A Pulitzer Prize-winning series co-authored by Evelyn Iritani, Tyler Marshall, Nancy Cleeland and Abigail Goldman on how Wal-Mart has reshaped the world; from supply chain development and sourcing to labor conditions and union politics. To read more: go to The Wal-Mart Effect.
China: A Giant Awakes
An Overseas Press Club award-winning series by Evelyn Iritani and Marla Dickerson that explored how the rise of China’s manufacturing base was reshaping the global furniture industry. To read more: go to China: A Giant Awakes.
An Ocean Between Us: The Changing Relationship of Japan and the United
States, Told in Four Stories From the Life of an American Town
--By Evelyn Iritani
I explore the relationship
between the U.S. and Japan through the prism of a Northwest mill town, Port Angeles,
Washington. The story begins in 1834 when shipwrecked Japanese sailors washed up on
the Washington coast, continues through World War II, and ends in 1988 when one
of Japan's largest paper companies bought the aging American paper mill that
was the town’s mainstay. Read more.
Tales from Congo
In January 2014, I visited the Democratic Republic of Congo on a two-week reporting trip sponsored by the International Women’s Media Foundation.