The Wall Street Journal Asia Fellowship at NYU

Journalism fellowship at New York University's Business and Economic Reporting program at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute

Eva Woo

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The third “Wall Street Journal Journalism in Asia Fellowship” was awarded to Eva Woo, the first mainland Chinese journalist to win the fellowship.
 
Ms. Woo is based in the Bay Area and develops  executive training programs for visiting Chinese executives and officials at a Silicon Valley multi-national tech company. The programs are focused on US economic, business and tech content and have become platforms for dialogues and idea exchanges.

A business and economic researcher, writer and net-worker, she has a decade of experience working for top global media outlets and research firm in China and the US. She has worked in Beijing as a research consultant for a New York based hedge fund, a reporter for Bloomberg News, a reporter for Caijing magazine and Caixin media (a spin-off of Caijing) after finishing her studies at New York University during which she had written for Businessweek.com and Wall Street Journal.

Prior to that she was a special correspondent for The Washington Post’s Shanghai bureau since April 2005, covering stories on China’s
market reforms and its effects on society, and a Shanghai-based reporter and business development executive for The South China
Morning Post, which she first joined under the SCMP-Peking University Newsroom Internship Programme.

Ms. Woo is a graduate of the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University, and an International Business and English major at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies.

You can read about her experiences on the course here.

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