September 2005 — Currently managing editor of Caijing magazine, Jin was formerly editor-in-chief of China Newsweekly. Jin Liping is one of China’s youngest and best known reporters. Since graduating from journalism school in 1996, Jin has worked as a reporter and editor for several media, including China Newsweek, China Central Television’s “Focus” investigative news program (1998-1999) and Caijing magazine (2001-2002). She served as deputy editor-in-chief for Business Watch from 2002 to 2003, before taking the editorial reigns at Chinese Newsweek. Her best-known features include “Happenings in Guangxi” (广西现象), an investigation into widespread bureaucratic corruption in Guangxi, and “Investigation of the Yuanhua Case”, a story about corruption in the coastal city of Xiamen.