Isobel Yeung, age, 32, has always been the most remarkable correspondent who has covered the all-inclusive range of global stories. As a result of her hard-working, she has won two awards. Currently, she is working with VICE HBO as a correspondent. Talking about her relationship, well she is in a relationship with her longtime boyfriend, Benjamin Zand.
Isobel Yeung was born on November 2, 1986, in England under the birth sign of Scorpio. She belongs to the mixed ethnicity of Chinese and English. Her father is of Chinese descent and her mother is an English. She holds British nationality.
Isobel is very protective when it comes to her family member. She often shares pictures of her family members on Instagram. Furthermore, she completed her college degree in England and later moved to China.
Isobel Yeung, who is the age of 32, is not married. Well, she is in a relationship with British-Iranian journalist and filmmaker, Benjamin Zand. They first meet each other while Isobel was working in VICE. Within the months of their meeting, they eventually started dating.
Although the couple has just been dating for a few months it seems like they were together for a long time. However, during an interview with The Window in April 2017, she told that managing relationship has been quite challenging to her life.
She has to travel to different places because of her work schedules, which made her life difficult in figuring the quality time to her boyfriend, friends, and family.
However, when she gets free time, she always spends her time with her boyfriend Benjamin. Most recently, they have flaunted their relationship on their social media account, which shows their relationship to be good.
Talking about her past affairs, she has not been in any relationship or dating anyone except Benjamin.
Isobel Yeung’s net worth is around $500 thousand, as per some online sources. As a journalist, she might have collected a decent amount of money through her successful career.
According to the source, the journalist with up to five years of experience generally earns around £25,500. Those who have decades of experience earn more than £35,000 to £40,000.
Talking about her career, when she packed off to China without anything in mind except to travel and learn the language. She took a job with a state-run media in Shanghai. However, she decided to quit the job after she saw the potentials of the country.
Later, she took to freelancing for publications and broadcasters having realized that Asia was being under-reported.
Back in 2014, Hing Kong Protests, she was still in China, which gave her an opportunity to make a documentary piece for Vice. Her documentary was a big success which made her move to New York to work full-time for Vice.
While working at Vice News Tonight, she has pushed many boundaries and achieved a lot of things. Furthermore, she has covered a lot of other global stories in different parts of the world.
Besides working at The Vice News, she has worked for many different publications including The Independent, The Telegraph, The Guardian, and China Morning Post.
She has won a Grace Award in 2017 and Front Page Award in 2018 for echoing the struggles of women in Afganistan and their rights issues.