Hu Shuli is considered one of the most powerful media leaders in China and one of ten women to watch in Asia. Shuli founded Caijing Magazine and guided it to become one of China’s most authoritative business publications.
At the editorial helm for 11 years, in 2009 she left to create the breakthrough new media company, Caixin Media. Shuli is currently editor-in-chief of Caixin Media, China Reform and Century Weekly magazine.
Internationally recognized for her achievements in journalism, Shuli received the 2007 Louis Lyons Awards for Conscience and Integrity in Journalism from the Nieman Foundation at Harvard University. In Nov. 2009, Foreign Policy magazine named her one of Top 100 Global Thinkers, and in 2011, Shuli was one of Time
magazine’s “Top 100 Influential People”. She is also a 2012 winner of the Missouri Honor Medal for Distinguished Service in Journalism.
Shuli earned a bachelor’s in journalism degree from the People’s University of China and an executive master’s in business administration through a program hosted by Fordham University and the China Center for Economic Research at Peking University.