Vincent Hsia

Writer and Editor

Bio

Vincent Hsia is a freelance writer and editor.

He was lead copyeditor for the South Korean Truth Commission's Truth and Reconciliation: Activities of the Past Three Years. The book is currently banned in South Korea and is referred to as the ""Forbidden Book"" by the Korean media.

Hsia was formerly the youngest regular commentator on Morning Edition at NPR. He holds an M.A. concentrating in international security from Korea University and an M.A. concentrating in Asian regional studies from American University. He has also studied at Fudan University in Shanghai, China.

Featured Work

Painting of Kim Il-sung and Kim Jong-il at Lake Baekdusan, sacred to all Koreans. Photo by <a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/yeowatzup/2921982738/" target=_blank">Yeowatzup</a> (CC)

JUL 8, 2010 Article

The Two Koreas: Despite Nukes and Succession Issues, It's Status Quo

With a flurry of news about escalating tensions between North and South Korea, it might seem that the game has completely changed. But for Koreans ...