Sherman was previously the lead China technology reporter for South China Morning Post, one of Asia’s largest English-language daily newspapers. Her work allowed her to witness the rise of China’s Internet sector first hand and to talk to many of the entrepreneurs and industry experts. Currently she is an independent consultant and writer. She regularly writes on issues concerning China internet and technologies in Asia Times and Hong Kong Economic Journal.
Sherman So is also one of the authors of the terrific book, Red Wired – China’s Internet Resolution. It is the first book to comprehensively survey the commercial, political and social roles of China’s Internet at the same point in time that world’s future is being shaped by Chinese intentions.
Sherman graduated at the University of Hong Kong before earning a MBA at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.