Born in China and growing up in southern California and now living in Central Texas, Lulu’s accumulated travel experiences developed her passion and appreciation of natural landscapes and architecture. From the vast lands of China to the palms of California to the deciduous mountains of Central Texas, she’s admired their unique beauties and vernacular designs.
She came from a diverse family of health care workers, engineers, and physicists, which eventually led her down the path to architecture. After graduating high school, Lulu traveled back to China to attend Tianjin University’s architecture program.
For her other passion in life, Lulu is currently working on a master’s degree in Historic Preservation at the University of Oregon while also on the pursuit of architect licensure. She also has experience in writing and research in the landmark designation process.
In addition to her interest in architecture and history, she also takes pleasure in learning about other cultures, Native American heritage, and foreign foods. In her off time, Lulu loves going on long walks with her little fur babes and enjoying a nice cup of tea.