Hong Kong and Beijing
B.A. Art History (minor in Business studies) New York University
Master of Architecture, MIT
Born and raised in Hong Kong and Beijing, Kailin joins the MSRED program after completing her Master of Architecture ’21 at MIT SA+P. She is a founding member of SA+P China Student Association, she helped draft the SA+P 2020 Climate Action Plan and is a member of GrowingChange, an architecture and planning collective made up of MIT SA+P students and alumni that works with underserved communities on their design and planning needs. Kailin has collaborated with MIT Future Heritage Lab as a fabricator and designer for an installation at the new MIT Museum in Kendall Square. Kailin holds a Bachelor of Art History with a minor in Business studies from New York University.