I'm the director of a documentary about child trafficking in China that you can watch for free, and author of a recent piece in the Atlantic about trafficking in US-China adoption. AMA about that stuff or China in general.
First of all, proof:
Those are both pretty public and widely-known to be me, but if you need anything more by way of proof let me know and I'll see what I can do.
Second of all, yes, I'm also the guy who did the AMA about having been a servant for a rich guy a year or so ago. It was fun, so I figured why not do one for my current work?
I directed a documentary film with my wife (who also once did an AMA through my account, actually) called Living with Dead Hearts. It's about the families of kidnapped kids in China and what they go through to try to get their kids back. It's really fucking depressing. You can watch it for free here. (And you can also buy DRM-free downloads on that site if you're feeling supportive).
You also might have come across an article I wrote last week on the website of The Atlantic or ChinaFile. It's a long read about US-China adoption, trafficking, and adoption fraud, and it seems to have caused a bit of a stir in the China adoption community.
Other things I've done that may be interesting:
I'm currently an editor at Tech in Asia, a startup tech blog that covers tech (mostly web/mobile) throughout Asia, so I know a fair amount about China's internet.
I founded and wrote the China blog ChinaGeeks, although I haven't updated it much recently, so I spent several years looking at and translating essays and news articles related to Chinese social issues and political problems.
A couple years ago I got into a very public spat with Chinese TV host Yang Rui, who threatened to sue me and said publicly that the police should "investigate my background" because I was probably a criminal. That was fun.
I've met and talked to a lot of other people, from farmers to dissidents, for other China-related media projects.
I'll be working today as usual (I work from home) and I also like to take some time to compose a thoughtful response, so I may not respond to your question immediately, but I will get to all of them eventually. Seriously, if you ask a legitimate, relevant question that has not been answered elsewhere, I will answer it.