I-Ching Ng is an award-winning, bilingual Chinese-English journalist and translator. Formerly a staff reporter of Hong Kong's South China Morning Post, Ng currently covers Sino-U.S. relations, immigrant affairs, health care, arts, business, New York City and United Nations news for various media outlets in Asia and the United States.
Her news reports have appeared in TIME, The Christian Science Monitor, The Philadelphia Inquirer, UCLA Asia Institute's AsiaMedia and Asia Pacific Arts, City Limits, the Hong Kong editions of CosmoGIRL! and Cosmopolitan, and Asia Times. Ng won four Ippies awards from the Independent Press Association-New York in 2005 and 2006.
She's a 2008 fellow of the New York Times Company Foundation/Moving Image Institute in film criticism and feature writing, Washington Center for Politics and Journalism, and a 2007 summer fellow at the Poynter Institute.
Ng was a freelance researcher and translator for The China AIDS Media Project, which produced the 2007 Oscar-winning short documentary The Blood of Yingzhou District.
She was also the interviewer and researcher of Ground One: Chinatown after 9/11, a multimedia oral history project documenting the impact of the tragedy on Manhattan's Chinatown residents. The project is jointly produced by the Museum of Chinese in the Americas, City University of New York's 9/11 digital archive, New York University's Asian/Pacific/American studies and Columbia University's Oral History Research Office.
Currently, Ng is pursuing her masters degree at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.