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Lu Zhao

Lu Zhao is a multimedia and investigative reporter. Coming from mainland China, she is passionate about Chinese culture and people. While pursuing her Master’s in the U.S., she reported on different issues in the country. Former bylines include USA Today, UPI, MarketWatch, Chicago Reporter, The Paper, etc.

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