David L. Bandurski
An expert on Chinese journalism and communication, Mr. Bandurski is currently a part-time researcher at the Institute of China Studies at the University of Heidelberg. He is also co-director of the China Media Project, dividing his time between Germany and Hong Kong. Mr. Bandurski’s books include Dragons in Diamond Village (Penguin/Melville House), a work of reportage about urban development in China, and Investigative Journalism in China (Hong Kong University Press).
Currently a researcher at the Institute of China Studies at the University of Heidelberg, Ms. Zhu has her research focus on political communication, media perceptions and China’s social changes.
Dr. Senz is Professor for Contemporary Chinese Studies at the University of Heidelberg. Her research focuses on state-society relations particularly in the field of local politics, environmental governance, and the development of Chinese borderlands. Another research interest are current developments in European-Chinese relations with regard to patterns of cooperation and distinction.