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Based in Beijing, Zhenyu Li is a well-respected business columnist, specializing in sports business and the creative industries, with a variety of mainstream and trade publications worldwide. He pens a column, titled Golden Sports — Inside China's Sports Industry With Zhenyu Li, for Bleacher Report.
Li became a bilingual sports columnist for People's Daily Online in June 2006. He has also been a contributing columnist for such trade publications as TheSweetScience.com, SecondsOut.com and BoxingScene.com, and has authored several columns including "The View From China" column for The Boxing Times and the "Oriental Dawn" for PhilBoxing.com.
His works were reprinted and quoted by a wide assortment of major media outlets worldwide, including Reuters, The Guardian, USATODAY.com, Newsday.com, ESPN.com, Global Times, CRIENGLISH.com and Philippine Daily Inquirer, among others.
In addition to writing, Li has been a prolific news anchor, whose programs were featured regularly on China Radio International (CRI), China's premier national English-language radio network. As a photojournalist, his photographic works graced the pages of some of the world's leading publications, both in print and online.
He earned a Bachelor of Management at Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT), a Master of Economics at Communication University of China (CUC) and the Business English Certificate Higher from Cambridge University.
Hi Zhenyu, I thought your article on tapping China's next goldmine - the sport industry was a very interesting read which lead me to the idea to write a white paper on the economic potential and growth of the sports industry in which I am also investigating the impacts of the 2010 government released Guiding Opinion. As your article inspired me to write this paper and you are a well-sought writer of sport topics, I would kindly ask you for the opportunity to interview you on the basis of your research. We could arrange this over the phone, skype or via email, which ever one suits you the best. I am looking forward to your response. my email address is firstname.lastname@example.org