Lake Lui is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She has a Ph.D. in Sociology (with a minor in Statistics) from the University of Washington. Her research examines how global forces like economic restructuring, migration, and sociocultural changes interact with national policies in affecting gender relations and the family in China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Her most recent works specifically discuss how social stratification affects migration and marriage dynamics in China, and how they, in turn, influence stratification. She uses both qualitative and quantitative methods in most social inquires, and has a strong belief in using mixed methods to generate new knowledge. Her major publications appear in Sociology, Social Forces, Journal of Family Issues, Asian Publication Studies, Modern China, and Chinese Sociological Review. She is also a book author of Renegotiating Gender: Household Division of Labour When She Earns more than He does. She was a recipient of The Emerald Literati Outstanding Paper award in 2017 for her paper entitled Sexual Harassment of Women in China: The Role of Liberal Sex Attitudes.