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If you are from the media, this is the best place to start. These pages are progressively being improved with more content.
Or proceed to my separate pages on academic research on media, or my books or media shows.

Request an interview with David Feng

I welcome the media with wide open arms. Please be sure to review important information before making a request. You should generally hear back from me within 36 hours (if you are making a first-time request). This is the exact same procedure to follow if you want me on a show as a one-off guest.

Ensure that the content of your request is relevant to the topic of railways.

Get David to co-produce or co-host a show

Please check that the topic you’re after is one I know well — ideally, one I can easily do a talk on. Then email me directly. Also follow this exact same procedure if you want me to contribute to a blog or other online presence as a regular guest contributor.

Get David to emcee an event

Arrangements to emcee your event can for the moment only be made via authorised references. However, if you are interested, you may still choose to contact me.

Note: For the smoothest running of your event, make me part of your organisational team and make sure I meet with all who will be onstage at the event.

Get David to do a voiceover for you

You can choose to either take a look at my previous projects, or email me directly to talk about doing a voiceover for your project. Most of the voiceover work I have done previous were in English, and I’ve a mostly British accent.

Get David’s quick bio

David Feng (PhD) is a China rail specialist. Also involved with the media, both in theory and in practice, he is currently producing the Next Station: China documentary, which will travel to every railway station in Mainland China. He has also drafted a book on a new set of standards for improving railway English at stations, and talks about the railways in China across the world, both in China, the UK, and at TEDx events.

In addition, David has emceed events, hosted radio shows, written books, improved China’s rail English, and is an avid world traveller. He was born in Beijing, grew up in Zürich, Switzerland, and is now back in Beijing.

Get David’s photos

Will be made available as of 15 April 2018.