Wing-Yin (Marco) See is a PhD researcher at KU Leuven and a team member on the project ‘Regionalizing Infrastructures in Chinese History.’ He obtained his Bachelor's (2018) and MPhil (2020) degrees at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His MPhil thesis focused on the reforms of imperial sacrificial rituals in mid-Northern Song China (1050s-1070s) and their political and intellectual significance. One of the thesis’ chapters was later published as a peer-reviewed journal article: “The Combination of Political Agenda and Ritual Scholarship: A New Understanding of the “Puyi” Debate in the Northern Song Dynasty” (in Chinese). His academic interests later shifted towards the development of Neo-Confucianism in Chinese local societies between the 13th and 14thcenturies. Under the supervision of Prof. Hilde de Weerdt, his doctoral research will focus on the transformation and decline of Neo-Confucian intellectual lineages in 1200-1400.