I am a professor of philosophy at Yunnan University. I hold my PhD and MA degrees in philosophy from Sorbonne University. From 2007 to 2010, I was an élève at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris. Before that, I obtained my BA in philosophy from Peking University.
My research is mainly focused on epistemology and the history of modern philosophy. My recent projects concern classical foundationalism, know-how, beliefless knowledge, and virtue epistemology. When not doing philosophy, I practice traditional Chinese martial art, which sometimes helps in finding what Master Shifu calls "inner peace." For me, this experience has been a source of inspiration on how to justify Taoist claims, and it led me to Alston's work on divine perception. Hopefully I could one day contribute to the topic of religious experience from an Oriental perspective.