David Bandurski is co-director of the China Media Project and editor of the project’s website. He is currently a fellow of the Robert Bosch Academy in Berlin. He is the author of Dragons in Diamond Village, a book of reportage about urbanization in China (Penguin Random House, 2015), and co-author of Investigative Journalism in China, a book of eight cases on Chinese watchdog journalism. In addition to his work with the China Media Project, David is a producer of Chinese independent films through his Hong Kong production company, Lantern Films. His latest feature production, Nailhouse, is currently in post-production.


Last Updated: April 16, 2018



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