Dr Jonathan Chatwin is a non-fiction writer and journalist, and the author of Long Peace Street: A walk in modern China, which fuses travel and history to tell the story of modern China.
His essays and articles have been published by CNN, the British Film Institute, the South China Morning Post and the Los Angeles Review of Books amongst others, and he writes regularly on Chinese history and culture for a range of publications. Jonathan is also the author of Anywhere Out of the World, a study of the work of traveller and writer Bruce Chatwin. He lived in China for a number of years, and has travelled widely in the country. He is currently writing a book on Deng Xiaoping’s 1992 Southern Tour, which will be published by Bloomsbury in 2024.
Jeremiah is a writer and historian based in Beijing since 2002. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of California, Davis, and taught Late Imperial and Modern Chinese History for over 15 years. Jeremiah is frequently asked to speak and lead workshops on history, culture, and cultural adaptation for students, embassies, companies, and community groups and is the proprietor of Beijing by Foot, which organizes educational programs and historic walking tours of Beijing's most famous sites and less-traveled byways. Along with David Moser, Jeremiah hosts the podcast Barbarians at the Gate.