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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

May 19 2016

Recon group chair says could pay more than 100 million pounds for Aston Villa

BEIJING The Chinese magnate who has agreed to buy English football club Aston Villa has said the final purchase price for the club would range between 75 million pounds and more than 100 million pounds, depending on how the club performs next season.

May 01 2015

Square dancing runs circles around other hobbies for China's elderly

BEIJING Chinese-style square dancing is running circles around other hobbies for the elderly, with millions taking to parks and plazas across China, swivelling their hips and rolling their arms - but it's not to everyone's liking. | Video

May 01 2015

Square dancing runs circles around other hobbies for China's elderly

BEIJING Chinese-style square dancing is running circles around other hobbies for the elderly, with millions taking to parks and plazas across China, swiveling their hips and rolling their arms - but it's not to everyone's liking. | Video

Jan 15 2013

Chinese dwarfs shine with shadow puppets

BEIJING For years, Lu Defeng fought back hurt when people visited the warehouse where he worked as an administrator and asked for his parents. Lu is a dwarf, a minority long condemned to lonely lives and lowly jobs in China.

Jan 15 2013

Chinese dwarfs shine with shadow puppets

BEIJING For years, Lu Defeng fought back hurt when people visited the warehouse where he worked as an administrator and asked for his parents. Lu is a dwarf, a minority long condemned to lonely lives and lowly jobs in China.

Jan 15 2013

Chinese dwarfs shine with shadow puppets

BEIJING For years, Lu Defeng fought back hurt when people visited the warehouse where he worked as an administrator and asked for his parents. Lu is a dwarf, a minority long condemned to lonely lives and lowly jobs in China.

Jan 15 2013

Chinese dwarfs shine with shadow puppets

BEIJING, Jan 15 For years, Lu Defeng fought back hurt when people visited the warehouse where he worked as an administrator and asked for his parents. Lu is a dwarf, a minority long condemned to lonely lives and lowly jobs in China.

Oct 11 2012

James powers "hungry" Heat to statement victory in Beijing

BEIJING LeBron James shot down questions about his hunger to repeat as a National Basketball Association champion by dazzling fans in the Miami Heat's 94-80 preseason win over the Los Angeles Clippers in the Chinese capital on Thursday.

Jul 11 2012

China quality group says mistakes were made in report on Mead milk

BEIJING/NEW YORK A consumer watchdog in China said on Wednesday that a testing centre had made mistakes in reporting that some of Mead Johnson's baby formulas contained prohibited additives and expressed "deep regret" for the erroneous findings that led to a sharp fall in Mead's stock.

Jun 08 2012

China's youngest swimming world champion targets London

BEIJING Ye Shiwen astounded the swimming world when she produced a devastating freestyle leg in the women's 200 metres individual medley to land China's first swimming gold medal at the world championships last July aged just 15.

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