Urban Planning





  • Bachelor of Engineering (Urban Planning), Tongji University, 1993;

  • Master of Architecture, Tongji University, 1996;

  • PhD of Urban Planning, Tongji University, 2004.


  1. Coordinator of Collaboration Project between UN-Habitat and Tongji University since 2011.

  2. National Registered Planner since 2000.

  3. Member of the Architectural Society of Shanghai China, since 2015.

  4. Member of Professional Committee of Urban Sociological Association, Chinese Sociological Association, since 2014.

  5. Deputy-director of Municipal Bureau of Planning and Land Authority, Yangpu Division (Shanghai) (temporary position),2014-2015.

  6. Column editor of journal Urban Planning Forum(China),2007-2014.

  7. Visiting Scholar at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia, Aug.- Nov., 2012

  8. Visiting Scholar at UCSD, USA, Jul. – Oct., 2009.

  9. Visiting Scholar at Universität Stuttgart, Germany, 2007;

  10. Visiting Fellow at TU-Berlin, Germany, Jun.-Aug., 2003.


  • Graduate/Spring/Urban Society, Space and Planning

  • Year 3/Spring/Undergraduate/Principles of Rural Planning

  • Year 2/Spring/Undergraduate/Principles of Urban Planning A

  • Year 4/5/ Spring/Undergraduate/Graduation Design

  • Year 4/Spring/Undergraduate/Urban Design

  • Year 3/Spring/Undergraduate/Residential Districts Planning

  • Year 3/Fall/Undergraduate/Community Center Design

Research Interests

  • Housing research, community planning, urban sociology, urban renewal, rural planning, gender and environmental issues in planning

Recent Research

  • Research on Planning Control and Remediation of Slow-motion Technology Disasters in Urban Areas,Sponsored by National Natural Scientific Foundation.

  • Research on Strategies to Accelerate the Construction of New Cities in Shanghai during the Period of the Twelfth Five-Year-Plan,Sponsored by Shanhgai Planning Office of Philosophy and Social Science.

  • Research on Guidelines for Planning of Large-scale Communities in Shanghai, Sponsored by Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Planning and Land Resources.

  • Research on Conservation Planning of Zhang’s Garden Area, Sponsored by Municipal Bureau of Planning and Land Authority, Jing’an Division (Shanghai).


  1. Several Issues Concerning the Study of Chinese Urban Sociology, Urban Planning Forum, 2016(2):45-49.

  2. Planning for the people and Collaborative Planning and Precision Planning, Urban Planning Forum, 2016(1):8.

  3. Planning Remediation and Regeneration for Landfill Sites,Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2016(1):28-36.

  4. Planning Remediation of Industrial Sites Triggered by Slow-motion Technological Disasters,Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2015(6):79-85.

  5. Evaluation of Planning Implementation in the Perspective of Slow-motion Technological Disaster,Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2015(5):70-74, 80.

  6. Community Everyday Space and Historical Memory in Urban Renewal: Practice of Urban Renewal Program and Planning of Jiegyan Lane, Tengzhou, in Community, Space, Governance, Shanghai: Tongji University Press, 2015: 144-159.

  7. Urban and Rural Planning Education under the New Normal and the Enlightenment of UCL, in Social Integration and Multi symbiosis: National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China Annual Conference Proceedings 2016’,Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press, 2015:3-10.

  8. Stimulating Local Cultural Capital in Urban Renewal in the Global Era: A Case Study of Urban Renewal Planning of Jieguan Lane Project, Tengzhou, Global Urban Studies,No.8, グローバル都市研究,8号(2015):5-27.

  9. Time Dimension of Community and Community Planning,Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2015(4):21-26.

  10. Stimulating Local Cultural Capital in Urban Renewal: A Case of Urban Renewal Program and Planning of Jieguan Lane, Tengzhou, Urban Planning Forum, 2015(2):110-118.

  11. Governance of Public Space and Concern for Female, China Women’s News, B1 January 06 2015.

  12. Preliminary Exploration on the Feasibility of Shanghai Olympic Games under the Goal of Global City, Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2014(6):129-137.

  13. The Relationship between the Dreams of New Urban Women and Globalization as well as Urbanzation,Journal of Shandong Women’s University,2014(6):6-9.

  14. Rural Planning Education and Courses Provision in Anglo-Australian Planning Schools,National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China Annual Conference Proceedings 2013’:57-62.

  15. Slow-motion Technological Disaster in the Viewpoint of Urban & Rural Planning:Planning Introspection on Public Environmental Disasters in the USA in late half of 20th Century,Shanghai Urban Planning Review,2013(4):44-49.

  16. Research on Sociology of Disaster in the Perspective of Urban and Rural Planning,National Steering Committee of Urban and Rural Planning Education in China Annual Conference Proceedings 2012’:260-264.

  17. Chinese Version of The New Urban Sociology (3rd Edition, by Mark Gottdiener and Ray Hutchison), Shanghai: Shanghai Translation Publishing House, 2011.

  18. The New Urban Sociology: The Paradigm Shift of Western Urban Sociology since 1970s, Journal of Tongji University Social Science Section, Vol.22, 2011(6):53-57,104.

  19. Digital Media and Participation in the Post-Disaster Recovery Planning, Transition and Restruction: Proceedings of National Planning Annual Conference in China 2011’, Nanjing: Southeast Universty Press, 2011:3707-3714.

  20. Demographic,Housing,Vitality and Equity of Large Communities:Sociological Thinking on Planning Concepts and Strategies of Large Communities in Shanghai, Time + Architecture, 2011(4):24-29.

  21. Exploration on the Decline of Rural Architectural  Culture in the Process of Rapid Urbanization:The Cases of Rural Villages in Jiangsu-Zhejiang-Shanghai Coastal Area, Development of Small Cities & Towns, 2011(11):93-99.

  22. The Regulation System Exploration of Rural Community Planning in North America: The Cases of the United States and Canada, Urban Planning International, 2011(3):79-86.

  23. From Garden Cities to Sustainable Social Cities of Tomorrow: Review of Sociable Cities: the Legacy of Ebenezer Howard by Peter Hall and Colin Ward, Urban Planning Forum, 2009(4): 113-116.

  24. Chinese Version of Sociable Cities (by Peter Hall and Colin Ward), Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press, 2009.

  25. Socio-spatial Segregation in Metropolitan Nuclei Areas: A Case Study of Nanjing Xilu Street, Shanghai, Urban Planning Forum, 2006(3): 76-84.

  26. Urban Social Stratification and Residential Segregation, Shanghai: Tongji University Press, 2006.

  27. Models of Urban Residential Segregation:Residential Segregation in Metropolis Shanghai, Urban Planning Forum, 2004(5): 65-72.

  28. Interaction between Chinese traditional residential environment and classical culture, The Architect, 2003(1).