Thomas Yau

Thomas Yau is the Post's Shanghai video correspondent. He joined the Post in 2011 as a junior photographer. He holds a MSJ degree in Documentary Journalism from Northwestern University in Illinois and a BSSc in International Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University.
Thomas Yau
Thomas Yau is the Post's Shanghai video correspondent. He joined the Post in 2011 as a junior photographer. He holds a MSJ degree in Documentary Journalism from Northwestern University in Illinois and a BSSc in International Journalism from Hong Kong Baptist University.

Latest from Thomas Yau

China’s battle for blue skies takes toll on rural life
Inside China’s largest film studio
A city wakes a country: The first Hong Kong entrepreneurs in mainland China
Abandoned Shanghai quarry now a 5-star underground hotel
Furnish an entire apartment in China via a smartphone
Despite trade war, US companies still keen on Chinese market
The first China International Import Expo opens
Why hairy crab is all the craze in China
Beijing's plan to dominate artificial intelligence technology
Meet the Shanghai barber who cuts the hair of James Harden and Tracy McGrady
Xiaolongbao : Shanghai dumplings made the old fashioned way
Inside the Egghouse in Shanghai, a “Museum” created for getting likes on social media
The last performance: Mong Kok pedestrian zone closes after 18 years
Acrobat’s Michael Jackson dance one of the performances you won’t see in Mong Kok anymore
How three brothers created Singapore’s hottest salted egg snack
Hong Kong lawmakers quizzed on Greater Bay Area
Li Ka-shing’s final speech to graduating students
Hong Kong’s MTR by the numbers
Two killed, two injured in Quarry Bay shooting
Xiaomi goes ahead with Hong Kong IPO