Senbo is an artist and a designer whose strength is to fuse conceptual thinking with the craft of making. He received a Master of Landscape Architecture at Rhode Island School of Design where he focused on the integration of studio art and landscape architecture. Practicing as a public artist, Senbo tried to build connection between people, public places and local culture in his public art practice “Hidden food project”. Interested in pottery and ceramics, Senbo used ceramic sculpture to capture the form of water movement as a tool of representation in his landscape thesis “Water and Time”. Working as a landscape architect, Senbo now is working on Suzhou Grand Canal Waterfront Project in TLS, continuing his exploration of the relationship between craftsmanship and conceptual design, local culture and public space, art and landscape architecture.