Correspondent covering East and Southeast Asia 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 is China correspondent for The Washington Post. She was previously a Beijing-based correspondent for Time and an editor at the magazine's Hong Kong office. 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