ZHOU Huilin  Assistant Research Fellow

received her Ph.D. degree in College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University in 2016. After that, she working as a research assistant fellow at She Ji Platform in College of Design and Innovation at the same University. She has also obtained the professional qualification of Class 1 Registered Architect. As an assistant editor, her main job is to publish and edit proofreading publications related to the platform, including She Ji: The Journal of Design, Economics, and Innovation, How to Thrive in the Next Economy (Chinese version), and other books. In recent years, she has published academic papers in Journal of Tongji University (Social Science Section), Architectural Journal, New Architecture, etc. Her book Architectures and Space of Consumption in the Modern Era will soon be published by Tongji University Press. She is also one of the founders of the charity organization “Little Penguin Club,” which was awarded the title of “2018-2019 Shanghai Volunteer Service Advanced Group.”