The Washington Post

Amber and Ma

When I moved to Taiwan in 2010, I couldn’t pronounce the name of the city I was living in. Six months later, I was interviewing the president of Taiwan alongside Washington Post Bureau Chief Keith Richburg. While serving as Richburg’s stringer in Taiwan, I helped the East Asia bureau with breaking news of the 2011 tsunami that hit Japan and wrote a front-page Sunday Travel article on a Buddhist monastery. Here’s some of my clips for The Post:

Amid warming relations with China, Taiwan’s president seeks more U.S. arms

Caught in the moment at a Taiwanese monastery

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