Coco Liu is an award-winning journalist in Hong Kong who covers Asia news for global audiences.
Until recently, Coco worked as Asia Correspondent at ClimateWire, where she reported on a wide range of topics from renewable energy to carbon emissions trading to sustainable logging. Many of her stories were reprinted by The New York Times and Scientific American. She also won 2nd place in the Society of Environmental Journalist’s annual awards competition for outstanding beat reporting, large market category (2014).
Her writing on China’s business, the environment and social affairs has also appeared in InsideClimate News, Yale Environment 360, The Jerusalem Post, GlobalPost and CNN Travel. She is currently working on an assignment for the Christian Science Monitor.
Coco cut her teeth in international media as an intern at the Shanghai Bureau of The New York Times, where she conducted pre-reporting research and developed sources for several investigative projects. A native Chinese, Coco specializes in covering China-related topics. She has also reported from eight other Asian countries, including India, Indonesia, Singapore, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Cambodia, Thailand and Nepal.
This site collects some of Coco’s published work. To read the latest, follow her on Twitter @cocojournalist