时间：2月28日 星期二 19:30-21:00
Topic: “Assignment: China”– A documentary show followed by an open conversation with CNN former correspondent Mike Chinoy
Time: 19:30-21:30 Tuesday, February 28
Location: New Library Theater
Form: Documentary with Chinese and English subtitles; Q&A
Chinoy served 24 years as a foreign correspondent for CNN, including stints as a roving reporter based in London, Bureau Chief in Beijing and Hong Kong, and, from 2001-2006, as Senior Asia Correspondent,responsible for coverage throughout the Asia-Pacific Region. He began his career working for CBS News and NBC News in Hong Kong in the 1970s.
After nearly three decades of living in and writing on the region, Chinoy has a broad and deep understanding of Asian politics and security issues. He has reported on the most important events in Asia since the mid-1970s.
His access to, and understanding of, North Korea is unmatched among American journalists. He has visited the country 14 times since 1989, more than any other US reporter. He was the only journalist to accompany former US President Jimmy Carter on his historic trip to Pyongyang in 1994, and has returned regularly, most recently last year.
Chinoy has received numerous awards for his journalism, including the Emmy, Peabody, and Dupont awards.
Chinoy is the author of the acclaimed book China Live: People, Power and the Television Revolution. His newest book, Meltdown: The Inside Story of the North Korean Nuclear Crisis, provides a gripping account of one of America’s longest-running, most volatile foreign policy crises that explains why North Korea remains a danger today.