I have lived, studied and worked for long periods of time in different cities across China and Europe. I submitted my PhD dissertation, entitled: ' Producing China: The Politics of Space in the Making of Modern China', in September 2013, and successfully completed my viva voce in December 2013.
My trans-disciplinary research is at the intersection of Geography and International Relations. My current research focuses on the 'politics of the air' and deals with questions of technology, pollution, security, territory and governance. The research I work on is primarily focused on discussing these themes in the Chinese context.