I am a PhD student in the Sociology Department. My research interests lie in the overlapping areas of family studies and inequality. Particularly, I am interested in the recent changes in family structures and relationships as well as how they contribute to the reproduction and transmission of different forms of social inequalities. I focus my research on the global south, mainly China.
I hold a master’s degree in demography and a bachelor’s degree in public administration, both from Renmin University of China.
In my spare time, I enjoy listening music (pop and jazz), traveling (want to explore every continent of the world), and visiting art museums (my favorite is ancient Chinese Song Dynasty porcelains).