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Roseann Lake

Roseann Lake

Roseann Lake is an American journalist and electric scooter enthusiast based in Beijing. Highlights from her four years in China include motor-biking across Yunnan, hosting a TV travel series about Tibet, and plowing through the Kubuqi Desert of Inner Mongolia to investigate the anti-desertification properties of licorice plants.

Prior to Beijing, Lake lived for stints in Paris, Buenos Aires, and Florence. She speaks five languages and holds a Master’s degree in journalism from New York University. Publications her work has appeared in include TIME, Foreign Policy, The Atlantic, The Diplomat, Salon, and The South China Morning Post. She is the author of a forthcoming book about love in China.

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Culture

02.20.15

‘Still Not Married?’ A Graphic Guide to Surviving Chinese New Year

ROSEANN LAKE

Maya Hong is a Beijing transplant from a small town outside of Harbin, the icy city not far from China’s border with Siberia. Though proud of her glacial origins and skilled at combating subzero temperatures, over the years Hong, 30, has had to add to her repertoire to stay...

Features

02.14.14

It’s Hard to Say ‘I Love You’ in Chinese

ROSEANN LAKE

“We didn’t say ‘I love you,’” said Dr. Kaiping Peng, Associate Professor of Psychology Emeritus at the University of California at Berkeley. I’d ventured over to his China office on the campus of Beijing’s mighty Tsinghua University to talk to him about the romantic...

Culture

02.20.15

‘Still Not Married?’ A Graphic Guide to Surviving Chinese New Year

ROSEANN LAKE

Maya Hong is a Beijing transplant from a small town outside of Harbin, the icy city not far from China’s border with Siberia. Though proud of her glacial origins and skilled at combating subzero temperatures, over the years Hong, 30, has had to add to her repertoire to stay...

Features

02.14.14

It’s Hard to Say ‘I Love You’ in Chinese

ROSEANN LAKE

“We didn’t say ‘I love you,’” said Dr. Kaiping Peng, Associate Professor of Psychology Emeritus at the University of California at Berkeley. I’d ventured over to his China office on the campus of Beijing’s mighty Tsinghua University to talk to him about the romantic...