Belle Xiaobo Wang is a Ph.D. candidate in in Rhetoric and Composition with a concentration in transnational rhetoric and communication. She is a Second Century Innitiative doctoral fellow at Georgia State University. She is currently working on her dissertation: “Transnational Babel Building: Revising Professional and Technical Communication and Writing Textbooks for World Citizens.” Her research interests include transnational rhetoric and communication, comparative rhetoric, digital humanities, postmodern theories, feminist studies, social media, public spheres, and so on. She completed work on her M.A. thesis on Doris Lessing’s The Golden Notebook in 2010, arguing Lessing’s inheritance and transcendence of her masterpiece on Bildungsroman narrative from the perspective of postmodernity and the philosophy of the absurd. Her papers and research projects have been presented at academic conferences such as CCCC, ATTW, SAMLA, SWCA, and so on, and she has won travel grants and awards from MLA, RSA, Georgia State University’s Asian Studies Center and the Department of English. She has published journal articles and books both in China and in the United States. She has 6 years of teaching experience on the university level. Xiaobo is currently working on Chapter 5 of her dissertation.