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The American journalist Lee fang is originally from Prince George's County of Maryland.
Lee Fang exposed the corruption of the Koch Brothers in the Tea Party Movement as well as the manipulation of the oil market of Koch Industries. He also exposed the corruption of a group of people who lobbied the government.
He is the reporting fellow of Republic Report. Fang is one of the Izzy Award winners of 2018, which the Independent Media of Park Center presented.
It is estimated that the net worth of the renowned journalist of the USA Lee Fang is about $1-5 million.
As a successful journalist, the per year earnings of Lee Fang is approximately $480,000.
There is no valid information about his height or any other physical attributes of Lee Fang.
Born on October 31, 1986, in Prince George's County. As of June 2022, Lee Fang is 35 years old.
Lee Hu Fang was born on Friday, October 31, 1986, in Prince George's County in the state of Maryland, the USA. After a few years, he shifted from Prince George's county to San Francisco with his family.
In 2009, Lee Fang graduated from the University of Maryland of College Park with a degree in politics and government.
At that college, he served in several posts like the Federation President of the Maryland College Democrats, Campus Progress Advisory Board, and the editor of the Democrat blog under the Maryland College.
Before his graduation, Lee fang served as an intern for Congressman Steny Hoyer, Stephanie Tubbs Jones, the firm of lobby 'Westin Rinehart', and the watchdog group of progressive media Media Matters for America.
In the year 2018, Lee Fang married Maytak Chin. There is no valid information about the couple's children or personal life.
The fearless American journalist Lee Fang is best known for his independent work and articles which exposed the corruption of a group of people who manipulate other people. Also, he is best known for his writings on lobbying, how public money is used in politics and conservative movements.
Lee Fang started his journalism career as an investigative blogger for ThinkProgress from the year 2009-2011.
On October 5, 2010, Lee Fang posted a controversial article on ThinkProgress. Which was based on fundraising of the United States Chamber of Commerce from the general fund for their political campaigns.
Lee Fang is a fearless journalist who investigated and acknowledged several issues on how organized and influential groups influence the public sentiments and policies for their selfish benefits.
Lee Fang took a step ahead and exposed the issue of the billionaire Koch brothers to the public. In March of 2011, he posted an article about how the firm Koch manipulated various contents of Wikipedia for their benefit. Lee Fang was greatly appreciated and his research and interview were featured on HBO.
In April 2011, Lee Fang brought to the limelight the oil market manipulation case by the Koch Industries. He was greatly appreciated for his work, and his reported story was even highlighted by the famous broadcasting network CBS.
Lee Fang served as a contributing writer for The Nation and a reporting fellow for The Nation Institute.
In February 2015, Lee Fang started working as an investigative reporter for The Intercept, and presently he is still working with them.
Lee Fang is also an author. He served as a writer and co-founder of the progressive outlet named the Republic Report.
In the year 2018, Lee Fang won the Izzy Award which the Independent Media of Park Center presented. Although he has not won want wards, he is a highly respectable journalist.
Apart from journalism, Lee Fang also has an interest in writing and reading.
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