MIN Le is a full-time teacher of Asia Australia Business School, Liaoning University, PhD in economics, Master of Science in International Banking & Finance. He obtained first degree in International Finance from International Economics College of Liaoning University in 2000, Min Le had worked at international settlement department in Industrial and Commercial Bank of China from 2000 to 2002, then he went to John Moore University, Liverpool, UK to study for a master's degree. Since 2004, he has been teaching in the Asia Australia Business School of Liaoning University while he studied for a doctorate in national economics. He has been engaged in bilingual teaching for a long time, the subjects taught including International Banking Finance, Economics, Portfolio Management, Personal Financial Planning, Business Communication, Business Mathematics and Statistics, Corporate Finance, Professional Ability Development and other courses. He has awarded the second prize of the first Innovation and Entrepreneurship Teaching Competition of Liaoning University. He is mainly engaged in the research of national economics, finance and teaching methods. He has published one academic book, more than ten papers at home and abroad, including four papers published in core journals, and won the eighth "excellent paper award of China's financial education".