I am a Hong Kong-based reporter for Quartz, covering Asia business and geopolitics.

Previously, I worked for a year as a freelance reporter, writing for publications like the New York Times, Washington Post, Quartz, South China Morning Post, and CityLab. I also co-host The Adventure Trail podcast with the SCMP.

In addition, I am working with Professor Zhigang Tao at the University of Hong Kong on a book about multinational strategy in China.

I  graduated in 2017 from Princeton University, where I majored in Spanish with a focus on Politics. From June to December 2017, I was a reporting intern at the Washington Post, covering social issues on the Local desk. I also interned there from June to August, 2016.

At Princeton, I was a member and co-president of the University Press Club, where I worked as a freelance reporter, writing for local as well as national publications. I also ran competitively for the varsity cross-country and track team. These days, you’ll find me running the trails of Hong Kong.

For a list of my work, check out my portfolio.

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