In this thesis, I worked to find and analyze China's sustainability at a national and province level. One approach to measure the sustainability is to develop composite indicators to represent the three dimensions: economic, environmental, and sociocultural. By examining data at the province level, I sought to identify relationships between at least two of the dimensions. While collecting data, I narrowed my focus to trying to identify some relationship between education, social wellbeing, and economic status as a measure of China's sustainability. During this presentation, I will explain my process of finding and analyzing the data, and the many stumbles during my research that led me to success.