Caixin's Managing Editor Wang Shuo 王烁 describes the challenge for investigative journalists in China in the context of a changing media landscape and state control of information. He also discusses the stories his team has worked on, from high-speed rail accidents, to the one-child policy, to shadow banking - and Caixin's growing international audience.
Wang Shuo 王烁 is the co-founder and managing editor of Caixin, a leading Chinese business and finance media group. Wang Shuo provides high-quality news reports and leads an award-winning editorial team, which was honored by Stanford University with the Shorenstein Journalism Award. Wang Shuo is a World Economic Forum Young Global Leader. He received degrees in Philosophy from Renmin University and Peking University, an Executive MBA from Fordham and a Master’s in International Public Policy from Johns Hopkins.
This episode was recorded at UC San Diego Studio Ten300
Host: Samuel Tsoi Editors: Mike Fausner, Anthony King Production Support: Lei Guang, Susan Shirk, Amy Robinson, Sarah Pfledderer, Michelle Fredricks Music: Dave Liang/Shanghai Restoration Project Restoration Project Episode photo credit: Caixin Global