NPR

Catching up on recent works…

It’s been a busy few months for me. I traveled to Southeast Asia in March and then went to China in April. Below are my latest pieces for NPR…

For NPR’s NewsDesk: Poll: Americans Want NASA To Focus More On Asteroid Impacts, Less On Getting To Mars

For NPR’s NewsDesk: Nearly 71 Million People Forcibly Displaced Worldwide As Of 2018, U.N. Report Says

For NPR’s NewsDesk: U.S. Resident Imprisoned In Iran On Spying Charges Returns To America

For NPR’s Morning Edition: ‘Patron Saints Of Nothing’ Is A Book For ‘The Hyphenated’

For NPR’s Morning Edition: What It’s Like To Live With A Foot In China, Another In The U.S. 

For NPR World: ‘A Million Elephants’ No More: Conservationists In Laos Rush To Save An Icon

For NPR’s Morning Edition and NPR World: Why Is China Placing A Global Bet On Coal? 

For NPR’s Morning Edition and NPR World: In Laos, A Chinese Funded Railway Sparks Hope For Growth — And Fears of Debt

For NPR World: A Key To Peace In Afghanistan? Consider Conservation, Says One Scientist