LIU Feifei, a graduate of the University of California, Berkley Law School, is a lawyer by trade deeply involved in Media and Global Citizenship matters.


Feifei has always been drawn to media from a very young age. She started her broadcasting career in 1993, while still at University as the Lead Presenter for the ground breaking weekly television magazine show “Hong Kong Today”, a Hong Kong TVB and China’s CCTV co-production.  Her journey as a television magazine host continued with the CCTV production called “Dialogue” and “Up-Close.” “Dialogue,” a daily 30-minute current affairs news magazine, is designed to inform and educate viewers worldwide and influence decision-makers in governments, businesses and academia. The quality of her work, the rigor and commitment she put in delivery brought her to the forefront of media and landed her a highly challenging posting during the Olympics in China. .


In 2008, Feifei took on the position China Director of External Affairs for The Coca-Cola Company, the top sponsor of the Beijing Olympics. In this capacity, she was the designated Olympic Spokesperson for Coca-Cola, interacting with all global media present in Beijing for the Games.


Following the Games, Feifei established her consulting firm with a focus on matters related to government affairs, corporate branding, communications, and sustainability.  Through her company she worked with The United Nations, WWF, Coca-Cola, and various Media Production Companies.


Bringing together Law and Media, Feifei created a unique global network allowing her to build bridges to connect people and ideas for the benefit of responsible global citizenship.  Currently she rejoined CCTV-Africa as the co-host of Talk Africa, a premier CGTN African affairs weekly talk show that showcases Africa as a continent on the rise.


Feifei is Beijing and raised in San Francisco. She is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. Feifei graduated with academic honors from the University of California at Berkeley, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science. She then went on to receive a Juris Doctorate degree from Hastings College of the Law and was admitted to practice law in 2001.


Currently, she resides in Mauritius with her husband and two rambunctious children, shuttling to Nairobi for “Talk Africa” and traveling extensively throughout Africa on various assignments for CCTV.