The Wall Street Journal, China Tech Reporter (Shanghai)
The Wall Street Journal seeks an experienced reporter to cover the fast-changing world of technology in China.
The reporter will be part of the Journal's global technology team and cover companies and issues of global importance. China is home to innovative, deep-pocketed, ambitious tech titans and nimble startups that aim to break into the global ranks.
It's overseen by a government that wants to give Chinese tech a world-beating edge while controlling the social and political challenges technology presents. We're seeking a strong writer and analytical thinker with an eye for trends and a curiosity about innovation and how it parlays into the commercial sphere.
Successful candidates should have a proven track record of breaking news as well as the ability to write broad trend and investigative stories. The position is based in China and reports to the bureau chief.
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