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Amy Wu

Amy Wu spent 14 years in the newsroom before moving into higher education in 2009. She is currently a doctorate student at the Philip Merrill College of Journalism and writes regularly for the South China Morning Post. She spent six years working as a journalist and teaching journalism in Hong Kong, and has traveled widely throughout the Asia-Pacific region. She is a native New Yorker and earned her masters’ degree in journalism from Columbia University. She also enjoys swimming and completed the 28.5 mile Manhattan Island Marathon Swim as a relay in 2010.


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