She was born in Wuhan, Hubei Province in 1982 and graduated from the Department of Industrial Design of the School of Design and Arts of Beijing Institute of Technology in 2004. In 2006, she obtained her Master’s Degree in the department in 2006. Upon graduation, she taught in the Department of Industrial Design of Hubei University of Technology until today. Since 2011, she has been studying in Offenbach University of Art and Design for PhD.

She is currently Senior Lecturer and Core Member of Young Educators of the Department of Industrial Design of Hubei University of Technology.

In 2010, at the invitation of Offenbach government and the sponsor, she went to Germany to plan and hold the first Germany-China Annual Exhibition. In the 625th Anniversary of Heidelberg University, her visual work won the prize and was included in the university’s anniversary almanac. In 2012, she was granted Alexander von Humboldt

Fellowship and received a special interview of Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung. In 2013, she met German Premier Angela Merkel at German Chancellery in Berlin as representative of outstanding young Alexander von Humboldt Fellow.

She is author of “Design in the Future”, “On Innovative Thinking in Design”, “Exploration and Prospect of Earthquake Search-and-Rescue Robot Design”, and “The research on human-power vehicles for local transport”. Her personal exhibition “Bonbon-box” was selected into Frankfurt Book Fair and Pusteblume. Her awards include: Chinese Tea Packaging Design received honorable mention in DCKD Germany-China Design Competition; business gift design received honorable mention in the 8th China Art Festival; car cushion design won the first prize in “Xinhe Cup” China Automobile Creation Competition; theme poster design received honorable mention in Wuhan Design Exhibition and was displayed in Wuhan Art Museum; Xinhai Revolution Centennial poster designs received honorable mention in the First Hubei Design Exhibition and was displayed in Wuhan Art Museum. She was granted 7 design patents and 9 Utility model patents.