Vincent Ni is currently the China Affairs correspondent for The Guardian, covering the world's most populous nation and its evolving place in the world. Vincent was previously a Senior Journalist at the BBC in London, and has reported for the Corporation from Asia, Europe and North America over the last seven years. He also launched BBC Asia Brief, an internal forum that broadens conversations about East and Southeast Asia and their relationship with the rest of the world for BBC editors and journalists. His work has appeared on the BBC’s flagship programs such as Newshour, Dateline London, and From Our Own Correspondent.
Prior to the BBC, Vincent was a correspondent for Caixin Media in China, tracking China’s global footprint in the Middle East, Europe, and North America. In 2019, he co-created and edited Asia Matters podcast, which hosts in-depth discussions about the biggest issues affecting the world's most populous region.