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Nina Wu

Nina Wu is a staff reporter at the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, covering sustainability issues, alternative energy and weather. She was previously arts page editor, a features reporter and business reporter, covering real estate and retail developments.


Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she holds Master's degrees from UC Berkeley School of Journalism and The Fletcher School. She studied English and French literature as an undergraduate student and attended public schools K-12.


Her interests include running, yoga and dogs.
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