Reliable and conscientious public health graduate student with strong qualitative & quantitative research skills, more than three terms of research assistant experience, and two-year community service experience in health care settings 

Work History

Work History
Sep 2015 - Present

Part-time Chinese Instructor 

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver    
  • Prepare instruction materials based on student learning styles and interests
  • Teach Chinese language reading, speaking and writing to Grade 12 students
  • Create structured and interesting learning environment for students
  • Maintain student attendance and academic records
  • Communicate professionally with parents regarding children’s performance
  • Participate in staff meeting, conference and workshops
  • Keep record of students’ academic performance and provide positive feedback
  • Maintain great relationship with students, parents and other teaching staffs
Sep 2015 - Present

Teaching Assistant 

Simon Fraser University 
  • Prepare lab materials and hold tutorial session
  • Use various teaching methods to explain class material
  • Hold office hour and answer questions
  • Grade exams and assignments
  • Assist professor in delivering class material
Sep 2015 - Present

1-1 Psychology Tutor

Simon Fraser University 
  • Teach psychological knowledge to undergraduate students according to class requirements and learning objectives
  • Prepare tutoring materials based on student’s interests and questions
  • Create positive learning environment for students
  • Answer questions and hold review sessions for exams
Mar 2015 - Jun 2015

Editor & Office Assistant                                                                            

Longmen Express Ltd, Richmond, BC  Canada
  • Design company flyer and poster, graphic design, write and edit articles on company website
  • Use computer and Internet to collect information, conduct marketing research, analyze and enter data
  • Help with customer service and answer phone calls
  • Follow the instructions from supervisors and assist team members complete tasks


Sep 2015 - Present

Master of Public Health 

Simon Fraser University 
Courses taken: Biostatistics, Epidemiology, Occupational and Environmental Health, Public Health Practice
May 2013 - May 2015

B.A. in  Psychology

University of British Columbia 
Courses taken: Research Methods, Analysis of Behavioural Data, Health Psychology, Clinical Psychology
GPA 3.85 (82.8%)
May 2012 - Apr 2013

One-year undergraduate studiesin Psychology with Thesis 

University of Windsor, ON Canada 
Sep 2009 - Apr 2010

One year undergraduate studies in German

Shanghai International studies University, Shanghai China 

Research Experience 

Summer 2015        Attentional Neuroscience Lab Research Assistant
                                 University of British Columbia, Vancouver BC
  • Prepare study protocol, consent form and other research materials
  • Set up EEG machine
  • Conduct experiment and gather data
  • Manage multiple responsibilities and tasks such as introducing the experiment to participants, filling electrode gel into the electrode holes, measuring participants’ head size, and checking impedance of electrodes
  • Run experimental paradigms through Psychtoolbox
  • Provide instructions to the participants regarding the behavioral task
  • Debrief the participants
  • Turn off amplifier and EEG machine and clean up

Sept. 2013 – Apr. 2014   Research Assistant
                                            University of British Columbia 
  • Proposed research topic “parental care motives and baby-face bias” and helped design experiment
  • Successfully recruited over 58 volunteer participants at University of British Columbia
  • Conduct experiment and facilitated comfortable lab experience, interviewed participants
  • Collected data and analyzed data using SPSS
  • Conducted research online and wrote academic literature review relevant to the topic
  • Successfully completed directed studies course and one term paper: Your are more “baby” than your look: Aroused parental care motive and its impact on baby-face bias

Community Service

Sept. 2014 – Apr. 2015  Occupational Therapy Volunteer
                                           Vancouver Coastal Health (UBC Hospital)
  • Assisted senior people with disabilities using wheelchairs and doing rehabilitation activities
  • Interacted with senior people with disabilities
  • Worked collaboratively with supervisors, volunteers, and medical staff in the hospital

Jun. 5th-7th, 2014           Field Volunteer                               
                                       The 75
th Canadian Psychological Association Convention, Vancouver BC
  • Surveyed every session and provided information
  • Verified presenters and provided estimate account of attendees

Sept. 2013 – Apr. 2015   Volunteer Assistant                                         
                                            Coast Mental Health, Vancouver, BC

  • Ran craft groups and art projects with clients, coordinated and played card games with male clients in group-activities
  • Assisted female client attending art class in 1-1 program
  • Employed active listening and patience in dealing with all clients and worked collaboratively with co-workers and other volunteers 

Sept. 2012 – Dec. 2012  Exhibit Designer/ Tour Guide
                                            Canada South Science City, Windsor ON
  • Completed a 40-hour volunteer internship
  • Designed and prepared workshops
  • Represented Canada South Science City, answered questions, and provided relevant information to the public
  • Demonstrated patience and exceptional skills by leading 50-100 children in the center day camp
  • Assisted organization in daily operation, planning, and logistics to better serve patrons

2009-2010                       Student Coordinator of Student Union 
                                           Shanghai International Studies University, Shanghai China
  • Researched on festivals celebrated around the world to consider all students and cultural traditions
  • Planned events and strategies, delegated tasks, recruited performers and screened candidates
  • Collaborated with committee members and coordinated students
  • Demonstrated leadership
  • Served in the events in which 80-100 students who attended


Feb 2015 - Feb 2018

Standard First Aid CPR/ADE Level C 

Canadian Red Cross