Shannon Lin is a senior podcast producer for the Los Angeles Times. She previously worked at KQED in San Francisco as a breaking news reporter and producer, where she covered topics ranging from COVID-19 outbreaks in state prisons to the spread of misinformation in the Mandarin-speaking community on WeChat. Before that, she interned at WNYC and NPR’s “All Things Considered.” She’s a Bay Area native and the proud daughter of Taiwanese immigrants.
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