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Noted Chinese News Anchor to Taiwan TV

Sing Tao Daily, news, Posted: Jul 25, 2009

BRISBANE,Calif.,-- Mei Ling Sze, who served the Chinese community for 20 years as a Cantonese news anchor at KTSF channel 26, will leave the United States temporarily to go to Taiwan for two years. Sze told the Sing Tao Daily that she would help a new broadcasting company in Taiwan develop its news program. While away from the Bay Area, Sze will report on Asian countries and the China-Taiwan-U.S. relations weekly through a continue partnership with the TV station. Sze joined KTSF when they started their first Cantonese news program in 1989, since then she became one of the most popular anchors in the Chinese immigrant community. Chinese audiences said they would watch Szes news program more frequently before she left. Sze plans to leave by the end of August.

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