Guo Biao is IFPI (International Federation of Phonographic Industry) China Chief Representative. He taught at Beijing Foreign Languages Institute Branch School from 1984 to 1987. From 1988 to 2000, he worked at National Copyright Administration of China (NCAC). During 12 years in NCAC, he was Deputy Director of International Division of NCAC, responsible for international copyright affairs including copyright relations between China and foreign countries as well as World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) and he was also the Secretary to Vice Minister of NCAC. From 2000 to 2002, he worked at IFPI Representative Office in Beijing. In 2003, he was Vice General Manager of Beijing Tai He Hong Ye Copyright Company under Beijing Copyright Bureau. Since 2006, He is IFPI China Chief Representative. Mr. Guo Biao is Council Member of Intellectual Property Law Society of China and Council Member of Copyright Society of China. He is Professor Fellow and Member of Expert Committee of the Academy of Cultural Creative Industry of Sichuan Province (jointly set up by Renmin University of China and People’s Government of Sichuan Province). His major in college was English language and literature at Beijing Second Foreign Languages Institutes from 1980 to 1984. In 1995, he studied law at New York University School of Law. In 1990, he was granted the qualification of lecturer by the State and in 2000, he was granted the qualification of associate professor by the State.