Amy Yee is an American journalist based in New Delhi, India since 2006.
She has written for The New York Times, The Economist, The Wall Street Journal, The International Herald Tribune, Forbes, The Washington Post, The Lancet, The Nation, Slate, The Atlantic.com, The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Boston Globe, Ms. Magazine, The Far Eastern Economic Review.com, The Progressive and Afar Magazine among other publications.
She is a former correspondent for the Financial Times, based in New Delhi and New York.
Since 1998 she has written across a range of subjects. From south Asia she writes about poverty and development, business, business fixes for poverty, clean energy, public health, arts, culture and travel. She also writes extensively on Tibet issues.
She has reported from India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and other countries.
In 2012 she was a finalist for the annual South Asian Journalists Association’s journalism awards in the US. In 2008 she was part of a global team of Financial Times reporters named finalists for Best Newspaper Story of the Year in the UK for a series on the environment.
Her photos have appeared on The New York Times’ website, in The International Herald Tribune, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Economist.com, Financial Times, The Atlantic.com, The Christian Science Monitor, The Boston Globe, The Lancet and Buddha Dharma magazine.