Reporter Kari Huus joined msnbc.com at launch in 1996 after 7 years reporting from China. In recent years, she has focused on domestic issues, playing a key role in msnbc.com series including The Elkhart Project, Gut Check America, and Rising from Ruin--on the recovery of two Mississippi towns after Hurricane Katrina. Huus has also covered a wide array of international stories, including China's 2008 earthquake, the Asian economic crisis, the fall of Indonesia's President Suharto and the Hong Kong handover. Before coming to msnbc.com, she spent three years at the Far Eastern Economic Review in Hong Kong and four years in Beijing where she worked for Newsweek. She has also lived and studied in Taiwan and Singapore, where she was a Fulbright scholar.
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