Hansi Lo Wang, who joined War News Radio in August 2005, was a senior producer and co-anchor. Majoring in political science, he graduated from Swarthmore College in May 2009. In June 2008, he created Chinatown Youth Radio Philadelphia with the support of the Lang Opportunity Scholarship.
Most recently, Wang reported on the difficulties of buying gasoline in Iraq, the Iraqi director of Ahlaam, the first feature film to come out of Iraq in years, the Iraqi Mandaen community, and Hollywood movies about the Iraq war.
He has also profiled the author of Guests of the Sheik : An Ethnography of an Iraqi Village, and non-citizen soldiers serving in the U.S. military in Iraq. Wang followed the trail of the illegal Iraqi antiquities market in a two-part series for War News Radio (Part 1 and Part 2). He recently went looking for comedy in Iraq to find out what makes Iraqis laugh.
He also designed the current War News Radio logo.