Over the years, I have been fortunate to work with a range of cutting-edge organisations to design and deliver new products and services.
In 2011, I founded Marco Polo Project, a cross-cultural education design agency specialising in transformative experiential learning models that help participants develop self-awareness, resilience and empathy.
In 2012-2013, I contributed a regular column to Danwei Media – precursor to SupChina – sharing voices from the Chinese blogosphere.
In 2014, I worked with the Melbourne Writers Festival and the Beijing Bookworm as co-director of the Marco Polo Festival of digital literature.
In 2015, I joined the founding team of the China Australia Millennial Project (CAMP) to lead recruitment and summit operations.
Since 2016, I have worked as editor-in-chief with the Global Challenges Foundation, orchestrating new global narratives for a global shape-maker community creating new models of global governance to address global catastrophic risk.
Other organisations I have collaborated with include
In Melbourne: City of Melbourne, City of Yarra, Victorian Multicultural Commission, Melbourne University, Monash University, Latrobe University, Melbourne Knowledge Week, Multicultural Hub, Alliance Francaise de Melbourne, York Butter Factory, Impact Hub, Foundation for Young Australians, Language Connection, Level Up English, New Dream English, Polaron, Ethnic Community Council of Victoria, Australian GLBTIQ Multicultural Council, Melbourne Queer Film Festival, Midsumma Festival, Cultural Intelligence, Richmond West Primary School, Watsonia Heights Primary School, James Cook Primary School, Brighton Secondary College, Ivanhoe Girls Grammar School, Asia Education Foundation, Writers Victoria, Peril Magazine, Chinese Writers Festival, the Wheeler Centre for Books and Ideas, ShackWest, Cherchez La Femme, Florence Guild, Henley Club, Pozible, Australia China One-Belt-One-Road, Australia China Youth Association, G20 Young Entrepreneurs Alliance Australia.
In Australia: Sydney University, Sydney Ideas (Sydney), ANU Centre for China in the World, Australia China Council (Canberra), Superhero Spaces (Perth).
In Europe: Fondation pour l’innovation politique, Paris-Sorbonne University, Institut Catholique de Paris, Ecole Normale Superieure, Wendigo Films, 59 Rivoli, All Angels Gone, Editions Gaies et lesbiennes, Editions Gallimard, Regards Citoyens (Paris), THNK School of Creative Leadership, Doctor Monk (Amsterdam), School of Oriental and Asian Studies (London), Leeds University (Leeds), Manchester University (Manchester), Trinity College (Dublin), G20YEA Germany, Berlin-Brandenburgisches Institut für Deutsch-Französische Zusammenarbeit in Europa (Berlin), Hacking Chinese (Stockholm).
In Asia: Singapore Writers Festival, Books Actually, Raffles Institution (Singapore), Tsinghua University, Yeeyan, G20YEA China (Beijing), Alliance Francaise de Tianjin (Tianjin), Suzhou Bookworm (Suzhou), Chengdu Bookworm (Chengdu), Nanjing University (Nanjing), Fudan High School, Penfold’s, Italki, XinChejian, Hu Cafe, China30s (Shanghai), YiGather (Guangzhou), Design for Social Impact Leadership (Bangkok), School of Slow Media (Hanoi / Phnom Penh / Manila)