Shuang Li has worked for Reuters in Shanghai as a video journalist for close to a decade. After studying literature, she started work in journalism as a camerawoman and later expanded into reporting, producing and presenting. Li's work focuses on trends and changes in China and how they affect people’s lives. She has covered a wide range of stories in the region, from the North Korean border, through Inner Mongolia milk farms, to factory towns in South China. Li produced a show on China’s social media called “Weibo Watcher.” During her non-resident fellowship she will focus on the impact and influence of China’s massive infrastructure and investment program, the Belt and Road Initiative. She currently studies at UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
As the 2019/2020 Supply Chain Reporting Fellow, Shuang Li contributed research and reporting to our nine-part podcast "On China's New Silk Road."