Khan joins WSJ as Asia corporate reporter
Neil Western, the Wall Street Journal’s Asia business editor, sent out the following announcement to the staff:
I’m delighted to announce that Natasha Khan has joined the Asia corporate team as a reporter in Hong Kong, where she will delve into everything from manufacturing to robots and major business stories across the region. Natasha spent the past six years at Bloomberg News, finding and writing colourful, insightful stories on healthcare around Asia, reporting from more than a dozen countries. She was a core reporter on the Bloomberg team that produced the George Polk award-winning investigation in 2012 that revealed the hidden wealth of China’s ruling elite. Among other accolades, Natasha was a finalist for a Livingston Award for Young Journalists for her reporting on how China’s cancer crisis is driving some families into bankruptcy.
An English, Cantonese and Mandarin speaker, Natasha holds bachelor’s degrees in both law and business from the University of Hong Kong, as well as a master’s degree from HKU’s journalism school. Natasha is co-head of the city’s Young China Watchers chapter and also a driving force behind the Foreign Correspondents’ Club’s annual journalism conference.
Outside work, Natasha is an intrepid adventurer, travelling to ever further-flung destinations, and closer to home, is an expert at discovering Hong Kong’s hippest new hangouts.
Please join me in welcoming Natasha to the WSJ.
Thrilled to share I've joined @WSJ as Asia Corporate Reporter, covering regional business stories from HK. Say hello: firstname.lastname@example.org!
— Natasha Khan (@natashakhanhk) August 9, 2017