Phd student and assistant since October 2017, I work under the direction of Prof. Mathis Stock.
Upon finishing my bachelor study of Landscape architecture, I continued my study in a dual-master program between Shanghai Tongji University (China) in Landscape Planning and Design, and Bauhaus University Weimar in Advanced Urbanisim. Afterwards, I had been working as a planner at Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute for three years.
I am currently working on my dissertation on heritage tourism and the development of the World Heritage Site of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces in Yunnan, China. In parallel with my thesis, I also assist Professor Mathis in teaching in Bachelor course of “Tourism: space, society, economy” and Master student course of “urban dimensions of tourist sites”.