Hu Shuli (born 1953) is a Chinese journalist, who is the founder and publisher of Caixin Media. She is also the professor of the School of Communication and Design at Sun Yat-sen University and the adjunct professor of the School of Journalism and Communication at Renmin University of China.
- Laughable rumors. I’m not stepping back or stepping down. You could say I’m stepping up.
- On the rumors of her stepping down as head of Caixin Media in "AP Interview: Chinese editor Hu Shuli steps aside, not down" in Associated Press (30 January 2018)
- We always think there are stories to do and we don’t think, ‘maybe this environment should be better’. We’ve always felt we could do anything we wanted. It was just based on what our priorities are.
- China also has this kind of problem ... China had the ‘women hold up half the sky’ revolutionary slogan — but the actual situation, the actual status of women — I think is a very profound issue.
- On #MeToo movement in China in "AP Interview: Chinese editor Hu Shuli steps aside, not down" in Associated Press (30 January 2018)
- Revealing the truth to the public requires layers of checking and multiple source verification. Good journalism can safeguard interests and foster changes of rules.
- The role that we journalists have to play is very large because China does not have elections and there are so many restrictions.
- In 2012, at a lecture in Chinese University of Hong Kong, as quoted in "HU SHULI: The Hard-Earned Right to Report" in Ramon Magsaysay Award Foundation (14 November 2016)
- Reform is an accelerating process, as soon as it starts, it will move faster and faster.
- As quoted in "Transcript of Shuli Hu’s interview"