Chieu Luu

Chieu Luu joined the Post as supervising producer of video in 2018, managing the daily operations of the video team as well as producing stories from Hong Kong, China and across Asia. He previously worked for CNN in Hong Kong, CGTN in Beijing and Al Jazeera English in Washington DC and Kuala Lumpur. He began his career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto.
Chieu Luu
Chieu Luu joined the Post as supervising producer of video in 2018, managing the daily operations of the video team as well as producing stories from Hong Kong, China and across Asia. He previously worked for CNN in Hong Kong, CGTN in Beijing and Al Jazeera English in Washington DC and Kuala Lumpur. He began his career at the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto.

Latest from Chieu Luu

Chicken toes and rabbit heads? A sample of Sichuan’s spicy snacks
Breaking down why Trump and Kim failed to reach a deal in Hanoi
US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un meet for banquet ahead of summit in Hanoi
What this Vietnamese garment factory can teach Kim Jong-un about building North Korea’s economy
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un arrives in Vietnam ahead of summit with US President Donald Trump
Who wants what at the second Trump-Kim Summit? SCMP journalists in Hanoi explain
Thai king’s sister Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya announces run for prime minister
Five reasons Vietnam was chosen to host the second Trump-Kim summit
Chowing down on chicken testes, a Hong Kong hotpot delicacy
Persecution of Christians on the rise in Asia
New year, new governments? Elections in major Asian countries could bring about dramatic change
Intriguing innards in Chinese hotpot
Boat owners in Discovery Bay Marina say eviction has caused great distress and even financial ruin
Life after I.S.: Philippines faces its next battle – rebuilding Marawi

More than a year since Duterte declared Marawi ‘liberated’ from extremists, much of the city remains in ruins. Evacuation camps house hundreds of people, whose hopes of reclaiming their lives are fading by the day

8 Dec 2018 - 3:19PM

More than a year since Duterte declared Marawi ‘liberated’ from extremists, much of the city remains in ruins. Evacuation camps house hundreds of people, whose hopes of reclaiming their lives are fading by the day

Life after I.S.: Philippines faces its next battle – rebuilding Marawi
‘I sold my son to I.S.’: how battle for Marawi ripped this Philippine family apart

Faisal thought he was giving his two boys an education and a chance to escape poverty. Instead, he had been duped by Islamic extremists into signing them up for the battle of Marawi.

2 Jan 2019 - 1:00PM

Faisal thought he was giving his two boys an education and a chance to escape poverty. Instead, he had been duped by Islamic extremists into signing them up for the battle of Marawi.

‘I sold my son to I.S.’: how battle for Marawi ripped this Philippine family apart
I sold my son to ISIS: how the battle for Marawi ripped a Filipino family apart
Don’t judge before you taste the Philippine delicacy called balut
Battleground Marawi : A return to ruins
Death and destruction: Veterans remember the Korean War
How forty years of reform and opening up have transformed China
The origins of Macau's famous Portuguese egg tart
Why trade war with US has sparked a thaw in China’s relations with long-time rival Japan
The Indonesian Chinese still grappling with discrimination
What you need to know about the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge
Xinjiang camps: Top official speaks of “vocational training institutions” as part of Chinese government’s PR campaign
Documentary: Typhoon Mangkhut – the whole picture
10-hectare former Kai Tak runway to store trees felled by Typhoon Mangkhut
What does an interest rate hike mean for Hong Kong homeowners?
Why China and Russia are getting increasingly close
Why Chinese economic figures are giving statisticians a headache