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Liza Lin

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Shanghai, China
Technology Reporter — The Wall Street Journal
Covers:  The dynamics and competition between China's internet giants, Chinese startups and venture capital.

Reporter for the WSJ China team covering Alibaba, AI and tech startups in China. Cookie-lover. Travel junkie. Write anytime: liza.lin@wsj.com

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Biography

Reporter with 9 years of experience across Asia, with a strong focus on China and South East Asia, coupled with diverse skills and experiences across economic, political and financial fields. Liza studied journalism in Singapore's Nanyang Technological University and finished a Masters degree in ...

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@Liz_in_Shanghai — 1,889 followers, 682 tweets

RT @KevinSlaten: Recently @Liz_in_Shanghai tweeted "Starbucks is arguably the most successful US consumer company in China now."…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954802732740657152 
Google and Tencent sign long term cross-licensing patent agreement covering broad technology areas. Company announc…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/954218677724790784 
Story focuses on how corporate VPNs are hit. Impact of the VPN block and port closures mostly to smaller firms in C…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/953859702139441152 
@AsCorrespondent Interesting thesis! The US is still ahead in educational institutions, talent and AI companies. But China has access to a wealth of data, which will help it advance more quickly than we think.
China’s #fintech companies conquer the subway. Shanghai commuters have the option to use their mobile phones to pay…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/953244150702399489 
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What does it mean to be a journalist?

Telling the untold stories and connecting the dots globally by informing someone sitting halfway across the world what it means to them.

Did you work for your high school newspaper? If so, what did you do there?

I was the sports editor for my college newspaper. I've always been keen on sports, but somehow found my way into business and general news.

What advice can you offer to aspiring journalists?

Push the envelope. Nobody said it was going to be easy but the payoff is gold.