May Lee is available for speeches, seminars, moderating, hosting, emceeing, media consulting and training.  Lotus Media House provides video production services, long and short formats, for all media platforms.  Media consulting in the form of strategy building and one-on-one training is also provided by LMH.  



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MAY LEE is an award-winning broadcast journalist/host who has been both a US based and international anchor, host, correspondent and producer.


At the start of 2020, May’s production company, Lotus Media House, partnered with NextShark, the leading Asian online news source, to launch “The May Lee Show”, a vodcast (video-podcast) focused on Asian and Asian American issues and stories. She has since become a very prominent voice in the effort to combat anti-Asian hate that exploded due to COVID-19. May has been working with various organizations, companies and media outlets to raise more awareness of AAPI history and experiences. 

In July of 2021, May was honored by Forbes and featured on the "50 Over 50 Impact List", spotlighting women over the age of 50 who are leaving a positive and lasting impact on the world.


Prior to “The May Lee Show”, May was the LA-based correspondent for international network CGTN America. She covered news, politics, business and entertainment throughout Southern California and beyond.


In 2007, May founded Lotus Media House, a media company that she started in Singapore and produced original programs including the first iteration of “The May Lee Show”, the first pan-Asia talk show for women. May’s international experience as a broadcast journalist began in 1992 at Japan’s NHK network. From 1995 to 1999, May was with CNN as the Tokyo Correspondent and then the main anchor for CNN International in Hong Kong.


In 2000, May joined the dynamic new women’s network, Oxygen Media, founded by Oprah Winfrey as one of its main talk show hosts. She headed back to Asia in 2004 to join CNBC Asia in Singapore as the primary anchor.


May is currently an adjunct professor at USC’s Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. She is a graduate of Mills College in Oakland, CA where she attained her BA in communications. May is the author of “MAY LEE, LIVE AND IN PERSON. It all begins with Passion”, published by John Wiley & Sons and Random House Korea. 



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