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Mingson Lau is a multimedia reporter and graduate student at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Through visuals and writing, Lau aims to tell impactful stories that can inform, elucidate, and engage. Lau found his passion for storytelling in his high school’s award-winning broadcast journalism program, where he contributed to the morning news show and projects for Vegas PBS’ Inside Education. 


At Arizona State University, Lau continued to develop his skills by working/interning at The State Press, Arizona PBS, Arizona Schools Board Association, and Cronkite News. Lau also has worked as a research aide for the Voices Listening Project, studying media needs of local communities and developing product solutions to improve news communication.


Currently, Lau is a visual intern with The Arizona Republic and a fellow in the Carnegie-Knight News21 program. When Lau is not working on a story or preparing for his classes, you can find him making sushi at Japanese restaurants across Tempe.

Tempe, Arizona


About Me


          Photos For: The Arizona Republic/                       Story By: Alex Chenevey

          Photos For: The Arizona Republic/                       Story By: Juliette Rihl

    Photos For: JMC 451, Photojournalism II              Related Story: Short Video Documentary on Arizona Cats by Mingson Lau

          Photos For: The Arizona Republic/                       Story By: KiMi Robinson

More examples of my work can be found throughout my website. If there are any questions feel free to contact me at

       Broadcast Package For: Cronkite News, Arizona PBS                   

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