Dr. ZHOU Jiali

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Zhou Jiali is an associate professor in diplomatic protocol, international etiquette, personal image building and interpersonal communication.


Biographical Statement 

Zhou Jiali got her Ph.D. degree from China Foreign Affairs University in 2016 with studies on diplomacy, Master degree from Peking University in 2005 with studies on international politics, Bachelor degree from Hunan Normal University in1998 with studies on Chinese language and literature. Her main research interest is diplomacy, particularly the personal components of diplomacy such as diplomatic protocol, international etiquette, personal image building and the skill of interpersonal communication. Her doctoral thesis is on diplomatic etiquette in modern diplomacy.

Dr. Zhou is a CIP (Certified image professional) of AICI (Associate of Image Consultant International). She is the second person from Chinese mainland to achieve this honor. She is also a member of PDI (Protocol & Diplomacy International -the Protocol Officers' Association) and an experienced trainer in protocol, etiquette and image building. 

Selected Publications


1.         From Theory to practice—a study of Diplomatic protocol and etiquette, World Affairs Press, 2019. Editor-in-chief.

2.         International Etiquette, Beijing: China Machine Press, 2017.

3.         Foreign Exchange and Personal Image Building, Beijing: Current Press, 2012.

4.         Clothes Can Be Easy; Accessories are the Challenge, Beijing: Longman Press, 2011.

5.         A New guide to international etiquette for officials, published by Jinan press, 2017. (Second editor-in-chief)

6.        Involved in writing on Foreign affairs knowledge manual for public officialspublished by Chinese personnel press, 2012.

7.        Involved in writing on International etiquette  Middle school edition,  published by Publishing House of Jinan, 2019.


Selected Articles:

1.        “The Research of Exceptional Cases of Diplomatic Protocol In International Politics”, Liaoning University journal(Philosophy and social sciences), No 3, 2020.

2.        “The global upgrading of Chinese culture: from going out to going in”, Seeker, No.3,2020.

3.        “The exploration of six - dimensional teaching method in the course of international Etiquette”, Data of Culture and Education, No. 2, 2020.

4.        “Unveiling the veil of diplomatic protocol and etiquette”, World Affairs, No.5, 2020.

5.        “Diplomatic Protocol and Etiquette with Trump ’s Personalities: An Psychological Perspective”, In Journal of Tongren University, vol,21,No.4,Jul,2019.

6.        “Evolution of Diplomatic Protocol of China and Major-Country Diplomacy with Chinese Characteristics”, Foreign Affairs Review, No.2, 2019.

7.          “As a tool of power game--- the implicit function of protocol and etiquette” Liaoning University journal(Philosophy and social sciences), reprinted by Cultural Studies, Book and newspaper information center of Renmin University of China, No 8, 2018.

8.         “Spreading Chinese culture with costumes-- focusing on public figures”, Socialism Institute of Yunnan, No 3, 2018

9.        “How to cultivate talents of foreign affairs with high quality in etiquette”, Foreign Affairs Review, Supplementary Issue, No 2, 2018.

10.     “As a tool of power game--- the implicit function of protocol and etiquette” Liaoning University journal(Philosophy and social sciences), No 2, 2018.

11.     “The Struggle and confrontation on diplomatic protocol and etiquette”, Journal of Reception and communication, No 4, 2018.

12.     “A straight and honest person” in Unforgettable ambassador Wu--- Reminiscence of Wu Jianmin, People's Publishing House, August,2017

13.     “Discussion and Contention on the Concept of protocol and etiquette”,  Social Sciences Review , No 4,2017.

14.     “The Perception and Misreading of China’s Image by the Public of Europe and America: Taking China’s Rise as the Background,” Journal of Kunming University of Science and Technology (Social Science Edition) No. 2, 2016.

15.     “The Diplomatic Value of the First Lady and Features of the Public Diplomacy of Peng Liyuan,” Journal of Chifeng University, January.

16.     “Spreading Chinese Culture with Clothing -- The Research on Peng Liyuan’s Clothing on Overseas Visits,” International Communications, November 2015. 

17.     “The Public Diplomacy of First Lady Peng Liyuan,” Public Relations World, November 2015.

18.     “Looking up and Overlooking – the Two Representative Misreading of the West Toward China,” International Aid, October 2015.

19.     “Public Diplomacy of the First Lady,” Annual Report of Chinese Diplomacy Development, April 2015.

20.     “Historical Spiral Cycle Theory and Political Civilization in the Future” in From the Various Beauty to the Combined Beauty -- the Third Pole Symposium 2014 (second author) Beijing Normal University Press, 2014.

21.     “Using Words Westerners Can Understand – Discussing the Skill of Communication in Public Diplomacy,” in The New Pattern of the World and China’s International Communication, December 2012.

22.     “The Four Contradictions China Faces When Developing Public Diplomacy,” Journal of the Socialism Institute of Yunnan, October 2012.

23.     “How to Build the Capacity Image of Political Leaders,” Great River Weekly, December 2011.

24.     “Discussing the Importance of Nonverbal Symbols in Communication,” Foreign Affairs Review, Supplementary Issue, April 2011.

25.     “The Skills of Public Diplomacy: Let Westerners Understand Our Words,” Chinese Social Sciences Weekly, April 4, 2011.

26.     “Female College Students Applying for a Job – What Can They Do Apart From Plastic Surgery,”  work and study abroad, December 2010.

27.     “Analysis of Public Image Building of the Political Leader,” Scientific and Technological Information, November 2009

28.     “Can Rule of Man and Rule of Law be Combined? – Based on the Case of the Singapore Model,” In Proceedings of Scientific Week of CFAU 2008, December 2009.

29.     What do you wear to a friend's wedding?  Rayli Costume And Costmatics MagazineOct.2008.

30.     “The Probing of Teaching Pattern on a Course of Public Speaking at China Foreign Affairs University,” in Modern Education –  The Guide Book of Theory and Practice, May 2008.

31.     “The Comparison of the Public Image of Hillary Rodham Clinton and Yulia Timoshenko,” Times Figure, No. 3, 2007.

32.     “On the Issue of Democracy in East Asian Cooperation,” Northeast Asia Studies, No. 3, 2007.

33.     “Learn from Problems -- The Deficiencies in China Pavilion,” Foreign Affairs Review, Extra Edition, Issue 92, 2006.

34.     “Cultural Choice of Singapore is it Coherent or Incoherent? -- Discussion with Dong Huaiping,” in Learning Forward Position and Academic Subject in Proceedings of Scientific Week at CFAU 2005, September 2006.

35.     “The Controversy of Golf Belle,” Golf Vacations, pp. 9-10, 2006.  

36.     “Improving the Quality of Personal Communication, When Golf Becomes an Erudition,” China Golf News, March 28, 2006. 

37.     “Lee Kuan Yew's Cultural Identification and Singapore's Cultural Option in Its Modernization,” Southeast Asian Affairs, No. 2, 2006.

38.     “Aichi Expo -- Japan's Success as the Host,” China International Conference Exhibition, No. 6, 2006. 

39.     “Opinions on the Environmental Protection of the Aichi Expo, Japan,” China Exhibition, No. 5, 2006. 

40.     “The Precondition and Trend of Democracy in Southeast Asia,” Southeast Asia Studies, No. 6, 2004.

41.     “An Oppugnation on Whether the East Asia Model is a Doubt,” Northeast Asia Studies, Vol. 55, No. 3, 2004. 


Be A columnist for newspaper “China Golf News” on 2006, one article a week.


Email: lijiazhou@cfau.edu.cn

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