The British Council today announced the recipients of the Study UK Alumni Awards 2021-22 in CHINA at a ceremony in Beijing. In total, 11 UK alumni in China were recognised for their outstanding achievements as business professionals, entrepreneurs and community leaders, and for their contribution to strengthening ties between the UK and China.
Following in-depth interviews with a judging panel, recipients were selected for the four award categories: Science and Sustainability Award, Culture and Creativity Award, Social Action Award, and Business and Innovation Award.
The prestigious international award celebrates UK higher education and the achievements of UK alumni all over the world. Now in its eighth year, the award received more than 1,500 applications from international UK alumni in more than 100 countries, representing more than 140 UK higher education institutions across the UK.
Science and Sustainability Award was presented to He Baihuiqian, a graduate of University of Edinburgh.Culture and Creativity Award was presented to Xie Yi, a graduate of King's College London. The Social Action award was presented to Chen Zemin, a graduate of University of Manchester. The Business and Innovation award was presented to Wang Wen, a graduate of University of Aberdeen.