Haisu (pronounced “Hi Sue!”) is a PhD candidate of Environmental Sociology. She is currently conducting an ethnographic study on the Holiday Farm Fire disaster and the survivor's well-being. Haisu teaches Sociology of Well-Being and leads empowerment women's self-defense workshops. Graduated from the former "CityU MFA", an MFA program in Creative Writing at the City University of Hong Kong, she has published creative non-fiction essays and short stories in Hong Kong and the UK. Her recent essay on why she dropped her 18-year old English name is a part of the anthology Intimate Strangers: True Stories from Queer Asia. Haisu is a Dreamers Ally. Her pronouns are she/her/hers.
Haisu is scheduled to teach SOC 416 Issues in Environmental Sociology, with a focus on technology, environment and well-being in Summer 2022.
Huang, Haisu. 2021. “Workers’ Acquiescence to Air Pollution: A Qualitative Study of Coal Miners in China.” Society & Natural Resources.