Author: Mitch Moxley
Mitch Moxley is a Canadian journalist with national and international reporting experience, currently based in Beijing. He writes widely about culture, politics, travel, business and other topics for publications including TIME, the Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Foreign Policy, the Guardian and the South China Morning Post. He has filed stories from China, Mongolia, Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Mitch has written on a wide range of topics including human trafficking, the legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam, extreme nationalism in Mongolia and the Chinese environmental movement. He's eaten scorpions, partied with models in Manila and donned the skin of a Second Life avatar - all in the name of journalism. Mitch came to Beijing in 2007 to work at the state-owned China Daily and he covered the 2008 Olympic Games for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation from a desk overlooking the Bird's Nest.
An avid basketball player at six foot three, if he had a dime for every comment made about his height since living in Asia, he might be the richest man in China.