Zhu Chengshan is an Adjunct Senior Fellow at the Charhar Institute in Beijing. As the curator of the Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall, Zhu Chengshan is an influential figure in the study of the Nanjing Massacre. He is also distinguished as one of the most prominent scholars of Chinese history, museum studies and peace-building.
Zhu has held leadership positions at many research institutions, including the Nanjing International Peace Research Institute, the Chinese Association of Museums, the Historical Society of the Nanjing Massacre, Chinese Writers Association, and the Historical Society of the Chinese People’s War Against Japanese Invasion. He is a Master Advisor at Nanjing Normal University and the Chief Editor of Japanese Invasion of China History Research.
Zhu has published over 50 million words in forms of books, anthologies, newspapers and journals about the Nanjing Massacre and other topics, and has been consulted on many museum designs and monuments, such as Shaoshan Mao Zedong Memorial Hall, Xibaipo Revolutionary Memorial Hall, Tianjin Zhou Enlai and Deng Yingchao Memorial. He has spoken all over the world at research seminars and peaceful exchange activities.