International Editor of the Year Award

2003 Recipient

Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli

Hu Shuli, editor of Caijing, Beijing (Photo: Qu Jin/China Features).

Hu Shuli, founder and managing editor of Beijing-based Caijing magazine, has been named World Press Review's 2003 International Editor of the Year. WPR presents the award each year to an editor or editors outside the United States in recognition of enterprise, courage, and leadership in advancing the freedom and responsibility of the press, enhancing human rights, and fostering excellence in journalism.

Interview with Hu Shuli

In a recent interview with World Press Review, Hu Shuli spoke about her entry into journalism, the role of the business reporter, and her views on the state of the Chinese news media.

Shanxi, the Affected Area

Caijing was a media leader when SARS broke out, providing detailed reports on the spread of the disease. We excerpt an example of the magazine's groundbreaking coverage here.