Art History; Art Management; and Art Law


About me



Nanjing, Jiangsu, China



Nanjing Foreign Language School, Nanjing



Boston University, Questrom School of Business and College of Art and Science, Boston



Reading books and reading arts. 

A casual piano player and a free-lance blogger. 



Discipline, goal-driven, fast-learner, helper and thinker. 

Graduating in May 2018, I am obtaining my dual degrees in History of Art and Architecture (B.A.), and Business Administration and Management (B.S.). 

Growing up in China, I was deprived of an artistic channel. I did not have the opportunity to take any art related classes, let alone visit an art museum. Even though I had the privilege of being surrounded by the long history of Chinese art and architecture, I did not have the means to fully appreciate the depth of the details.

Once I joined the college, I decided to explore this mythicial field by taking some art history classes. After learning about the great masters from the past and the brave avant-gardes from the present, my vision was elevated and I had learned to find the beauty in my life.

I believe that with the right education, people can better appreciate the environment around them, as art is embodied in every detail of our life. Acknowledging this creates a positive influence towards the society, bringing an elevated sense of serenity and state of content into the world. In addition, understanding the diversity of art helps the public embrace and appreciate the differences amongst them. This promotes diversity and creates the environment for people who share different opinions and values to understand each other better.

Apart from art history, there are two other things in the academic world that I am passionate about – business and law. In capitalism, art cannot survive without the support from other industries. I wish to to make sure art is still available and every one can have access to it. That is why, here, in this website, I am sharing my knowledge in business, law and art history to my audience. 

Please don't hesitate to contact me and leave comments through this page. Looking forward to hearing your voices as well. 




Dean's List

Spring 2018, Boston University Questrom School of Business



Dean's List

Spring 2017, Boston University Questrom School of Business



Cross Functional Business Plan

Boston University Questrom School of Business

Dean's List

Fall 2016, Boston University Questrom School of Business



Dean's List

Fall 2015, Boston University Questrom School of Business



Trekking in Nepal

10 day adventure to the Annapurna Base Camp

Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step.
— Lao Tzu (Chinese Philosopher, 604 B.C.E - 531 B.C.E)