Huileng Tan is a reporter for CNBC.com, with a focus on the impact of China's economy around the world. She also reports on Asia-Pacific commodities.
Huileng was previously a commodities reporter at Dow Jones Newswires/The Wall Street Journal.
She holds a Master of Arts in Language Studies (linguistics) from the National University of Singapore and is bilingual in English and Mandarin Chinese.
You can follow Huileng Tan on Twitter: @huileng_tan
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