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Landscape Architect

Syracuse, NY, 13210
around 40,000 annually
August 30, 2012

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Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control-In Training, February 15th 2012


Design: Site design Community design and engagement Planting materials and design Process design

Construction documents Storm water management

Drawing: Computer drawing: AutoCAD, Photoshop, SketchUp+Vray, 3DMax+Vray, Illustrator Hand drawing

Analysis: Environmental analysis Ecological analysis Site and area analysis

Others: Microsoft Office Fluent Mandarin speaker


02/2012-05/2012 Atlantic States Legal Foundation Inc (ASLF): Environmental Benefit Program

Rain gardens are proposed along part of West Onondaga Street to collect and manage stormwater to reduce surface runoff and improve water quality. My duty is to design the front yard of ASLF from grading design to planting design, including stormwater volume calculating and pond size design. The goal of this project is to use Green Infrastructure for environmental improvements and to enhance the streetscape.


The Honor Society of Sigma Lambda Alpha, membership 2011-2012

45% tuition scholarship (SUNY-ESF) 2011-2012


State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY

Master of Landscape Architecture May 2012 GPA:3.602/4.00

Related Courses: Community Design & Planning Seminar in Urban Design Planting Design & Practice Stormwater Management Construction Document Comprehensive Land Planning Behavioral Factors in Community Design

China Agricultural University, Beijing, China

Bachelor of Agronomy in Landscape Architecture

Related Courses: Landscape Architecture Design Architectural Design Landscape Planning Ornamental Trees Landscape Ecology of Gardens General Genetics Plants Nursery Color, 2 dimension and 3 dimension design Floriculture


Rethinking the Riverfront-From Binghamton and Colonial Plazas to Otsningo Park, Northside Neighborhood, Binghamton, NY. Capstone Project (for the MLA). The purpose of this project was to improve the economic condition of Binghamton by redesigning vacant and underutilized properties to attract new residents and new business along the Chenango River waterfront in the Northside Neighborhood, 09/2011-05/2012.

Zenda Farm Preserve Master Plan. Studio Project. Worked for Center For Community Design Research of SUNY-ESF with Thousand Islands Land Trust (TILT). Provided TILT with three Master Plan alternatives for the Zenda Farm Preserve to discuss and consider as a step towards the preparation of a final Master Plan and Management Plan, 01/2011-05/2011.

Night Garden. Undergraduate Final Project. Based on the conclusions from Nightscape Research, Shuangxiu Garden was designed with consideration of people’s five senses. The goal was to make the garden accessible and safe for people to visit at night, 09/2009-06/2010.

Nightscape Research. University Research Program. Mastered the features and requirements of nightscape construction through analysis of current nightscape strategies in Beijing’s gardens, 05/2009-05/2010.

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