Former: Chief Editor, China Economic Review; Beijing Business Correspondent, South China Morning Post. Formerly: editor and journalist in China, cultivating a deep knowledge of the political and economic situation. 2007, joined the Financial Times; former Beijing Correspondent and Deputy Beijing Bureau Chief; 2011, Beijing Bureau Chief, with overall responsibility for China coverage; since 2015, Asia Editor; oversees the FT’s coverage of the Asia region from Afghanistan to Australia, including China, India, Indonesia and Japan; directs the work of regional correspondents and oversees the editing and commissioning team in Hong Kong. Young Global Leader, World Economic Forum (2013). Fluent in spoken and written Mandarin Chinese. Regularly contributes commentary for other media. Speaker. Author of The Bo Xilai Scandal (2012). Recipient of numerous reporting prizes, both individually and as part of FT teams; named Journalist of the Year, Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) Editorial Excellence Awards (2010); Best Digital Award, Amnesty International Media Awards; UK Foreign Press Association Award (2008); several individual SOPA awards; Jones-Mauthner Award (2012); short-listed for Foreign Reporter of the Year, Press Awards, UK, and Orwell Prize.