I graduated from the Gesture and Narrative Language Group of
the MIT Media Lab in June, 2000. My advisor was Professor Justine Cassell.
Before I came to MIT, I was in the Department of Automation of Tsinghua University, Beijing, China.
I was born in Anqing, a city lying at the
bank of Yangzi river in China. Not until recently did I know that my hometown
origin of our nation's modern industry. The first steam boat, the first telephone,
and the first machine gun in
China were manufactured at the Anqing Institute of Firearms in Tsing Dynasty (early
1900s). At the age of 17, I went to Beijing to seek my college education. I got my
Bachelor's degree in Automatic Control and Master's degree in Pattern Recognition &
Intelligent Control from Tsinghua University.
In 1998, my dream come true. I was admitted by the MIT Media Lab. A whole new world was
opened in front of my eyes. The research here is so exciting,
and the courses I've taken are very interesting. Influenced by
my advisor, I began to
document my life with my camera. Here are some of my photos.
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