This chapter starts with a description of the author’s interests in China and engagements with Chinese sociological circles from the 1960s to the early 1990s, covering both his academic and his social missions. In the past two or more decades, the author has been interested most in nurturing relations with students and colleagues in China and exchanging views and information on the developing interaction between China and the rest of the world. They can be viewed from his writing and activities in China and the UK on China related work and matters. It shows the author’s intellectual appetite for carrying on both academic and social missions throughout his academic career. This section is followed by two sections on Engagements with Chinese through foreign studies circles (7.2) and Engagements with Chinese mainstream academia (7.3), both of which are aimed at encouraging Chinese scholars to carry out their academic mission. The last section is Engagement with Chinese media (7.4), which supports our social mission to promote understanding between China and the world.