Pinghua Sun has an MA in English Language and Literature (Beijing Normal University), an MA in Arts of English Language Teaching (the University of Warwick), and a PhD in Human Rights Law (China University of Political Science and Law—CUPL). He is a visiting scholar at the University of Exeter School of Law. He currently serves as a professor at China University of Political Science and Law (CUPL). His representative publications include: The Study of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (Peking University Press 2012); Human Rights Protection System in China (Springer 2014), Pengchun Chang: A Crucial Architect of the International Human Rights System (Social Sciences Academic Press 2017); and Historic Achievement of a Common Standard: Pengchun Chang and the Universal Declaration of Human Right (Springer 2018). He attended international human rights conferences held in the UK, Switzerland, Italy, and the US. He presented on the UDHR in more than twenty Chinese universities including Peking University, Renmin University of China, Fudan University, Guangzhou University, Ji’nan University, Sun Yat-sen University, Beijing Normal University, Nankai University, Hebei University, among others. He also ran a postgraduate course, “Human Rights in China,” at the University of Exeter in 2011.