Born in 1974 in Changsha, Professor Yang Yu, who got the name from the Book of Songs, devotes herself to Ancient Chinese Literature. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in France Literature in East China Normal University in 1996. In 1998, she got her Master’s Degree in Chinese Philosophy in East China Normal University. After three years, she received her Ph.D. in Ancient Chinese Literature. After several years’ pursuit, she chose Ancient Chinese Literature as her lifelong business. Professor Yang also masters France, English, and German. In 2004, she was sponsored by Government of France for a further study in teaching method, and finally received a Certificate of Completion awarded by CUEF and IMEF. She has also been principal investigator of more than five ministerial or provincial social science projects, authored 14 books and over 50 academic papers. She has been recipient of provincial or school awards for science advancement and teaching excellence. Professor Yang Yu, Head of Base of Research and Spread of Chinese Chanting, is committed to collecting, reorganizing, and researching Chinese traditional chanting. She also promotes the popularity of chanting with active communication with academic groups from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, Japan, and Korea.