhang Runxia
Zhang Sixue Zhang Wenying Zhang Yanning
Zhang Zhenhua Zhao Weichen Zhu Chuanxian Zhu Qizhen
Li Daoyu: Former Ambassador of P.R.C to the United States
Vice-presidents (in alphabetic order):
Feng Bing: Former Editor-in-chief of the Economic Daily
Gong Deshun: Former Deputy Governor of the People’s Government of ShaanXi Province
Guo Wanqing: Honorary president of Anhui Public Relations Association, deputy director of Anhui Province People’s Congress Standing Committee
Guo Xiaoyong: Former Executive deputy director of China International Publishing Group
Jiang Xiaoyu: Member of the National Committee of CPPCC, Deputy Director of Science, Education,Culture, Public Health and Sports Committee, CPPCC
Guo Huimin: Deputy Dean of University of International Relations
Hu Wei: Former Deputy Director of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai People' s Congress,President of Shanghai PR Association
Long Yongtu: Secretary-general of G20 Group Research Center
Ma Shengrong: Former Vice-proprietor and Executive Deputy Editor-in-chief of Xinhua News Agency
Sun Zhihai: Deputy Director of Institute of Asia-Africa Development of Development ResearchCenter of the State Council
Wang Guoqing: Former Deputy Director of State Council Information Ofﬁce
Wang Zonglian: Former Vice President of Shandong Committee of CPPCC, President of Shandong PR Association
Wu Hongbo: Former Assistant Minster of Department of Foreign Affairs
Xiao Yongan: Former Vice Governor of Guizhou Province, Former Standing Deputy Director of Guizhou People’s Congress
Xu Xinhua: Former Executive Vice Chairman of All-China Journalists Association
Yang Jiemian: Former President of Shanghai Institute for International Studies
Zhao Dali: Former Vice Secretary-General of Asia-Africa Development & Exchange Society of China(Executive)
Zhu Yilong: Member of CPPCC National Committee, Vice Chairman of All-China Federation Of Returned Overseas Chinese
Zheng Yannong: Former Secretary-General of China International Public Relations Association(Executive)
Deputy Secretary-generals (in alphabetic order)
Zhang Lan Tong Xiang Xu Rundong Xiao Ling