Christina Xu works with small teams to design lightweight structures and processes that improve communication and collaboration. She is also an ethnographer with a focus on emergent uses of tech and digital practices, especially in China. She is a trustee of the NYC chapter of the Awesome Foundation and an advisor to Orbital and the Data&Society Research Institute.
In previous lives, Christina ran Breadpig, where she provided strategic, production, and fulfillment assistance to over $2 million worth of crowdfunding campaigns for artists, cartoonists, and authors. She has also co-founded a conference/convention about internet culture called ROFLCon, and wrote an undergraduate thesis on the history of instant messaging."