Department of Anthropology
Sun Yat-Sen University (Zhongshan University)
Archaeology Theories, Material Culture, Ceramics, Geographic Information System, Archaeology and the Public, Culture Contact, Exchange, Human Ecology, Museum Studies, Taiwan and Southeast Asia.
2011 Ph.D. in Anthropology. University of Washington.
Thesis: The Implications of Social, Cultural, Economic, and Political Interactions for Ceramic Evolution on the Banda Islands, Maluku Province, Indonesia
2011-Present. Lecturer. Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-Sen University.
2007. Teaching Assistant. Department of Anthropology, University of Washington
Other Academic Positions:
Awards and Fellowships:
2009 Conference Travel Funding, Anthropology Department, University of Washington.
2007 Pilot research funding, Anthropology Department, University of Washington.
2002-2004 Exchange Program tuition waiver, Graduate School, University of Washington.
2009, Applications and Problems of GIS in Archaeological Site Management and
Predictive Modeling, Journal of Cultural Property Conservation, No. 8, pp. 4-19.
2008, Value, significance, and the models of evaluating the cultural resource of archaeological sites, Journal of Cultural Property Conservation, No. 4, pp. 81-90.
2009, The Evolution of Ceramics on the Banda Islands in Central Maluku, Indonesia, the 19th Indo-Pacific Prehistory Association Congress, November 29 – December 5, 2009, Hanoi.
2008, Value, Significance, and the Models of Evaluating the Cultural Resource of Archaeological Sites, the 14th Annual North American Taiwan Studies Conference, June 27-29, 2008, Seattle.2008, Preliminary research: the influence of the 12-17th century nutmeg trade on the material culture of the Banda Islands, paper presented at the International Conference of Archaeology around Greater Taiwan Area & Annual Meeting of Taiwan Archaeology 2007, pp. VII-D-1~18.