Kevin’s start with TIME coincided with Hong Kong’s political firestorm in late 2016 — a topic which he covered extensively. He has also reported on a range of other topics, include the city’s ridiculously small dwellings, the export of U.S. electronic waste, the story of how the Chinese gooseberry became the kiwifruit, and the safety of mechanical rides in fairgrounds and theme parks.
Born and raised locally, he is interested in all things #. He also pays close attention to news in the wider world, and closely follows the domestic political scenes of the US, the UK and Australia.
His other interests include developments in the realms of media, tech and business. On the sidelines, he loves to see the world, and enjoys the company of good food, U.S. late-night talk shows plus the occasional television series.
Kevin is a graduate of the Master of Journalism programme at the University of Hong Kong. He also holds a B.A. in English from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
You can learn more about Kevin on LinkedIn.