Amy Qin

Amy Qin

Amy Qin

Lecturer

Amy Qin is a national correspondent for The New York Times. She covers Asian American communities across the country.

Previously, she was an international correspondent for The New York Times covering the intersection of culture, politics and society in China. She was based in Beijing from 2012-20 and then in Taipei from 2020-22. Her reporting has taken her from the frontlines of the coronavirus epidemic in Wuhan to the antigovernment protests in Hong Kong. In 2020, she was on a team of Times journalists that was named a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for a series exposing China’s crackdown on Muslim minorities in Xinjiang. Fluent in Mandarin, Ms. Qin is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley and Oxford University.

TEACHING SCHEDULE:

Sec. Title Time Location
001 J296 – Reporting in China
Spring 2022
M 4:00 - 7:00 To be determined — To be determined
001 J296 Reporting on China and Taiwan (By application only)
Spring 2024
Thu 1-3pm Online — Online