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A prominent and beautiful Canadian journalist, Susan Li is best known as a co-host of the CNBC flagship news program ‘Squawk Box’. She was born in China and spent her childhood in Toronto, Canada. Susan held her graduation degree from the ‘University of Toronto’ majoring in economics. She started her career working at ‘Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’. Initially she served as a freelance reporter for the various radio and television networks. In the year 2006, she became associated with the ‘Bloomberg Television’. She worked as a host of the network’s first primetime evening newscast in Asia Pacific ‘Asia Business Tonight’. In 2010, she became the host of the programs like ‘Bloomberg Edge’ and ‘Morning call from’. Li has covered the reports of various events like ‘2008 Summer Olympics’, ‘the Shanghai World Expo’ and ‘the Global Financial Crisis’. Prior working at Bloomberg, she worked as an anchor at the China Central Television’s ‘CCTV International’. She has taken the interview of many renowned personalities like ‘Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez’, ‘LVMH’s Bernard Arnault’ and ‘basketball player Yao Ming’. For her inconceivable work as a news anchor, she received a nomination at the ‘Asian Television Awards’ in 2008. Currently she is serving as a co-anchor of the business news program ‘Asia Squawk Box’.
The prominent news journalist is also noticed for her exotic body figure. She looks very attractive and stunning in her news shows. Through her immense beauty, she has been able to grab the attention of the viewers. However, she has not exposed her real body measurements size yet in the media. From her appearance in her shows, she looks to have close body measurements size of 34-23-35 inches. She seems to have an average height of 5 feet 6 inches and weight of 58 kg. Susan looks stunning when she exposes her libidinous body and hot legs in bikini. She wears the bra cup size of 32B. Considering her exquisite body, she is often considered as one of the hottest news journalists of the broadcasting world.