Jeremy Goldkorn is the founder and director of Danwei, a website and research firm that tracks Chinese media and Internet. The site has tracked the changes in China’s media and Internet on a daily basis since 2003 and provides custom research to financial, government and corporate clients. According to The London Review of Books, “Danwei gives a range of sources, news and opinions on China that no mainstream news organisation can match”.
Born in Johannesburg, South Africa, he has lived in Beijing since 1995. He has lived in a workers dormitory, ridden a bicycle across Xinjiang and Tibet, written for publications as diverse as The New York Times and Cosmopolitan‘s China edition (时尚杂志), covering a range of subjects from media regulation, Internet business, freedom of expression, the habits of young Chinese Internet users, Sino-African affairs, the Great Wall and Chinese consumer culture. He is an affiliate of the Australian Centre on China in the World at the Australian National University and a co-editor of the China Story Yearbook. Goldkorn is a regular speaker at English and Chinese language conferences and events.
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