Hu Shuli Biography
Hu Shuli is a Chinese founder and publisher of Caixin Media. She is also a professor at the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University and an adjunct professor at the School of Journalism and Communication at the Renmin University of China.
Additionally, Hu also serves as a member of the Reuters Editorial Advisory Board and a member of the International Media Council of the World Economic Forum. She is a global board member of United Way Worldwide.
Hu Shuli Age and Birthday
Hu is 69 years old as of 2023. She was born on 29 November 1953 in Beijing. Hu celebrates her birthday on 29 November every year.
Hu Shuli Height and Weight
Details of Shuli’s actual height and other body measurements have not yet been made public. We will update this section when the information becomes available.
Hu Shuli Family, Parents, and Siblings
Shuli was born in Beijing into a family of journalists. Her mother worked at the Worker’s Daily and her grandfather worked as a news editor for an international publication. Her great-uncle was also a famous editor.
Hu Shuli Husband
Hu has managed to hide her personal life from the limelight and seems to be focusing more on her career. We will let you know when we discover helpful information about her love life.
Hu Shuli Education
Shuli attended Beijing’s prestigious 101 Middle School. The Cultural Revolution brought criticism to her family and her mother was placed under house arrest. She became a Red Guard and traveled around the country, trying to educate herself as best she could. After two years she joined the People’s Liberation Army, and when college classes resumed in 1978, she won entrance to the Renmin University of China, from which she graduated in journalism in 1982. She also studied development economics as a Knight Journalism Fellow at Stanford University in 1994 and earned an EMBA through Fordham University and the China Center for Economic Research at Peking University in 2002.
Hu Shuli Career
Hu started her work as an assistant editor, reporter, and international editor at the Worker’s Daily, China’s second-largest newspaper. She joined China Business Times in 1992 as an international editor and became a chief reporter in 1995, resigning in 1998 to start Caijing. In addition, Hu served as financial news chief for Phoenix TV in 2001.
Hu launched Caijing in 1998. Under her editorial guidance, Caijing quickly became known for its hard-hitting journalism. Frequently referred to as “the most dangerous woman in China” because of her emphasis on aggressive investigative reporting, she consistently pushed the limits of press freedom in her country, publishing articles that ranged from exposés of bribery and deceitful business practices to well-researched critiques of government policy. In 2000 the magazine rocked the Chinese securities industry when it reported on stock-market manipulation by some of the country’s leading investment firms.
Shuli has authored several books, including New Financial Times, The Scenes Behind American Newspapers, and Reform Bears no Romance. In 2001, BusinessWeek named her a ‘Star of Asia’, and the World Press Review named her 2003 International Editor of the Year.
Hu Shuli Net worth and Salary
Shuli has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million- $ 5 million which she has earned in her successful career. However, details about her salary are still unknown. We will update the information as soon as it is available.
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