Founder Lili Zhu, accepted as Fellow of the RSA


Mrs Lili Zhu has been granted a Fellowship of the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce.

The Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, commonly known as the Royal Society of Arts (RSA),  has welcomed Mrs Lili Zhu, Managing Director of Miiito Education, into this prestigious organisation.

Founded in 1754, the mission of RSA is to ‘embolden enterprise, enlarge science, refine art, improve our manufacturers and extend our commerce’. Fellows of the RSA are elected by a panel of existing fellows who consider the nominee’s merits, creativity and alignment with the society’s ambitions. Mrs Lili Zhu joins a select group of around 28,000 fellows globally, including Dame Judi Dench, Bob Dylan and Stephen Hawking; former fellows of the RSA include Karl Marx, Benjamin Franklin and Charles Dickens.

‘ I am very delighted to have been selected for an RSA fellowship,’  said Mrs Lili Zhu, ‘ I am looking forward to contributing with my work and business to the creativity and engagement of the RSA in China, in the UK, and in the international community more broadly. I hope to help more Chinese students achieve greater influence on the international stage.’