Chinadialogue.net pioneered web-based environmental information. Founder and editor Isabel Hilton tells us about her first experiences in China in the 1970s, her career in international journalism, the evolution of environmental reporting on China, and how meaningful cross-cultural conversations are facilitated through the internet and social media.
In this candid interview, Jeremy Goldkorn, Danwei founder and co-host of the ever-popular Sinica podcast, discusses his 20 years in China including his early experiences with Danwei and the many ways the country has changed since the day he arrived in 1995.
Vincent Ni is a journalist working for the BBC World Service in London. Most recently, he reported from Myanmar on its historic elections. He was previously a foreign correspondent for Caixin Media, reporting from Ukraine in 2014 and from Egypt
David Wertime is a Senior Editor at Foreign Policy. He has discussed Chinese media and U.S.-China relations on outlets including BBC television, Al Jazeera English television, Public Radio International, and Voice of America, and spoken before audiences that include the U.S.-China
Nigel Inkster is a director of Transnational Threats and Political Risk at the International Institute for Strategic Studies. He served for 31 years in the British Secret Intelligence Services (SIS). He had postings in Asia, Latin America and Europe and worked