An award winning journalist, Pallavi Aiyar has worked as a foreign correspondent for over 15 years, reporting from China, Europe, Indonesia and Japan. She is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum and also serves on the WEF’s Global Council on the Future of Media and Entertainment. She is the author of several books including the China-memoir: Smoke and Mirrors, the novel: Chinese Whiskers, an exploration of contemporary Europe’s challenges: Punjabi Parmesan, and a parenting memoir: Babies and Bylines. Her book on Japan, Orienting: An Indian in Japan, will be published next year. Pallavi was a Reuters Fellow at Oxford University and is the youngest winner of the Prem Bhatia memorial prize for political reporting for her dispatches from China. Pallavi is currently based in Tokyo, from where she writes about Japan for Indian and international publications.
屢獲殊榮的記者Pallavi Aiyar擔任外國記者已有15年以上，曾經從中國，歐洲，印度尼西亞和日本報導。 她是世界經濟論壇的青年全球領袖，並是論壇媒體與娛樂未來全球理事會的成員之一。 她是幾本著作的作者，其中包括中國回憶錄：《Smoke and Mirrors》，小說：《Chinese Whiskers》，對當代歐洲挑戰的探索：《Punjabi Parmesan》，以及育兒回憶錄：《Babies and Bylines》。 她有關日本的書《Orienting: An Indian in Japan》將於明年出版。 Pallavi是牛津大學的路透社研究員，亦因為她的中國的政治報導成為Prem Bhatia紀念獎的最年輕獲獎者。Pallavi目前居住在東京，為日本和國際出版社撰寫有關日本的文章。