Prof. Dr. Ida A.C. Mok
Associate Dean in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hong Kong; Director of the Centre for Contemporary Sri Lankan Studies. She received the award of Diamond Jubilee International Visiting Fellowships from the University of Southampton, U.K. She was appointed as the Visiting Scholar by the National Institute of Education, Singapore and also by the International Centre for Classroom Research, University of Melbourne, Australia. She is the Director of the Centre for Research on Education, China Victory Theological Seminary of Hong Kong.
Prof. Dr. Darrell Jackson
Associate Professor of Missiology at Morling College, Australia. He is a regular conference speaker and his articles and chapters have appeared in books, journals, and magazines in Russia, Germany, Sweden, Korea, Denmark, the UK, and the USA. He was the National Mission Advisor to the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the founding Director of the Nova Research Centre. He is the Secretary of the Australian Association of Mission Studies, and serves on the Executive of the Lausanne International Researchers’ Network as well as missiological consultant to Global Interaction (the Australian Baptist Mission Agency)
Prof. Dr. Nelson Jennings
Former Executive Director of Overseas Ministries Study Center, Yale University, the Chief Editor of the International Bulletin of Missionary Research and Professor of world mission at Covenant Seminary. He is currently an Editor of the journal Missiology and a mission pastor and consultant at Onnuri Community Church, Seoul, South Korea. He has also served as a church-planting missionary in Japan, an Assistant Professor of International Christian Studies at Tokyo Christian University and President of Presbyterian Mission International.
Prof. Dr. Peter T.M. Ng
Emeritus Professor and the former Head of the Department of Religion, the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was a Distinguished Fellow of the EDS-Steward Chair, Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western History, University of San Francisco, U.S. and the Chairman of Northeast Asian Council for Study of History of Christianity. He was the first Chinese scholar to be appointed Henry Martyn Lecturer, Cambridge, U.K. He is the Chair Professor at the China Victory Theological Seminary. He is interested in Christian Universities in China and Religious Education.