Seth Faison

former Reporter, South China Morning Post

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Former reporter in the Beijing Bureau of Rupert Murdoch's South China Morning Post and former Shanghai Bureau Chief for the New York Times; author of South of the Clouds: Exploring the Hidden Realms of China

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