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.
He recently stepped down as the editor in chief of Hyphen magazine, an Asian American news and culture publication produced by an all-volunteer staff. Harry has written for Hyphen, the San Francisco Chronicle, Salon.com, A. magazine and other publications.
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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