Meet the Team
Managing Editor dbAsia
A graduate of Hong Kong Baptist University and fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin and English, Alice began her career in journalism at Television Broadcasts Limited, before moving to print journalism in 2014 at the South China Media group.
While exposing council corruption, championing community heroes and chasing down criminals proved to be brilliant training, local news was not as captivating as the world of wine.
Colin Hay is db’s Bordeaux correspondent and a Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po in Paris, where he works on the political economy of Europe, la place de Bordeaux and wine markets more generally.
Since the early 1980s, Morris has been writing about wine and doing so full-time since the turn of the century, filling his notebooks with dispatches from about 150 reporting trips to wine regions around the world.
A resident of Delaware on America’s East Coast, he freelances for 15-20 publications, generally about wine and food but also about popular culture and social issues. He enjoys equally writing for business and consumer audiences. As a writer, he is as interested in how winegrowers think about their craft as he is in tasting their product.
Morris has a long background in corporate marketing and public relations for multinational corporations, but discovered early on that he and university lecturing, which he did on writing at Arizona State University, are not of a common cloth.
He holds degrees from the University of Charleston, the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana and the University of Delaware.
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