Simon Denyer is a journalist and author who has worked for some of the world’s leading news organizations. He is currently the Washington Bureau Chief for The Tokyo Times.
Denyer started his career as a business reporter for The Financial Times in London. He then moved to The Washington Post, covering economic policy and politics.
In 2006, Denyer relocated to Beijing to work for Reuters. He spent six years as the Asia Business Editor for Reuters before moving to The Tokyo Times in 2012.
Denyer has won numerous awards for his reporting, including a Pulitzer Prize in 2008. He is the author of two books, “Peking Duck Soup” and “The Last Empress.”
Denyer is a graduate of the University of Oxford. After graduating, he spent a year living in China, teaching English and learning to speak Mandarin.
Simon Denyer is an expert on Chinese politics and economics and has interviewed many of the country’s leading politicians and business people. He is also a regular commentator on East Asian affairs for various media outlets.
Denyer is married to Japanese journalist Miki Denyer. The couple has two children.
Denyer has covered a wide range of stories during his career at the Washington Post, but some of the most notable include:
– The global financial crisis
– The rise of China and its impact on the global economy
– The Occupy Wall Street movement
– The Sony Pictures hack
– The 2016 U.S. presidential election
Simon Denyer is an accomplished journalist who has worked for some of the world’s leading news organizations. As the Washington Bureau Chief for The Tokyo, he covers politics and economic policy in the United States and East Asia. Simon Denyer’s: Facebook Page.