Our Team

Qiuning Lyu 

As a Master student in the Faculty of Forestry at UBC, Qiuning is focusing on the project of forest therapy now. Since the forest is one of Meilleurs souvenirs in her childhood, she like staying with the forest and communicating with nature. As a nature enthusiast, from the first day here, she immersed herself in the study of various disciplines that form the theoretical basis of the natural world.  After a four-year undergraduate study at UBC, she has found it quite rewarding and fulfilling to study nature subjects and reinforced her thought to deeply study nature. She feels that Vancouver welcomed her with its friendly atmosphere and beautiful landscape when she first arrived as an international student. Therefore, she will continue to pursue her master’s degree in forestry and contribute to the natural environment.

 

 

 

 

 

Siying Huang 

Siying Huang was born and raised in Fujian, a province in southeastern China with the highest forest coverage in the country for 40 years. Siying studied her undergraduate in environmental art design at Xiamen University. Currently, she is focusing on the psychological and physiological effects of Forest Therapy on humans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jin Wang

Jin Wang was born and raised in Inner Mongolia, and she studied her Ph.D. degree in the Chinese Academy of Forestry. As a person who is close to nature, Jin is really interested in forest therapy. Her project is about the Sustainable Development of Forest Therapy in China.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Yinbo Zhang

zhangyinbo@sxu.edu.cn

Dr. Yinbo Zhang is a visiting scholar of the University of British Columbia (UBC), and she is also an associate professor of the College of Resources and Environment at Shanxi University of Finance and Economics. Her research focused on biological geography and biodiversity conservation, including (i) distribution patterns of biodiversity based on the database in national and regional scales; (ii) priority conservation of biodiversity based on Systematic Conservation Planning (SCP); (iii) assessment of threatened status of plants according to IUCN Red List Categories and Criterion; (iv) impacts of climate change on biodiversity based on the species distribution modelling (SDM). She has published more than 30 academic papers in Biological Conservation, Biodiversity and Conservation, Journal for Nature Conservation, and others.