Nicholas Kristof is a New York Times columnist, Pulitzer Prize winner, and bestselling author. Since 1984, Nicholas Kristof has worked almost continuously for The New York Times as a reporter, foreign correspondent, bureau chief, and now columnist, becoming one of the foremost reporters of his generation. Reporting from Hong Kong, Beijing, and Tokyo, while traveling far afield to India, Africa, and Europe, Kristof witnessed and wrote about century-defining events: the Tiananmen Square protests and massacre, the Yemeni civil war, the Darfur genocide in Sudan, and the wave of addiction and despair that swept through his hometown and a broad swath of working-class America.He has served as a bureau chief for The New York Times in Hong Kong, Beijing, and Tokyo. He is the coauthor, with his wife, Sheryl WuDunn, of five previous books: Tightrope, A Path Appears, Half the Sky, Thunder from the East, and China Wakes. His forthcoming book is Chasing Hope: A Reporter’s Life, which will be published in May 2024. He was awarded two Pulitzers, one with WuDunn in 1990 for their coverage of China, and a second in 2006 for his columns on Darfur.