On April 19, 2019, TULLL  had its third birthday.

Dr. Rao Zhen, from the Faculty of Education of Cambridge University, delivered a keynote speech “Pretend Play :is not as simple as you might have thought”;

At the end of the activity, Emma, deputy director of Tsinghua University, presided over the appointment ceremony of consultant for TULLL. The three consultants are:

Stella Christie, Academic Research Consultant, TULLL

Dr. Stella Christie is an associate professor of psychology at Tsinghua University. Born in Indonesia, graduated from Harvard University in 2004 with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, and received a doctor’s degree in cognitive psychology from Northwestern University in 2010.


Zhai Xiangyun, Course Design Consultant, TULLL

Zhai Xiangyun is the primary school curriculum design director of the education group attached to Peking University. Bachelor of psychology, Peking University, graduate student of development and educational psychology, Beijing Normal University, with the qualification of lecturer of Montessori Association of America.

Chen Chaohua, Consultant of Art Course, TULLL

Master of Beijing Printing Institute, associate professor of fine arts, founder of self media “Qingjiao xiaoke(青椒小课)”. Chen Chaohua has double knowledge background of art and design, has long been concerned about and committed to the research of children’s art education, has rich experience in research and development of children’s art courses.

Xu Yingqing, director of TULLL, issued the certificate to the consultants and expressed his gratitude.

Peng Ruiwen(Emma), Deputy Director of TULLL, also announced that TULLL will jointly launch the Alliance on Lifelong Learning(ALL) with partners. ALL will set up a platform to gather more educational forces to help Chinese kids become lifelong learners!

More information can be found in: Official Wechat public account of TULLL

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