As a journalist fully bilingual in English and Chinese, Louise knows how to tell a story for all audiences. Her journalism experience bridges from television to online, from top networks to community TV stations — making her a versatile reporter and storyteller.

Louise is currently interning at NBC’s “Meet the Press,” where she develops a strong understanding of the network news operation. Louise was selected from a large and highly competitive pool of applicants to work with top professionals for the longest-running program in the U.S. television history.

Before coming to the capital, Louise was a regular presence as a lead reporter in Newton, MA on NewTV's “Newton News,” and in Somerville, MA on SCATV's “Somerville Neighborhood News;” both are award-winning community stations in Massachusetts. Louise produced, shot, and edited her own stories that aired on TV and online.

At Boston University, Louise co-founded, produced, and co-hosted “Amber,” the school’s first and only original bilingual show in English and Chinese that aims to bridge cultural divide. In January 2016, Louise was selected among a team of seven students to travel to Las Vegas, NV to cover the Consumer Electronics Show 2016 for BU News Service. Early on, she interned at WGBH News, PBS’s local affiliate in Boston.

Having lived in China for the past 18 years, Louise came to the United States to pursue higher education. The experience has allowed her to acquire a broader perspective and keen understanding of different political, social, and cultural perceptions. All of her experiences further validated her love for news and her passion to help others understand the world —

because everyone has a story.