Hsiu-ping Lee is Assistant Research Fellow of Chinese Archaeology at the Institute of History and Philology (IHP), Academia Sinica. He was educated at National Taiwan University and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), and received his PhD in Archaeology from UCLA in 2018. His research concerns the archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age, focusing on exploring the interactions between different societies, cultures, and regions in Early China. Currently, he is working on the research of interregional interactions in the Erlitou Period and the Late Shang Period. The former is the extension of his PhD dissertation “Erlitou and Its Neighbors: Contextualizing Interregional Interaction in the Central Yellow River Region in Ancient China.” The latter is his new research project, investigating how Anyang, the Late Shang capital, interacted with its surrounding regions and socio-political groups based on the collected archaeological data of the IHP.