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Nono Shen

Nono Shen

Nono Shen is a full-time news reporter at Richmond News.

Born and raised in Shanghai, China, Nono came to Vancouver six years ago as an international student to pursue her journalism dream, and later she deeply fell in love with Canada. In 2017, she graduated with a master’s degree in journalism from the University of British Columbia.

As a bilingual reporter, Nono enjoys covering stories from the Richmond Chinese-speaking community since many don’t speak the language but are still eager to share and connect with mainstream society. Meanwhile, she hopes her stories could shed light on what’s going on inside the immigrant community.

Phone
778-938-0371
Email
nshen@richmond-news.com

Recent Work by Nono

Heart-wrenching TikTok honouring those who’ve passed goes viral

Heart-wrenching TikTok honouring those who’ve passed goes viral

Richmond musician invites hundreds to help create “wall of pain and remembrance” to Up soundtrack.
A Richmond eatery took two months off triggering overwhelming comments online

A Richmond eatery took two months off triggering overwhelming comments online

What's the longest vacation you have ever taken?
Another Richmond eatery closing its doors this month

Another Richmond eatery closing its doors this month

Some customers said the restaurant has been their go-to spot for years.
The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

The Amazing Race Canada zips through Richmond Night Market

Season 8 of the reality show is expected to come out this year.
Bot tracking Elon Musk detects his arrival at YVR

Bot tracking Elon Musk detects his arrival at YVR

Many high-profile celebrities have gone through Vancouver International Airport this week.
Update: Videos of couple having sex in private room at Richmond Karaoke bar goes viral

Update: Videos of couple having sex in private room at Richmond Karaoke bar goes viral

A manager from the Karaoke Club pleads with people to stop sharing videos possibly taken without consent.
Man converts his Rolls-Royce into an EV and his passion into a Richmond business

Man converts his Rolls-Royce into an EV and his passion into a Richmond business

Richmond business owner is proud that his newly converted electric Rolls-Royce could run for 500 kilometer on a full charge.
Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

Canucks' Lunar New Year jersey is about inclusion, says designer

The Vancouver Canucks unveiled a new jersey designed to celebrate the upcoming Lunar New Year.
China bans Air Canada flights from YVR due to growing Omicron cases

China bans Air Canada flights from YVR due to growing Omicron cases

Starting Jan. 17, four more flights operated by Air Canada from Vancouver to China will be cancelled.
Some drivers took their anger out on Richmond gas station employees

Some drivers took their anger out on Richmond gas station employees

Some Richmond gas stations had to set their pumps to automatically turn off after 30 litres while others simply depend on the honour system.