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Beijing-based award-winning radio correspondent and filmmaker Jocelyn Ford has been a journalist in Asia for over 30 years. For over a decade, Jocelyn was bureau chief for U.S public radio's premier national business show, Marketplace — first in Tokyo, later in Beijing. Her work has been heard on Radiolab, The World, Studio 360, and other shows.
Jocelyn's groundbreaking debut documentary film "Nowhere to Call Home: A Tibetan in Beijing" has been translated into nine languages, and has screened in over nine countries, including China, where it was the inaugural film at the new Center for Documentary Studies in Beijing.