Born Chinese and raised Canadian, Susan Li is someone who is killing it in the journalism world as we speak. With her hyphenated identity and of course, the talent, she is someone you just can not miss on the local news.
Not to mention, Li was nominated for the Best News Anchor award at the Asian Television Awards and won the 2012 Asian Television Award for Best News Programme. The articles will include her professional as well as personal life from her husband, marriage, age, height, and many more.
Well, folks get ready to know more about this brilliant reporter.
Susan Li: Quick Facts
Date of Birth:
May 1, 1985
Place of Birth:
University of Toronto
CNBC, Fox News
Early Life and Education: What Nationality is Susan Li?
The award-winning journalist and reporter, Susan Li was born in mainland China and later migrated to Toronto, Canada. There she spent most of her childhood. Her mother, who is also her mentor raised the family on her own in the new land.
The reporter has not mentioned anything when it comes to her father. Aside from that, it seems Li is the only child of her parents. Likewise, Susan’s nationality is Chinese, while her ethnicity is Chinese.
As for his education, Susan Li graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in economics. Similarly, the talented reporter is also fluent in English, Cantonese and Mandarin.
How Old Is Susan Li?- Age and Height
Originally from China, Susan Li was born in the year 1985, which means this talented reporter is 34 years as of now. Not to mention, she adds a year every time her birthday comes on the first of May. Also, her sun sign is Taurus, and the sign is known to be hard-working, loyal, and smart.
Aside from that, not much is not about this gorgeous reporter. Being a reporter, Susan has to be camera-ready all the time. Her long brown hair and brown eyes complement her beauty more.
However, Susan’s exact height, including other measurements, is not known as of now.
Susan Li Professional Career: CCTV
Talking about Susan’s profession, she started her career from the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation right after her graduation. During her time there, Li served various roles including associate producer and a freelance reporter for both radio and television.
Likewise, from 2003 to 2006, Susan was active as an anchor at China Central Television’s CCTV International. The news was broadcasted from Beijing and Susan led other shows like primetime world news, Biz China, the business news recap there. Also, she did extra work as a news editor.
During her time in CCTV, Susan interviewed prominent figures like the Venezuelan President Hugo Chaves, LVMH’s Bernard Arnault, and even professional basketball player, Yao Ming.
After her departure from CCTV, viewers saw her in Bloomberg Television where she hosted the channel’s first primetime evening newscast in the Asia-Pacific region, Asia Business Tonight.
Moreover, her other work included hosting Bloomberg Edge and Morning Call in 2010. The young Canadian even hosted the show titled First Up with Susan Li morning business show that focused on Asian markets where she interviewed major Asian businessman and dealers.
However, being the reporter for Bloomberg meant more than working from the studio. Since she was the part of International global programming, Susan went around the world gathering any critical piece of news.
And luckily, the work led her to meet and interview some international leaders such as Shinzo Abe(Japanese Prime Minister), Najib Razak(Malaysian Prime Minister), Malcolm Gladwell(Author), Steve Wynn(American Casion Developer), and Robin Li(Baidu’s CEO).
Aside from market and business news, Susan also covered the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, including many other events. It was then that Susan was nominated for the Best News Anchor at the Asian Television Awards.
Finally, in 2012, the young reporter won the 7th Asian Television Awards.
CNBC and Fox News
After working for Bloomberg for almost six whole years, Susan bid farewell to the network and moved to CNBC. First, she worked for Asia than Europe and finally the United States-based network before working for Fox Business.
As always her work has led her to meet prominent figures fo the world and dictators such as the former President Barack Obama, Vladimir Putin, and many more.
While Susan worked as a correspondent and a relief presenter in January 2016, Li got the chance to interview Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, Robert de Niro, Jet Li, and even Nobu Matsuhisa.
Sadly this highly qualified reporter left CNBC only to joining FOX Business in April 2018. Since then, she has been working as the corresponding for the network.
Is Susan Li Married?- Personal Life and Husband
As much as we want to Susan’s private life is more personal than we think. She has not mentioned much when it comes to her dating life, and not even flashed the men she dated in the past.