Lisa Chiu is a former writer for ThoughtCo and contributed work about Chinese history and culture for one year. Lisa is a seasoned journalist with more than 21 years of journalism experience. She has a keen interest in Chinese history and culture. Lisa worked with The China Daily, China's English-language newspaper, as an editor and fact-checker. She is a digital producer for China Global Television Network (CGTN) America, formerly CCTV America.
Lisa has reported and researched for work contributed to The Orange County Register, The Arizona Republic, and The Seattle Times. During this employment, she covered local and state government, federal spending, sports, and breaking news stories. Lisa honed her research skills during her time with the Center for Public Integrity and the Sunlight Foundation.
Lisa Chiu earned a Master Arts (M.A.) degree in Journalism and Public Affairs from the American University in 2008. She holds a second Master Arts (M.A.) in International Studies–China from the University of Washington and a Bachelor Arts (B.A.) in Journalism with a minor in Chinese from the University of Massachusetts–Amherst.
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