Print and broadcast journalist based in Taipei, Taiwan. Recent graduate of the masters in Modern Chinese Studies at Oxford University.

My writing on politics, foreign affairs and culture has been featured in The GuardianNew StatesmanThe Spectator, The Wire ChinaThe Diplomat,Taiwan Business Topics,The Taipei TimesNew Bloom and Los Angeles Review of Books: China Channel.

Since August 2021, I've been working with TaiwanPlus, a media start-up based in Taipei. We broadcast on TV in Taiwan as well as online.


Before starting my masters degree in Chinese Studies, I completed my undergraduate degree in Music, where I wrote about everything from Beethoven to Brahms, and K-pop at the DMZ to a Russian orchestra's performance in Palmyra, Syria. Between then and starting my masters, I studied at Harvard as the Michael von Clemm Fellow, where my interest in East Asia really developed. While at Harvard, I studied journalism with former Executive Editor of The New York Times, Jill Abramson.

Other work has appeared in Metro, the Harvard Journal of Middle Eastern Politics & Policy, and China-US Focus.