Min is a sixth-year graduate student and a Royster fellow. She works in philosophy of mind, language, aesthetics, and classical Chinese philosophy. Her research addresses philosophical questions concerning speech perception, language learning, literary translation, aesthetic appreciation, and translating and interpreting philosophical concepts across intellectual traditions.
Before joining UNC, she received her Ph.D. in Philosophy of Science and Technology at Renmin University of China. Her dissertation was on the epistemic values of different proofs for the fundamental theorem of algebra. Before that, she studied Mathematics and Applied Mathematics at Lingnan Normal University, Zhanjiang where she got a bachelor degree in mathematics and applied mathematics.