China Insight focuses on the latest issues facing China at a time of rapid change.
We have unique access to the country's people and places, giving us a rare look into the complexities of modern China.
Our team of journalists from all over the world - all with significant China-based experience - works with local experts to create in-depth reports through a global lens.
Air Time: BJT Saturday 14:30-15:00, Rebroadcast: BJT Monday 08:30-09:00
Bio infor for our reporting team
As lead anchor of China Insight, Britt discusses hot topics each week with an expert guest. The Australian has worked as a journalist in Asia for more than five years. She also directs feature stories and reports extensively throughout China. Before joining CCTV, Brittyn worked as a news reporter and anchor for Hong Kong broadcaster ATV. There she gained plenty of experience in field reporting, live presenting and packaging hard-news stories for a daily newscast.
Joey is a multiple-award-winning Australian journalist and roving reporter for China Insight.
With more than a decade of media experience, prior to joining CCTV in late 2015 Joey held senior positions at a number of top media outlets in Australia and China.
He was the 2011 recipient of the prestigious Walkley Award, Australia's highest journalistic accolade, and has reported from more than 10 countries around the world, including Afghanistan and Iraq.
Laura has been working as a reporter and director for China Insight since October 2015, covering a breadth of issues from post-natal nursing to China's fashion industry. Before joining the programme, she spent two years in Nanjing working as a multimedia editor. She holds an MA in International Multimedia Journalism from Newcastle University in the UK and graduated from Vienna University in the field of Transcultural Communication. She speaks fluent Chinese and is a native speaker of English and German.
Annelise is a reporter for China Insight. She studied law at Bond University in Australia and worked for a year at professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers, before pursuing a career in journalism. She's worked as a reporter across Australia, most recently for the country's highest-rating current affairs programme, 'Today Tonight' at the Seven Network in Adelaide.