I received her Ph.D. in Art History from UCLA. My specialty is art in East Asia, especially focusing on visual encounters and exchanges between East and West as well as transnational art movements within Asia. I have taught classes on Asian art at several universities. I have worked in the curatorial divisions at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the National Palace Museum at Taipei, where I was in charge of producing a “digital museum” project which combined cutting-edge digitization technologies and Buddhist iconography and philosophy to create a virtual exhibition of Buddhist scripture illustrations. I am currently a research fellow at the Digital Studies Center, Rutgers University and teaching a course on Chinese art focusing on both traditional and digital approaches.