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About Zou Yun

08-15-2012 14:54 BJT

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Zou Yun is CCTV’s U.S. correspondent for both Mandarin and English services, mainly focusing on the U.S. economy, trade, and politics. During her time in Washington, she has covered many major news events, including the G-20 meetings in Mexico, the G8 meetings at Camp David, and the IMF Annual Meeting. She also frequently reports from the frontline of breaking news and has recently covered the Colorado wildfires and the suicide of Chinese-American Private Danny Chen.

Zou Yun has been reporting from Washington, DC, since December 2011. Before coming to U.S., she was a business reporter and writer for CCTV’s show BizAsia. During that time she covered a wide range of topics—from high-speed rails, to China’s monetary policy—and interviewed many senior officials from Fortune 500 companies. She joined CCTV NEWS in 2010 after coming second runner-up in the CCTV Cup English Speaking Contest in 2009.

Zou Yun started her media career in college, working as an intern for CCTV’s Business Channel. She was mainly responsible for coordinating and communicating with the Business Channel’s special commentators. She was a member of the 2009 G-20 Pittsburgh Summit and 2010 Davos World Economic Forum reporting team.

She graduated with honors from the Beijing University of Technology. During school, she showed great passion for public speaking, and won many top awards in China’s most prestigious English-language speech contests. Zou Yun has also worked as an English teacher for Beijing New Oriental English School.

Zou Yun is CCTV’s U.S. correspondent for both Mandarin and English services,
mainly focusing on the U.S. economy, trade, and politics.

Editor:Zhang Pengfei |Source: CCTV.com

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