Two Global Business Journalism program alumni and GBJ professor Lee Miller joined Bloomberg editor-in-chief John Micklethwait for a lunch meeting during the executive's November visit to China.
Professor Miller, an editor-at-large for Bloomberg News, and Bloomberg reporters Lucille Liu and Shuiyu Jing were among the participants in a lunch in Beijing hosted by Micklethwait, who has been the top editor of the financial data and news service since 2015.
Lucille Liu, a 2014 Global Business Journalism graduate from Canada, started with Bloomberg in Hong Kong in August 2018 for training, and then moved to the Beijing bureau to cover finance, specializing in regulation and regulatory agencies. She appears regularly on Bloomberg TV to talk about China stories. She previously worked for Caxin Global.
Shuiyu Jing, a 2016 GBJ graduate from China, is a reporter on the credit team at Bloomberg News in Beijing. She covers distressed investments, bond sales and other credit issues. She previously was a journalist at China Daily. During her time at Tsinghua, she was an intern at CCTV and Morgan Stanley.
Lee Miller, a professor in the Global Business Journalism program for 16 years, teaches courses in Corporate Strategies and Data Diving and directs the Bloomberg Lab at Tsinghua. Raised in Michigan, Professor Miller joined Bloomberg in 1991 and was one of the company's first news staff.
Micklethwait oversees editorial content across all Bloomberg platforms, including its news, newsletters, magazines, opinion, television, radio and digital properties, as well as its research services including Bloomberg Intelligence. Prior to joining Bloomberg, Micklethwait was Editor-in-Chief of The Economist from 2006 to 2015. He joined The Economist in 1987 as a finance correspondent and served as business editor and United States editor before being named editor-in-chief in 2006. Micklethwait began his career in banking at Chase Manhattan in London after studying history at Magdalen College at the University of Oxford.