Berlin-based Writer and Editor
I've traveled to coal mines in Mongolia, written about the illegal use of additives in gasoline in China, represented proxy voters at investor meetings in Texas, explained financial swaps to Chinese wind companies, edited personal finance articles, and championed renewable energy from Minnesota to China.
I've traveled extensively throughout Asia. Back in 2012, I bought a $300 Giant bicycle, left my job in Beijing and rode through China, Laos, and Thailand with my fiancé.
I speak Chinese. I live in Germany. It would probably be better for me to speak German.
I'm a feminist and a mother of two boys.
I Like Learning
I hope you do too.
In case you care about things like where I've studied, I have a MSc in Public Policy from the London School of Economics. I have a B.A. in International Political Science and Asian Studies from Colorado College. I also studied Chinese language at National Taiwan University.
I've taken writing classes through UC Berkeley, the Grotto in San Francisco, Left Margin Lit in Berkeley, the Reader Berlin, Comedy Cafe Berlin, and most recently through Second City.