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Steven Weathers

11-29-2013 15:52 BJT

Steven Weathers is a bi-lingual TV presenter based in Shanghai. His media experience spans business interviews, weekly magazine features, culture documentaries, travel shows, and live news broadcasts for the 2010 Shanghai World Expo. Since moving to China in 2005, he has traveled to all of China's provinces and has spent weeks at at time filming and interviewing Chinese and multinationals from all walks of life, in China's largest cities to its smallest villages.

In 2012, Weathers received the prestigious Magnolia Award from the City of Shanghai for his contribution to the city and nation's cultural and economic development. Weathers is from the USA, and he received a Masters Degree from the University of St Andrews in the UK.

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