Harry Mok is a journalist by trade, working now as a writer, editor and social media manager for the University of California Office of the President. He is a former editor in chief of Hyphen magazine, and worked in newspapers for more than 15 years.
Harry began working as a professional journalist in 1992 and holds a master’s degree in journalism from the University of California, Berkeley, where he was also a graduate student instructor in the Asian American Studies Department.
At Hyphen, Harry led an all-volunteer staff that produced an Asian American news and culture publication.
Before joining UC, he was a Web producer for ContraCostaTimes.com and InsideBayArea.com, a copy editor for the Chronicle, online editor for ChannelA.com, an Asian and Asian American Web site that went bust during the dot-com boom. He has also worked for Newsday in New York, the San Francisco Examiner and the Associated Press.
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