More About Me.
I was born and raised in Taiwan. My mother tongue is Mandarin Chinese, and I also speak one of the dialects, Taiwanese Hokkien. I did my BA and first MA back home, both in philosophy. Before that, I went to local primary and high schools, just like my peers there. After moving abroad from age 28, first to NYC and then to London, I have blended in well, though I still find the East Asian form of life easier because I grew up there.
I primarily write in English, but here is one piece on recommended books of philosophy of consciousness that is in Mandarin.
When I was younger I developed various skills, such as piano, table tennis, and Go (board game). Unfortunately I tend to lose the skills easily if I don't use them often.
University College London (2012-8)
City University of New York, Graduate Center (2010-2)
AWARDS / RECOGNITION
SSNaP Projects * 2, Duke University
New Directions in the Study of the Mind, U. C. Berkeley
Graduate Research Scholarship, UCL
Overseas Research Scholarship, UCL
Cross-Disciplinary Training Scholarship, UCL
For complete academic information, please check the CV below.