Vincent Ni is a Senior Producer at the BBC World Service and a Fellow at Britain's Royal Society of Arts.
Until 2014, he was a foreign correspondent for Caixin Media. At Caixin, he served as its correspondent in Washington, D.C., New York, Cairo, and London.
Ni covered the 2012 U.S. general election and extensively reported on the debt crises in Europe from London, Berlin, and France. During the “Arab Spring” in Egypt in 2011, he was one of the very few Chinese journalists reporting from Cairo’s Tahrir Square.
In November 2011, with a colleague Ni won a runner-up place in the London Foreign Press Association’s annual awards in the category ‘Financial/Economic Story of the Year.’
He holds a Masters degree from the University of Oxford, where he was the recipient of the Hoare Family/China-Oxford Scholarship in the field of Social Science. He was also the China Fellow at Columbia Journalism School.