Karina Tsui

Washington, D.C.

Intern on the Foreign desk

Education: New York University, BA; Columbia Journalism School, MS in Investigative Journalism

Karina Tsui is a reporting intern on The Washington Post’s Foreign desk. Before The Post, she was a Toni Stabile fellow for investigative reporting at Columbia Journalism School. Tsui began her journalism career in Hong Kong, where she was first a reporter at Monocle magazine, then a freelance contributor to CNN International and the Telegraph.
Latest from Karina Tsui

    Russia-Ukraine live updates: NATO signs accession protocols for Finland and Sweden

    After the signing of the protocols, NATO members must ratify the accession of Sweden and Finland to complete their formal joining of the alliance.

    July 5, 2022

    More than 20 dead in Odessa strikes, Kyiv says

    American WNBA star Brittney Griner is standing trial in Moscow, but experts on Russia’s legal system expect the proceedings will be a show trial.

    July 1, 2022

      Ukrainian borscht gets a spot on U.N. protection list

      A simmering spat with Russia over the placement predates this year’s conflict.

      July 1, 2022

      China’s Xi ushers in the end of global Hong Kong

      Hong Kong was once cast as a liberal precursor to what China could become. Under Xi Jinping, it’s a cautionary tale of authoritarian entrenchment.

      July 1, 2022

      Record heat wave cooks Japan, straining power grid

      The last time Japan recorded consistently high temperatures in June was in 1875.

      June 30, 2022

      25 years of China’s slow takeover of Hong Kong in pictures

      At the handover, the leaders of China and Britain promised that Hong Kong self-governance, Beijing has since tightened its grip on the once semiautonomous city.

      June 29, 2022

      Turkey drops opposition to Finland, Sweden joining NATO

      The U.N. Security Council will discuss the deadly attack on a mall in Kremenchuk, Ukraine, during a meeting Tuesday.

      June 29, 2022

      China slashes covid quarantine for travelers, but remains outlier

      Inbound travelers and close contacts will spend seven days in a quarantine facility and self-monitor at home for three days.

      June 28, 2022

      U.S. abortion decision draws cheers, horror abroad

      Others responded in support of the move. The Vatican said that the decision would challenge “the whole world."

      June 25, 2022

        E.U. has backed candidate status for Ukraine. Here’s what that means.

        The move is a historic moment for the bloc and a major morale boost for Kyiv.

        June 23, 2022