Hu Shuli , former editor of top business magazine Caijing, has set up a personal website a month after her high-profile departure from the publication she founded 11 years ago. 'Hu Shuli and Us' at http://shuli.sysu.edu.cn is a collaboration between Hu and Sun Yat-sen University's School of Communication and Design, which she is going to head, says Li Hanrong , a spokesman for the university. In addition to a brief introduction, the site features articles from former Caijing reporters who will be involved in Hu's planned multimedia platform. It also carries a report on Hu's activities at the climate change summit in Copenhagen, where she was invited to speak at a forum on green investment. Li said that the website was aimed at introducing Hu to the public as the head of the school. Hu left the magazine last month over differences with publisher the Stock Exchange Executive Council over its future direction as well as control of advertising revenue estimated at 200 million yuan (HK$227 million) a year. About 200 editorial staff have also left Caijing and now work in a temporary office in downtown Beijing ahead of the launch of a new venture, which will include at least one weekly business magazine. While she will continue to oversee the new venture, Hu has agreed to take up a post at the university's journalism school, which was set up in 2003. She was reported to have signed a four-year contract with the university and was planning to join the school on December 12. Under Hu's editorship, Caijing carved out a reputation for bold investigative reports in spite of tight media censorship on the mainland.