Hu Ping has been "Chief Editor of Beijing Spring since 1996" and "was the Chief Writer of Beijing Spring from June 1993 to June 1996. He received a Master's degree in philosophy from Beijing University and studied at Harvard University. In 1980, he won a seat in a district People's Congress in Beijing in free elections. He is former president of the Chinese Alliance for Democracy and the China Spring magazine, and a regular commentator for Radio Free Asia." 
In 2005 it was noted in a Congressional-Executive Commission on China that "Mr. Hu has been the chief editor of Beijing Spring, a monthly Chinese-language magazine dedicated to the promotion of human rights, democracy, and social justice in China, since 1993. He is also a board member of Human Rights in China and a regular commentator for Radio Free Asia. Mr. Hu received a Master's degree in philosophy from Beijing University and studied at Harvard University. During the Democracy Wall Movement in 1979 in Beijing, Mr. Hu published a long essay entitled "On Freedom of Speech." In 1980, Mr. Hu was elected as a people's delegate in China's first free local election. He is also former chairman of the Chinese Alliance for Democracy (1988-1991)." 
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