I find myself becoming involved with an ever increasing amount of activities. The following lists projects I have been working on recently.
Ray Power Energy Consulting (睿能世纪), Research Assistant
I worked on a research project on the use of energy storage for frequency regulation in power systems.
The China Economist, Energy and Environment Editor
The China Economist run by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) is a journal that publishes Chinese academic papers on social science issues in English for an international audience. I work on environmental and energy papers.
I work in a two-person team to edit the weekly newsletter Environmental China that is sent to over one thousand professionals working in environmental issues in China. It is also available online in a blog format.
- Environmental China, Issue 114, June 25th to June 1st, 2011 (PDF)
- Environmental China 115, July 1st to July 8th, 2011 (PDF)
- Environmental China, Issue 116, July 8th to July 14th, 2011 (PDF)
Greening the Beige, Blog Contributor
Greening the Beige (GtB) is a small environmental NGO based in Beijing, working to spread awareness, understanding, and support for environmental protection through events and community interaction. I contribute to the organization’s blog, reporting on environmental topics, environmental events, as well as doing media outreach for the organization itself.
- The Beijing Energy Network’s Environmental Challenge Open (ECO-BEN)
- Donate to Greening the Beige by Writing a Review for Localnoodles
- Viewing Smoking through an Environmental Perspective
The World Resources Institute’s EMBARQ sustainable transport and cities program manages TheCityFix blog, which provides insight on sustainable transport issues, report briefings and opinions as well as interviews with interviews with global leaders in the field. The blog recently suspended its Hindi program to begin a Brazilian program. I am a contributor to this blog.
The China Beat, Contributor
The China Beat is a blog with a readership of over 2,500 run by UCSD professor of modern Chinese history Jeffery Wasserstrom that covers recent publications on Chinese contemporary affairs.
Recent Post: A Couple of Conversations on Rights with Chinese Youth (see this post on my blog here)
Amateur Photographer at timquijano
I develop and share my interest in bringing light to some of the underreported and misunderstood circumstances of life in contemporary China through photography as seen on Flickr.