William Wan

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After they were caught, the officers beat the undercover reporters who recorded them.

  • Jan 27, 2015

The arrest comes amid increasing harassment of Chinese working for foreign news outlets

  • Jan 22, 2015

Thirty-six people died that night. Now the tragedy could be used to oust the president’s rivals in the city.

  • Jan 17, 2015

China’s president demands investigation of disaster in Shanghai; cause of the trampling is still unclear.

  • Jan 1, 2015

Several more bodies were pulled from the Java Sea, including one wearing a red flight attendant uniform, before high winds halted the search.

  • Dec 31, 2014

People rushed to pick up coupons that looked like U.S. currency, which contributed to the panic.

  • Dec 31, 2014

Debris from the plane, which was carrying 162 people when it disappeared, was found in the Java Sea.

  • Dec 30, 2014

After an agonizing three-day search, Indonesian authorities spotted bodies and debris they have confirmed came from the missing AirAsia plane. What next?

  • Dec 30, 2014

Authorities believe the plane is already at the bottom of the sea, making the hunt more difficult.

  • Dec 29, 2014

  • Dec 29, 2014
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William Wan is the Post's China correspondent, based in Beijing. He previously served as the paper's diplomatic correspondent for U.S. foreign policy and religion reporter. He was part of the Post’s 2010 Pulitzer finalist team that covered the Fort Hood shootings and has won several national awards for his coverage of China and religion. He has worked as a metro reporter for Los Angeles Times, a rewrite man for The Baltimore Sun and a staff writer for The Washington Post since 2005.
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