My research is focused on ancient alcohol and organic residue analysis in China. My previous study is mainly about the scientific identification of Chinese alcohol by chemical analysis. Also, I’m interested in prehistoric archaeology, archaeology of food, origin of agriculture, evolution and archaeological science. At Stanford, I hope to strengthen my archaeology background by academic courses and fieldwork, meanwhile study multiple methods and integrate chemical, archaeobotanical and archaeogenetic analysis for further research. Based on my studies, I plan to try to figure out problems about the origin and development of ancient alcohol, and the relationships among food, agriculture, evolution and the process of social complexity in early China. Before studying at Stanford, I obtained my M.A of Conservation of Cultural Heritage from Northwest University, and my B.Sc. in Technology of Conservation of Cultural Heritage from the same university. I did several fieldworks in museums and archaeological sites such as Emperor Qinshihuang’s Mausoleum Site Museum, Mogao Grottoes in China and Bibracte site in Burgundy, France.