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Cichen Shen

APAC Editor

Hong Kong

Based in Hong Kong, Cichen Shen is the APAC Editor for Lloyd’s List. He is responsible for steering the APAC editorial team and covering a wide range of maritime sectors, from shipbuilding and ship finance to logistics and regulations.

Previously Lloyd's List's China Editor, Cichen is a consistent provider of first-hand news and insights about the country’s fast-changing maritime industry and its influence on world trading patterns. 

Outside of shipping, Cichen is a fan of literature and is working on his first novel-- a love story derived from fragments of dreams. 

Prior to his roles at Lloyd’s List, Cichen worked as a reporter for China’s Caijing Magazine in Beijing and was a local producer for US National Public Radio (NPR) and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), while based in Shanghai.

 

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Cosco pushes back Hamburg port terminal deal

Move underlines increasing difficulty for Chinese state-owned port operators to expand overseas amid rising geopolitical uncertainties 

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Seaspan annuls dual-fuel boxship quartet order with K Shipbuilding

Seaspan says the cancellation is due to certain contract conditions not being fulfilled by the counterparty, against which it has reserved its right to claim

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Wan Hai renegotiates contract rates amid transpacific markdowns

Market could turn the corner next year, with smaller ships forced out of the field of competition. Scrapping and low steaming are expected to accelerate 

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Shanghai and Ningbo ports reopen as weakening storm passes

Weather system has been downgraded to a tropical storm and is expected to continue moving northward

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Ports in China brace for typhoon Muifa

Terminal operations at Shanghai and Ningbo halted as China’s National Meteorological Centre says storm is forecast to be most powerful so far this year

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