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International business journalist Rebecca A. Fannin is the author of the well-received book, Silicon Dragon--How China is Winning the Tech Race (McGraw-Hill, 2008).
Ms. Fannin has 16 years experience covering global trends in business, innovation and entrepreneurship. She got her initiation to China in 1992 as editor-in-chief of the Pulitzer-owned International Business, joined Red Herring as international news editor in 2000, and in 2003, became international editor of Incisive Media's Asian Venture Capital Journal, based in Hong Kong. Her recent work has appeared in Inc., Fast Company, and Worth. She also has been a contributor to The Deal and Chief Executive, and a freelance writer for Wired, Asia, Inc., and Time Inc.'s AsiaWeek.
Rebecca Fannin is a graduate of the Ohio University Scripps School of Journalism and a recipient of an Asian studies fellowship from the Freedom Forum. She started her career as a copy editor at the Dayton Journal Herald, in an internship program sponsored by Dow Jones, and then joined Crain Communications as a reporter, later becoming the deputy editor of Advertising Age International. Her work as a business magazine editor has received numerous awards from professional journalism associations. She is a member of the Overseas Press Club.
Ms. Fannin grew up in Lancaster, Ohio, where her father was a professor of history at Ohio University and her mother a kindergarten teacher. She is married and resides in New York City and Stamford, CT. A frequent speaker at industry conferences worldwide, she often travels in the U.S. and overseas on reporting assignments.
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