Based in Beijing, NPR foreign correspondent Louisa Lim opened NPR's Shanghai bureau in February 2006. She has reported from Tibetan glaciers and Shaanxi coalmines, from North Korea andillegal abortion clinics in Guangxi province. She worked on the major multimedia series on religion in China New Believers: A Religious Revolution in China. Lim has been part of NPR teams who multiple awards, including the Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Award, a Peabody and two Edward R. Murrow awards, for their coverage of the Sichuan earthquake in 2008 and the Beijing Olympics. She's been honored in the Human Rights Press Awards, as well as winning prizes for her multimedia work. Her latest work is The People's Republic of Amnesia (Oxford UP, 2014)
ARTICLES FEATURING LOUISA
Lies in Ink, Facts in Blood
Memory is dangerous in a country that was built to function on national amnesia....