is the Director of News and Public Affairs of A1 Chinese Radio. She also hosts a current affairs program, which covers daily news happening on the day, with in-depth analysis and interviews of newsmakers. For example, when the new Pope Francis was elected, we interviewed Chinese in Vatican City at once. Also, when the Japan earthquake happened in 2011 and on the day when former President of Egypt Mubarak was overthrown, we interviewed local Chinese in Japan and Egypt through long distance call.
Other work that Mary does includes freelance reporting for Sing Tao Daily. In 2009, she covered Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s first trip to China, providing news stories for both Sing Tao Daily and A1 Chinese Radio. During her service with A1 Chinese Radio and Sing Tao Daily, she also had one-on-one interview with the Prime Minister for several times.
Her broadcasting career started at Radio Television Hong Kong. After she immigrated to Toronto, she joined Fairchild Radio to be a current affairs program host which began her journalist career. While working for Fairchild Radio, she covered various historic events, including the Hong Kong Handover and the Taiwan Presidential Election in 2000. She was later promoted to Director of News and Public Affairs.
Mary left Fairchild Radio in 2005 and joined Vancouver Sing Tao Daily as senior reporter. She was awarded the Jack Webster Award for Best Reporting – Chinese Language with her head tax stories. This is the first time for Sing Tao Daily to win this prestigious award. After serving Sing Tao Daily for three years, Mary joined A1 Chinese Radio in 2008, she continues to develop her career and serve the Chinese community.