I am a third-year graduate student of philosophy at University of Maryland, College Park. I am also a member of the IGERT program, a 
graduate program in "Biological and Computational Foundations of Language Diversity". And an active member of PHLING, an interdisciplinary reading and research group in Linguistics and Philosophy. 

My main research interests are philosophy of language, language acquisition and psycholinguistics. 
I like cooking, running, biking, and thinking about nothing in my spare time. 

I am from Zhangzhou, a small city in south China, with no winter and lots of delicious food and fruits.