As a second-year student in the MCP/MST dual-degree program, Yunhan graduated from Peking University with a dual-degree in Urban Management and Economics. Her current research focuses on China's unique transportation policies and their social-economic implications. She is now working on projects measuring policy leakage of Beijing's car ownership restriction in neighboring cities and estimating the economic effect of high-speed rail in China. She has conducted previous research delineating the information dissemination pattern in Beijing’s real estate market in support of building a more complete and integrated Chinese housing information dissemination system. In her spare time, she loves cooking, playing badminton and playing the piano.