About our editorial staff

Editor in chief

Jason Li is the founder and webmaster of World Wide Pop. During the week, he works in R&D land, conducting qualitative research and designing interactive systems. He is also writing and illustrating a graphic novel in his spare time. He currently lives in Hong Kong, where he grew up, but he has also lived in Canada, the US and most recently Spain. For more about him, see his personal website.


Senior writers

Robin Peckham is a writer and curator based in the Pearl River Delta, currently researching international rhetorics of abstract painting and the historical foundations of pseudo-conceptual art in China. A founder of the Society for Experimental Cultural Production, he has previously been affiliated with major commercial space Boers-Li Gallery, pioneering alternative space Long March Project, now-defunct performance art venue Hart Salon Center for the Arts, landmark sound and music venue What?!, and digital architecture thinktank Crystal Media Center. He currently contributes to publications including LEAP, Artforum, Yishu, and ArtSlant, in addition to editing and translating critical volumes and exhibition catalogues on artists and architects across greater China.


Fred Dintenfass moved from the Midwest to the Far East in 2006. He lives in Beijing, working as a writer, editor, and DJ. When not tweeting and blogging up a storm, he spends a lot of time wandering the Chinese internets, trying to learn more about contemporary China and it’s future by studying what those darn kids are up to online.



Anna Codina lives in Girona (Catalunya), works as a strategy consultant specializing in small businesses and social media, and spends all her free time cooking for fun, knitting hats, walking the dog and untangling the world wide web. She blogs all over the place, mainly on Catalan tech blog Betes i Clicks.


Ila Tyagi is an Indian-born, Kuwaiti-bred, British-educated migrant in New York. She loves to read, write, and watch films.


Aditi Kibe is a strategy consultant based in London. She’s lived in various places around the world, including the US, Turkey, France, and the UK.


Felicity Rose is seeking to simultaneously master public policy, the California criminal justice system, and her overactive love of the written word. She grew up in Oregon, which would like to believe it was an independent nation, and has lived in London.


Aysegul Guzel lives in Istanbul. Dreamer, thinker, listener, social entrepreneur, strategic innovation consultant and founder at zumbara.com: a time bank + social networking website.


Peter Chai (bio pending)


Jimena Acosta is and independent curator focusing on Contemporary Art and Design. She lives and works in Mexico City. She has curated exhibitions for Museums, art fairs in Mexico and abroad. On May 2010 she lauched with designer Antonio Gurrola A6 (www.a-seis.com) a blog dedicated to Mexican Design. Her traveling exhibition Transit Cases: Chairs from Mexico, co-curated with designer Emiliano Godoy will be presented at the Kunstindustrimuseet in Copenhagen from September 15th to October 2nd, 2010.


Winston Len is a New York-based writer from Singapore. Before he became a writer, he worked in finance and can abbreviate anything. As a graduate of a very liberal arts college, he learnt how to give CPR to furry little animals.


Ignasi Surroca (bio pending)


Marco Sparmberg (bio pending)


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