About Rin-rin

Hello, my name is Rin-rin Yu

Welcome to Rin-rin’s no-frills website!

This website is currently under renovation as she figures out how to make it a hybrid of her journalism and novel writing.

For her forthcoming book, Goodbye, French Fry, Rin-rin is represented by lead agent Regina Brooks at Serendipity Lit!

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Stay tuned!

In the meantime…

Rin-rin is a journalist, writer, editor, and digital media specialist with a diverse background in business and in multimedia journalism. She has extensive experience in web- and mobile-based publishing, social media and digital product development, as well as several years of award-winning print and broadcast reporting.

She is currently the editor-in-chief at Howard University, leading the award-winning Howard Magazine and news/information website, The Dig.

She is also principal and co-founder of the Silver Media Group, a strategic marketing and content consultancy.

Rin-rin is an alumna of several companies, including WashingtonianHanley Wood Business Media (now Zonda)WHDH-TV 7NewsABC News, the Advertising Research Foundation, and the National Association of Home Builders. She has also served as a close consultant for several others, including the Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing (currently as editor of its online magazine, Volta Voices).

Her education includes an M.B.A. from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California, an M.S. from the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, and a B.A. in environmental science from Washington University in St. Louis.

Born and raised outside New York City, Rin-rin currently lives in the Washington, D.C. region with her little family. She enjoys taking pictures and traveling the world, usually simultaneously. See her photography at RedKiteStudios.net. (Older blogs include My Travel Hats and An American in America, but it got expensive to maintain all these domains). She is currently working with a book agent to publish her first novel, a middle-grade fiction book about a Chinese-American girl in suburban New York that might sound an awful lot like her own childhood.

Please feel free to reach out to Rin-rin via social media.