Frank Langfitt has lived in or covered China for nearly twenty years. Before taking over as the NPR London correspondent in 2016, he spent five years as the company’s China correspondent. Based in Shanghai, he drove a free taxi around the city for a series on a changing China as seen through the eyes of ordinary people. In 2008, Langfitt also covered the Beijing Olympics as a member of NPR’s team, which won an Edward R. Murrow Award for sports reporting. Langfitt’s print and visual journalism have also been honored by the Overseas Press Association and the White House News Photographers Association. He is a graduate of Princeton and was a Nieman Fellow at Harvard.