RFA Wins Three Journalism Awards in Taiwan RFA Investigative report on China’s 'secret' police station in New York among winners.
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RFA Wins Three Journalism Awards in Taiwan


WASHINGTON–Radio Free Asia (RFA) investigative reporter Jane Tang and RFA’s Mandarin Service were named winners of three awards at this year’s Taiwan-based Overseas Mandarin Media Reporting Awards competition. RFA’s projects, which won across three categories, examine China’s influence operations on U.S. soil, Taiwan’s fragile ecology, and volunteer soldiers from Taiwan joining Ukraine’s forces in the Russia-Ukraine war.

“Congratulations to the fantastic journalists from our Investigative and Mandarin teams,” RFA Executive Editor Min Mitchell said. “These awards are a testament to their outstanding reporting, which fearlessly examines complex issues, providing audiences with nuanced points of view. I couldn’t be prouder of their work.”  

Details on the RFA winners follows:

The Overseas Mandarin Media Reporting Awards is an annual competition sponsored by the Taiwan Overseas Community Affairs Council that honors and recognizes the impactful work of overseas media outlets. This year, the competition drew more than 200 submissions worldwide, which were judged by professors of journalism from major universities in Taiwan.