May Jeong is a reporting fellow at Type Investigations, and an award-winning magazine writer. She is best known for her months-long investigation in to the MSF hospital bombing in Kunduz, Afghanistan for The Intercept. This won her the 2017 South Asian Journalists Association’s Daniel Pearl Award for Outstanding Report on South Asia, as well as the Prix Bayeux Calvados Award for War Correspondents in the Young Reporter category.
The Untold Story Behind the Mysterious Disappearance of Fan Bingbing, the World’s Biggest Movie Star
Before the events of last spring, she was busy being the most famous actress in China.
By May Jeong in Vanity Fair.
There’s a new scandal quietly unfolding in Washington.
By May Jeong in Vanity Fair
Rush hour is unpleasant the world over but in few places is it as deadly as the morning commute in Kabul.
On May 3, 2008, a sunny Saturday in Copenhagen, a crowd gathered along a dock to watch a 58-foot submarine be lowered into the water.
By May Jeong in Wired.