Kristie Lu Stout Bio, Wiki, Age, CNN, Husband, Net worth, Salary, and Twitter

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Kristie Lu Stout Profile

Kristie Lu Stout is an American-Chinese journalist and news anchor for CNN International. She currently hosts the program Marketplace Asia and other feature programs. She previously hosted the daily news show News Stream, which emphasized news connected with technology, and the monthly news discussion program, On China.

Kristie Lu Stout Age

Lu Stout is 49 years old as of 2023, she was born on 7th Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America. Additionally, she celebrates her birthday on 7th December every year.

Kristie Lu Stout Height

She stands at an average height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.

Kristie Lu Stout Family

Stout was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to a European American father and a Han Chinese mother; as a result, she was raised in a partially Chinese-speaking household. Her mother was born in Taiwan to parents from Guizhou. Stout grew up in Saratoga, California, and graduated from Lynbrook High School in San Jose, California, where she was a founding member of the Lynbrook Speech and Debate Club and worked as a model in her teens.

Kristie Lu Stout Education

She studied journalism as an undergraduate at Stanford University, writing for The Stanford Daily and KZSU. Additionally, in the early 1990s, she traveled to China to learn Standard Chinese at Tsinghua University, freelance for the South China Morning Post, and worked at Sohu. Moreover, in 1996, she started working as an editorial intern at Wired, and in 1997 she graduated with a master’s degree in media studies from Stanford.

Kristie Lu Stout Husband

Lu Stout is happily married to the Malaysian Chinese attorney Seung Chong. The couple is blessed with a  beautiful daughter Arabella. The family resides in Hong Kong.

Kristie Lu Stout
Kristie Lu Stout


Kristie Lu Stout CNN

Furthermore, in 2000, a senior producer for CNN invited Stout to work as a “television and dot-com reporter”. After listening to her give a speech about the Internet in China at the Foreign Correspondents’ Club, in Hong Kong. Starting from 2001, she hosted the daily World Report which earned her a 2006 Asian Television Award. As Best News Presenter or Anchor when it was still called CNN Today. She occasionally also hosts the talk show, Talk Asia. She previously hosted CNN’s technology program Spark, their daily “Tech Watch” segment, and the monthly program Global Office. From 2010 to 2018, she hosted CNNI’s premier Asia-Pacific Primetime show News Stream with Kristie Lu Stout, until it was canceled due to budget cuts.

Since then she has focused on feature programming including documentaries and anchors’ special breaking news events. She also fills in for Rosemary Church and Max Foster on their editions of CNN Newsroom. Based in China for two decades, Lu Stout maintains a focus on how developments in China are dramatically changing the world for all of us. From anchoring CNN’s groundbreaking Eye on China series in 2004 to covering the Trump-Xi Summit in Beijing. To report on fresh tensions with a new U.S. administration, Lu Stout has remained committed to reporting on the country. She was also instrumental in launching On China, CNN’s first-ever regular series focused on the country — a first by any international TV news network.

Kristie Lu Stout Career

Lu Stout started her career in journalism in San Francisco at WIRED magazine’s online division. She has written on technology for various media publications including the South China Morning Post, where she founded and wrote the Beijing Byte column. Before her career in journalism, she was an early employee at Beijing-based Internet company Sohu.com and worked for Reuters’ new media team in China. Over the years, her work has been nominated for multiple categories at the News and Documentary Emmy Awards including the CNN Special Report, Witness to the Pandemic, in 2021.

Lu Stout’s program Inventing Tomorrow: Tech in a Time of Pandemic was awarded Best Covid-19 Factual Feature at the 2020 Content Asia Awards. With over 900,000 fans and followers on social media, Lu Stout believes in engaging with her viewers and makes social media an integral part of her reporting. She also believes in contributing to the debate with viewers off-camera with regular speaking and moderating appearances. And is well known for her style in stimulating frank and lively conversations. Lu Stout also plays an active role in promoting the CNN Freedom Project, the network’s award-winning initiative. Focused on reporting stories of modern-day slavery, including student outreach in Hong Kong and across Asia as part of #MyFreedomDay. She is also proud to be part of CNN’s Call to Earth Day — a new global initiative to engage students on the need for urgent action against climate change and pollution.

Kristie Lu Stout Salary

She has an estimated annual salary of $30,000 to $80,000 from her career at CNN News.

Kristie Lu Stout Net Worth

Lu Stout has an estimated annual Networth of $ 1 million to $5 million earned from her career as an Anchor and correspondent.

Kristie Lu Stout Social Media Platforms

Lu Stout is very active on her Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages. She has 164.7k followers on Twitter, 25.6k followers on Instagram, and 55k followers on Facebook.

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