See Yin Yeung is a PhD candidate in systematic theology from Hong Kong. Before coming to Princeton Theological Seminary, she earned a BA (Hons.) in physics and philosophy from St. Hilda's College, the University of Oxford; a Master of Christian Studies from China Graduate School of Theology, Hong Kong; and a MTh (systematic theology) from the University of Aberdeen, Scotland. In her research she is interested in rethinking the Reformed doctrine of the Lord's Supper by paying heed to the obvious Jewish context of the Last Supper. In particular, she hopes to make Jewish reflections on the Passover, the covenant-inauguration at Sinai, and meals (both sacrificial as well as in general) to bear on the Reformed understanding of the rite. In addition, Yeung is also interested the interdisciplinary dialogue between theology and disability studies. She is a member of the Society for the Study of Theology (UK).