I received my Ph.D. (2017) in philosophy from Duke University, studying moral philosophy and Chinese philosophy. My research facilitates a cross-cultural and interdisciplinary dialogue between Confucianism and Western ethics through a close study of moral emotions and virtues such as sympathy/empathy, honesty, and shame. I am particularly interested in emotions' role in moral deliberation, moral perception, and moral motivation in Chinese philosophy and in moral psychology in general.