- Program Year
- Current Position
- Deputy Managing Editor & Chief Producer
- Commonwealth magazine
- Communications (including media), Journalism, Social justice
- Interest(s) / Expertise
- communications, human capital, human rights, journalism
Sherry is Deputy Managing Editor & Chief Producer at the Commonwealth Magazine, a prestigious and best-selling business magazine in Taiwan. She is in charge of Human Capital issues and has published extensively on the knowledge revolution, digital learning, the internet and the women’s movement.
Sherry is also a journalist and has co-authored three books on human capital and has been on journalistic missions to Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada and the U.S., interviewing politicians and CEOs, such as U.S. Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and Intel CEO Craig Barrett, giving speeches, and subsequently advising the Science and Technology Group of the Executive Yuan. She authored a special report on biomedical technology in Canada, travelling across the country, and was a delegate of the Taiwan journalists to Columbia University in New York. Sherry has been awarded several full scholarships and journalistic awards. She received her journalism BA from National Chengchi University and her journalism MA from National Taiwan University. Sherry wants to infuse the politics of her country with the issue of the quality of human capital as the key to the development of the nation.