Luan Hui was born in Dazhou City, Sichuan Province, in June 1975. She graduated from Sichuan Normal University in 1996 with a BA degree. In 2007, she earned her Ph.D degree in literature from Sichuan University. Since then, she has been teaching Chinese as a foreign language in the Department of International Chinese, at the School of Foreign Languages, Southwest Jiaotong University. She is the member of the Chinese Comparative Literature Association and a Mandarin Chinese examiner in Chengdu. Her research interests are in comparative literature and modern & contemporary Chinese literature. A book she co-authored, “The History of Chinese and Western Comparative Poetry”, was awarded first prize in 2010 for the Sichuan Philosophical and Social Science Achievement. In August, 2008, she went to the ODU in Virginia for the further study of English language and literature. In 2010, she was sent to teach Chinese at Chiangrai Rajabhat University, Thailand. The courses she taught included “The theory of teaching Chinese as a second language”, “The research of Chinese phonetics and pragmatics” for post-graduate students, “Business Chinese”, “Chinese Culture” and “Chinese Listening and Speaking” for graduate students. As a teacher at Southwest Jiaotong University, she teaches “Chinese Reading”, “Comprehensive Chinese”, “Chinese Listening and Speaking”, “HSK Tutorials” and “Intermediate Chinese” for international students from Europe, America and other Asian countries. Her classes are popular among students because she teaches students based on their natural abilities. She is good at inspiring and leading students according to their interests. She is adept at creating an active studying atmosphere, picking up student’s questions and solving them quickly.