The paper is based on her Research Project in her master's study. This study examines the current status as well as opportunities and challenges to POME-based HVO in the country from both the perspectives of industry and government. She has conducted not only careful policy analysis and data crunching but also in-depth interviews with experienced industrial key informants and policymakers from various government agencies. The full text is now available here.
At the same time, Min Li also collected 36 credits from other taught courses to complete her master’s study with a CGPA of 3.88 in just 12 months. It’s hard to believe in the first place but everything was done online including the extensive interviews with the stakeholders. She rightly serves as an inspiration to other students to perform both academically and professionally well. Min Li is now back in the field again (and promoted) doing what she is best at. Triple congratulations again to her for completing her master’s with distinction, publishing her very first research paper, and getting a job promotion!