Kunyu Wang is a PhD candidate at Texas A&M University. He received B.Sc. in Chemistry (Po-Ling class) from Nankai University in 2018, where he studied metal−organic frameworks under the guidance of Prof. Wei Shi. In 2017, he went to Northwestern University as an undergraduate researcher in Dr. T. David Harris’ group to study semiquinoid molecular magnets. In 2018, Kunyu joined Prof. Hong-Cai Zhou’s research group at Texas A&M University. His research interest now focuses on novel strategies to design multi-component and hierarchical metal−organic frameworks. During his study, Kunyu has published 31 peer-reviewed articles, including 8 first/co-first author papers on top-notch journals, such as Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., ACS Materials Lett., ACS Cent. Sci., Trends. Chem., Chem. Soc. Rev., and Matter. Besides, he has presented his research in many conferences, including the RSC Faraday Discussion, Gordon Research Conference, and ACS National Meeting.