You may wish to review important information if you haven’t done so yet.
Or send a trains-related simple email instead.
Ensure the content of your request is relevant to trains (national railways / city metro).

There is a special place for David Feng when it comes to anything related to trains. This express form cuts down on the content needed on the standard forms and will help you get your request in faster. (Note: If you’ve a lot to say, write this offline first, save often, then copy and paste into the form.) You can use this form for any public engagement with David that involves trains in any way — interviews, documentary appearances, hosting any public events, public speaking, etc.

Trains only! You may be asked to make a second, standard form request if the main matter of your request is not related to trains. Also, you are encouraged to apply early. This applies in particular if your request is on a tight deadline, or if you want to get David to a live media event at a precise time.

This is Form DFV 870 (123B) (610) (91) (EN). This version is from 06 June 2018.

Important: This form is not to be filled in by a citizen of the People’s Republic of China who has household registration (hukou) on the mainland, or is a mainland citizen settled outside of the mainland (and holds a passport issued by the mainland of the PRC). Under relevant regulations, you must fill in the form on David Feng’s Chinese WeChat account instead.
If you hold a Resident Identity Card issued by a Chinese Mainland authority but are still a registered (permanent) resident (especially by way of household registration) of Hong Kong, Macao, or Taiwan (ie your card starts with 81, 82, or 83), and do not as yet possess Mainland Chinese household registration status, you may continue to fill in this form.
If you hold a one-way permit from the mainland to Hong Kong, Macao, or Taiwan, or a Chinese Travel Document, you may fill in this form.

Use this form only for rail/city metro-related matters. Your talk/interview or other request must be about trains. If using an email address from Microsoft (, Hotmail, Exchange) or Gmail, you will receive two emails. Follow instructions given carefully.

Validity: Good for requests made 06 June 2018 – 14 August 2018. If outside this date, you might be required to complete an additional form.

Your name

Your email

Name of your organisation

Describe the request you intend to make
Indicate if this is an interview, talk invitation, or any other matter.

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Note: The content of this request pertains to matters concerning railways. I am aware that, under the neutrality and security principles of the family of David Feng, that a strict policy of political and religious neutrality applies. I affirm under penalty of perjury that I am not inviting David Feng or a family member to a location or event of a political or religious nature. If media, I affirm under penalty of perjury that I am not immediately or directly owned by a political or religious organisation. (This message will be affixed to the end of your email.)

If you are requesting an interview or other concerned media engagement, please note that you are about to consent to the following regarding the interview:

  • I affirm I am authorised to request this interview on behalf of my organisation.
  • I affirm I have read the Important Information and are aware of the correct name to use for David Feng in the interview, depending on language.
  • I recognise that information on the Internet may be restructured and that the original link to the interview, if published online, might expire after a few years’ time.
  • Therefore, for the purpose of record keeping and visibility for future views, I authorise David Feng to make a full copy of the publicly published version of this interview and to post this on I understand that this will not apply if this is an internal interview only. I understand and authorise David Feng to translate the published interview into Chinese, German, French, Italian, and Rumantsch.
  • I understand I will remain credited as the author of this article, that editorial rights of this article shall remain with me, and that David Feng will not modify the original published interview in any way.

The above declaration will be included in your form when you click the Send button below.

Please review and double-check all your entries — when you’re done, simply send by pressing Send Request. Thank you!