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Huichao Feng

Huichao's research focuses on the relationship between the Mosuo (a small ethnic group in China) dwellings as ‘inhabited space’, architectural form and its evolution under the impact of cultural and social changes. Titled 'Cultural Architectural Assets: a new framework to study changes and continuity of dwellings of Mosuo tribes in transitions', her doctoral thesis provides a new framework of interpreting changes and continuity of Mosuo dwellings. Her research is supported by the China Scholarship Council.