As a third-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 also works on improving fairness in machine learning for travel mode choice prediction. 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.