Major LAM Activities and
Secretary, 2008 board
LAM since 2006
to Los Alamos from Toronto, Canada in November 2006 and joined
LA Mountaineers in December 2006. Tianshu's first year
with LA Mountaineers has been a learning experience for her.
Many of her "first time" outdoor activities occurred with this
group of amazing people such as first time hiking in the canyon
and in the mud, first time backpacking and starting a campfire,
first time setting up a tent and sleeping in the wild nature.
A road runner of a big city transforming into a backpacker of
the wild country, she couldn't have imagined how much she would
love hiking on rugged trails, climbing high mountains, and
encountering wild flowers and animals. She is looking
forward to learning and experiencing more with the LA
Details about Tianshu
often asked what her name means in Chinese. Tian means sky and
Shu means comfortable. The name is from a Chinese poem.
The poet was swimming across the Yangzi River. He looked
at the sky and felt so comfortable. Tianshu likes
wilderness and city life. She loves traveling and fine
dining. She enjoys writing travel journals before going to
bed until running out of words and reading Travel edition on the
New York Times at Sunday morning with a cup of coffee.
Tianshu is a chemist by training. She is currently
employed in the hydrogen production project as a postdoctoral
fellow at Los Alamos National Laboratory.