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 had been 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.
She was previously a Shanghai-based reporter and business development executive for The South China Morning Post, which she first joined in 2002 under the SCMP-Peking University Newsroom Internship Programme. She also interned as a business reporter for Shanghai Daily, as a news editor with CCTV 9 China Business Guide, and as a reporter and web news editor with 21st Century, a subsidiary of China Daily.
Ms. Woo is a graduate of the School of Journalism and Communication at Peking University, and as an English-language student at Guangdong University of Foreign Studies wrote for and edited Tide Magazine, a campus journal.
Ms. Woo is now working for Bloomberg in Beijing, covering finance and non-commercial banks beat.
You can read about her experiences on the course here.