Qin Chen

Beijing

Qin Chen

Multimedia producer, Inkstone

Qin is a multimedia producer at Inkstone. She spent eight years in the US as a working journalist. Most recently, she was a senior video producer for The New Yorker’s video team. Prior to that she was at CNBC, making short documentaries and writing about how technology shapes lives.

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Gamers reconsider anticipated title Black Myth: Wukong following sexually explicit comments from Game Science CEO

Comments from Game Science founder and CEO Feng Ji ignited a debate about the mistreatment of female gamers.

27 Aug 2020 - 8:00PM

Comments from Game Science founder and CEO Feng Ji ignited a debate about the mistreatment of female gamers.

Gamers reconsider anticipated title Black Myth: Wukong following sexually explicit comments from Game Science CEO
How the coronavirus is delivering more rubbish problems in China

Confined to their homes, more Chinese consumers turned to online shopping to get their essentials couriered to their door.

22 Jun 2020 - 11:40PM

Confined to their homes, more Chinese consumers turned to online shopping to get their essentials couriered to their door.

How the coronavirus is delivering more rubbish problems in China
Coronavirus: China halts salmon imports over possible link to Beijing outbreak as consumers leap to conclusions

Some restaurants drop salmon from the menu while others see a fall in orders – but any link to infections at a Beijing market is so far unproven, experts say.

17 Jun 2020 - 12:49PM

Some restaurants drop salmon from the menu while others see a fall in orders – but any link to infections at a Beijing market is so far unproven, experts say.

Coronavirus: China halts salmon imports over possible link to Beijing outbreak as consumers leap to conclusions
After coronavirus pandemic, Chinese students grapple with first economic downturn of their lives

The economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is threatening to scuttle the dreams of almost nine million college students expected to graduate this summer.

14 May 2020 - 6:01PM

The economic disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic is threatening to scuttle the dreams of almost nine million college students expected to graduate this summer.

After coronavirus pandemic, Chinese students grapple with first economic downturn of their lives