Juan Du has practiced in the US, Europe and China, and founded her Hong Kong-based office IDU_architecture in 2006. Her design, research, and criticism works have been published internationally - including the Architecture Review, Domus, Urban China, Volume, Journal of Architectural Education, and CNN – with her newest book The Shenzhen Experiment just released by Harvard University Press. She has exhibited extensively, as well as curated, during multiple iterations of the Venice Architecture Biennale and the Shenzhen Hong Kong Biennale. Juan Du is also Associate Professor and Associate Dean (International Affairs) of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong, and has previously taught at MIT and Peking University. Juan holds a Doctorate from ETH Zurich and MArch from Princeton University and is the recipient of a US Fulbright Fellowship for research on contemporary Chinese urbanization and architecture.