Amy Qin is an international correspondent for The New York Times covering the intersection of culture, politics and society in China. For eight years she was based in Beijing, and 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.
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