I am in the 3rd year of my PhD at the Department of History at UCL. My research interests are in gender, bodily autonomy, and spatial dynamics, particularly as they manifested in late Qing and Republican China (1870s - 1937). My research examines how Western biomedical spaces introduced new forms of space for Chinese women during this period. I hold a MSc in Empires, Colonialism, and Globalisation (International History) from the LSE, as well as an LLB in Law from the LSE. I have previously taught Academic English at the National Taiwan Normal University while in Taipei for fieldwork, as well as worked as a private tutor for several years.