Guangwei Ouyang, MA-1984
Guangwei Ouyang is Vice President, International Education and Strategic Partnerships, and serves as a member of the College’s Senior Management Team. In this position, Guangwei oversees all activities of international engagement at Douglas College, including international student enrolment and studies, domestic student participation in exchanges and field schools, and international partnerships. Guangwei also helps develop applied academic programs for both domestic and international students.
Guangwei joined the College in 1996 as a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy and later served as the Chair of the department. Guangwei has also served Executive Director and Associate Vice President of International Education. Previously, Guangwei taught philosophy and law in Shanghai, Edmonton, Michigan and Vancouver.
Guangwei was born in Shanghai and received his BA at Nanjing University and his MA at Fudan University in China. He then came to North America to continue his education and graduated with a second MA and a Ph.D. from the University of Alberta.
原载：Douglas College official website
孙 宏, MBA-2010
Lily Wang, LLB-1992
Lily Wang is National Leader of our China Focus Group, and a partner in our Corporate Commercial Group in Vancouver. Fluent in both Mandarin and English, Lily focuses her practice on corporate/commercial law, mergers & acquisitions, and global wealth management. She advises clients on mergers & acquisitions, corporate reorganizations, commercial agreements, and various other corporate and commercial matters. She also advises clients on trust law matters and global estate and asset-preservation planning, and has advised a number of high-net-worth clients on immigration trust, in-bound trust and other global estate-planning structures.
Before immigrating to Canada in 1999, Lily practiced law in Fuzhou, the People’s Republic of China, for approximately five years, focusing on civil and commercial litigation.
– LLB, University of British Columbia, 2002
– LLB, Fudan University (People’s Republic of China), 1992