journo covering communities on the fringe. eng / 中文 / español. @iwmf fellow, recovered entrepreneur, amateur climber. tips: #AAJA #SPJ #binders

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Eileen Guo is an independent print journalist based in New York City. She covers the communities on the fringe for publications such as The New York Times, Nikkei Asian Review, and Wired, among others. Before turning to journalism, Eileen spent two and a half years in Kabul, Afghanistan, where s...

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Nov 20, 2017

RT @SethAbramson: (THREAD) In this thread, a longtime criminal attorney analyzes one of the most pressing questions in American life…

Nov 19, 2017

This right here: “She’s an “actress” in the same way that a lot of trust-fund kids are “entrepreneurs” and “business owners,” and a lot of dim children of CEOs are “executive vice presidents.” “

Nov 18, 2017

The # of (im)migrants intending to go to to the U.S. and instead staying in #Mexico is a growing, undercovered trend, making this piece by @amandaottoway + @meghandhaliwal all the more impt: How Two Trans Salvadoran Migrants Found Peace in Tijuana

Nov 16, 2017

Doing some #crossborder reporting today. Still super weird to me that the 1st thing on American side is an outlet mall. Consumerism, the ultimate of #Americanvalues. #usmxborder

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