Staff writer covering Canada and foreign affairs Education: Columbia University, MS in journalism, 2007; University of Toronto, MA in international relations, 2006; Queen's University, BA in political science, 2005 Emily Rauhala writes about foreign affairs, with a focus on Canada, for The Washington Post. She spent a decade as an editor and correspondent in Asia, first for Time magazine and later, from 2015 to 2018, as China correspondent in Beijing for The Post. In 2017, she shared an Overseas Press Club award for a series about the Internet in China. Honors & Awards:
Overseas Press Club of America, Bob Considine Award, 2017
International China Journalists Association, General Excellence, 2016
International Human Rights Press Awards, Certificate of Merit, 2011, 2012
Professional Affiliations: Foreign Correspondents Club of China Foreign languages spoken: Chinese, French
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