My Stories

2011 05 09 2 wsj I have covered technology in Asia for The Wall Street Journal since early 2014. Below are links to a selection of my work.

You can view my most recent stories on WSJ.com here.

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From 2016 until early 2020 I reported from our bureau in New Delhi.

There, I wrote page one stories about: Huawei and 5G in India; Apple’s struggles in the country; how India’s Reliance Jio triggered a mobile internet revolution; how false news has spread on WhatsApp; how a new breed of lending apps are employing aggressive collection techniques; and how India’s policymakers are changing tech regulations, partially inspired by China. I also penned a lighthearted front-page story, known as an A-hed, on Indians sending millions of “Good Morning” messages on WhatsApp.

I broke news on Amazon’s plans for Southeast Asia, Uber knowingly leasing unsafe cars in Singapore, and more. I also contributed reporting on the 2019 Indian elections and traveled to Sri Lanka to cover the Easter suicide bombings.

I joined the Journal in Singapore in 2014. In one of my first stories, I contributed to a front-page story about some of the passengers who went missing on Malaysia Airlines flight 370.

Here are links to some of my stories, organized by year:

2018

2017

2016

2015

2014

Prior to working at the Journal, I was a Bangkok-based freelance journalist.

Here are some of the stories I wrote as a freelancer:

For NewYorker.com

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For Quartz

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For Bloomberg News:

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In The Wall Street Journal:

Selected stories for Bloomberg BNA:

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In The Christian Science Monitor:

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At GlobalPost:

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In the The Chronicle of Higher Education:

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In The New York Times:

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This page was last updated Jan., 2015.

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