I studied Chinese philosophy in the Department of Philosophy and religious studies of Nanjing University from 2019 to 2022, and obtained a master's degree in Chinese philosophy in 2022. My master's program is Extend the Vessel to Accomplish the Tao: The Somatics of Wang Fuzhi. Wang Fuzhi was a master of Confucian philosophy during the Ming and Qing dynasties. Through his construction of body philosophy, he made his philosophy completely different from the form of philosophy starting from the mind, consciousness, or concept, highlighting the research direction of traditional Chinese philosophy's "rooted in the body" thinking.
In January 2023, under the guidance of Professor Bart Dessein from Ghent University, I began conducting my doctoral research project on the The Development of the concept Datong in Chinese history. The project aims to sort out the development and evolution of the Great Harmony Thought in China. It not only showcases the different characteristics and development directions of the Datong Thought research in different historical periods, but also provides a theoretical analysis of the reasons for these different characteristics and development directions.