Institute of Cultural Heritage, Shandong University
72 Binhai Rd, Jimo, Qingdao, 266237, Shandong Province, China
Ph.D. in Archaeology Department, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)(1998-2001)
M.A. in Archaeology Department, Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS)(1996-1998)
B.A. in Archaeology Department , Wuhan University(1988-1992)
Underwater Archaeology , Han-tang Period Archaeology, World Heritage
2007-2008, Fellow, Dumbarton Oaks, Harvard University.
2006, Starr Foundation Fellow, CASVA, National Gallery of Art. U.S.A
2002-2003, Visiting Scholar, Harvard-Yenching Institute, Harvard University.
2013, From Quanzhou to Ceylon: Maritime Trade between Ming Empire and Ancient Sri Lanka, Chinese Academy of Cultural Heritage, Research Prize
2006, A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Han-Tang Period, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences(CASS), Research Prize
2003, Family Linage and Ethnic Transition of the Doulu Famil, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Research Prize
2003, A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Han-Tang Period, Chinese Cultural Relics News, Top 10 Archaeology Monographs of the Year
2000, Serindia (Translation, Cooperated), Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Translation Prize
2013-2015, Archaeological Survey of the Maritime Port Cities: Quanzhou, Zhangzhou, Guangzhou, Ningbo, etc..
2005-2006, Archaeological Survey of altars and temples in Beijing City..
2000-2001, Archaeological Survey of ceremonial buildings in Han-tang Period capitals.
2000, Excavation at Mühlen-Eichsen Site, Germany.
1997, Excavation of Guigong Palace Site of Han Capital Chang’an.
1992-1996, Excavation of Palace City of Capital Luoyang;
1991, excavation of Guojiagang Site, Hubei Province.
A Study on Ceremonial Architectures of Han-Tang Period, Relics Publish House, 2003, Beijing.
The Archaeological Discovery and Research of Ancient Chinese Capital (cooperated), Social Science Academic Press,2016, Beijing.
From Quanzhou to Ceylon: Maritime Trade between Ming Empire and Ancient Sri Lanka, Academic Monthly, Vol. 7, 2013
Chinese Archaeology：Qin and Han (cooperated), China Social Sciences Press, 2010.
Chinese archaeology: discoveries and achievements (1949~2009) (cooperated), Renmin Publish House, Beijing, 2010.
Seaports,Shipwrecks,and Trade Cargoes: an archaeological perspective on Maritime Silk Route, Journal of Maritime History Studies, Volumn IV, 2021.
Family Linage and Ethnic Transition of the Doulu Family—Clues from the Tomb Stele Inscriptions, Acta Archaeologica Sinica, Vol.2, 2003.
A Study on the Shangyanggong Palace Site of Tang Dynasty, Archaeology, No.2, 1998.
UNESCO, Paris, “Underwater Archaeology and Maritime Silk Route”( 2015).
Getty Museum, U.S.A, “Gemstone Trade on Maritime Silk Route” (2014)
Durham University, U.K., “Ceramic Trade between Hormuz and Quanzhou in the Ming Dynasty” (2013)
Guangdong Museum: “Ports, Shipwrecks and Trade Route: Archaeological findings on Maritime Silk Route” (2015)
Kyushu University, European Science Foundation: “Byzantine Coins found in China: from China to the Mediterranean World” (2010)
Harvard University, U.S.A. “Heaven Altar and Bright Hall: Ritual Facilities of Tang Empire” (2002)
National Gallery of Art / Stanford University, U.S.A. “Heaven Altar and Imperial Temple: Ritual Buildings in Beijing” (2006)
Washington University at St. Louis. U.S.A. “Palace, Altar and Garden: Discoveries from Chinese Capital Sites” (2007)
National Research Institute of Culture Heritage, Korea. “Ritual Facilities in Ancient Chinese capitals” (2007)
Ravenna University, Italy. “Ritual Pits Found at Yinxu Site” (2004)
University of Bristol, England. “The Made Nature: an Archaeological Perspective on Tang Gardens” (2008)