About Diana Jou
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Wall Street Journal
As one of the main producers of a daily news show, “Asia Today” and a weekly consumer tech show,“Digits”, I do everything from pitching stories, talking to...
I was among the first wave of international reporters granted journalist visas to cover the 2012 election where opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi won a seat in...
Rethink the Food Label
Rethink the Food Label is a nation-wide design initiative to redesign the nutrition label that’s independent of the government and the food industry. As a...
In 2003 I started a magazine that embodied the ideals of social justice and design. The black-and-white newsprint magazine, Jaded, focused on minority issues,...
Cooking in Chinatown
Above the dim sum cafes and tourist shops about 10,000 residents call Chinatown, San Francisco their home. Thousands of recent immigrants and long-term residents...
In Taiwan with the AP
Taiwan Craftsman Seeks to Save Printing Heritage Turning back clock on digital age, Taiwan craftsman seeks to save traditional Chinese printing August 22, 2010...
Richmond Confidential is an online news service produced by the Graduate School of Journalism at UC Berkeley for, and about, the people of Richmond, California....
Infographic DVD cover Special interactive for Washington Post: Korea by the Numbers
Despite the fact that Okinawan Japanese people make up 1% of Japan's population, one in six of all Japanese immigrants are from Okinawa. Okinawa, an island with a...