Jian Yi is an independent filmmaker and founder of the Good Food Fund under the China Biodiversity Conservation and Green Development Foundation. He founded the IFChina Original Studio in 2008, focusing on collecting social memories in rural China. He is a Yale World Fellow (2009), an Asian Cultural Council grantee (2008), an India-China Fellow at the New School (’08-’10) and a visiting fellow at Cambridge University (’07). Jian’s films have won international awards including at the Montreal World Film Festival and have been shown at numerous venues around the globe including New York’s Museum of Modern Arts. He graduated from the Beijing Broadcasting Institute and the University of Notre Dame. After making “What’s For Dinner?”, Jian started to focus on issues related to food and animals.