Jim Binkley
I am a teacher and researcher of Computer Networking and Computer Science at Portland State University. I teach graduate classes in Computer Networks and Operating Systems, and do research in wireless networking.
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Chen Changlin
Chen Changlin, Professor at the Chinese Academy of Science, Standing Council Member of the China Guqin Society, Council Member of the Beijing Guqin Research Association and advisor to the North America Guqin Association, is from Fuzhou, Fujian Province, China. 

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Christopher Evans
A translator by profession, began taking lessons in the guqin from SUN Guisheng in 1987, whilst working in Beijing. In 1992 he began more formal lessons at the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, learning the guqin under the tuition of GONG Yi and attending courses in Chinese music theory and folk music under CHEN Yingshi and HUANG Bai. He left the Conservatory in July 1994 to return to work.

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Jiang Jiaqiang
Jiang Jiaqiang was born in Rui'an, Zhejiang Province, in October 1935. He is a famous tenor and a nationally known actor. 

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Li Xiangting
Professor Li Xiangting is acknowledged as one the most important guqin players of his generation and is a distinguished Professor at the Central Conservatory of Music, Beijing. Professor Li started learning the guqin under the tutelage of Zha Fuxi and Chinese painting from Pu Xuezhai and Pan Su in 1957.
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Wang Fei
Wang Fei, director of the North American Guqin Association (NAGA) and council member of the China Guqin Committee, has flown from California to Beijing and is personally organizing and playing in this, the first live online guqin concert in history.
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Wang Tiechui
Dizi and Xiao master Wang Tie-chui is not only an excellent soloist but also a member of the Chinese Musician's Association, manager of the Committee of the Beijing Research Institute of National Instrumental Music Performance and consultant to the Shanghai Musical Instrument Tutors Association.
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Wang Wei
Wang Wei (Charlotte Wang), an editor for China Radio International, enjoys guqin, kunqu, Nalan Xingde, and Cangyang. She first became aware of the guqin after listening to a China Radio International radio program when she was still a child. She began her study of the the instrument under Master Li Xiangting in the 1980s. 
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Wu Zhao
Wu Zhao was born in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province in 1935. From an early age, he was influenced by such Chinese traditions as Kunqu opera and the guqin. He started learning the guqin in 1953 under the tutelage of Zha Fuxi. In 1955, he gained entry into the department of Chinese History at Nankai University and studied guqin under guqin master Wu Jinglue.
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Xu Jian
Xu Jian is one of the most famous living scholar of the guqin. He was born in Hebei Province in 1923 and studied at the Qingmuguan Conservatory of Music in Chongqing from 1942 to 1946. After graduating he took a teaching post there. From 1954 until his retirement he worked at the Chinese Music Research Academy. In 1985 he received a research fellowship from the China Culture Department.
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Zheng Minzhong
Zheng Minzhong, born in Beijing in 1923, is China's foremost expert on antique guqins. From a very early age he has enjoyed painting, calligraphy and guqin. From 1937 to 1939 he learned Chinese painting from Lin Yanbo and Wang Aishi, and guqin from Wang Xingdong and Li Yuxing.
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