Soojung Chang

Senior Writer

Soojung was a writer at findingDulcinea from March 2008 until March 2009. She has worked as a copy editor, reporter and layout editor for publications in the U.S. and abroad, including a one-year stint as an associate editor at The Cambodia Daily, an English-language newspaper in Phnom Penh. She has also worked with the Fort Wayne News-Sentinel in Indiana; The Korea Times in Seoul, and the college wire service Soojung was a reporter and editor at The Michigan Daily, the student newspaper of the University of Michigan, where she has a B.A. in political science. She has also worked as a grantwriter and was an AmeriCorps*VISTA volunteer in 2006.

Favorite Web sites:
Comedy Central
  Rotten Tomatoes

Most Recent Articles by Soojung Chang

  • Fahmida Mirza, First Woman to Serve as Speaker of Pakistan’s National Assembly
    In March 2008, Fahmida Mirza became the first female National Assembly speaker in Pakistan’s 60-year history with the support of the Pakistan Peoples Party, the party of assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
  • Will Texting Save the Elephants?
    Kenya is hoping that by implanting mobile phone cards in the animals’ collars, the government will be able to protect both elephant and human populations.
  • The Foodie: Chinese Cuisine
    From the ubiquitous Kung Pao chicken to regional specialties and exotic-seeming street foods, Chinese cuisine has something to offer for everyone. The evening of August 8, the opening ceremony of the Beijing Olympics, is the perfect opportunity for you to cook up a new Chinese dish or get cozy with one of your favorites from the local takeout joint.
  • Former White House Press Secretary Tony Snow Dies at 53
    Conservative writer and commentator Snow, who served briefly in the Bush administration, passed away early Saturday of colon cancer.
  • North Korea Rejects Talks amid Shooting Incident
    The communist regime turned down a proposal to continue stalled talks, while the South sharply criticized the North for its role in the shooting death of a tourist.