Yu Sun Chin

Reporter, Kroc Fellow

Yu Sun Chin is a 2015 NPR Kroc Fellow who worked with VPR News in 2016.

Chin was born and raised in Seoul, Korea for most of her life. She majored in Journalism and International Studies at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism. Yu Sun spent her first rotation with Weekend Edition where she produced two-ways on playwright David Hare’s memoir and Korean Americans with relatives in North Korea, among other topics. She has also worked on NPR’s National Desk and in the Newscast unit.

Yu Sun Chin / For VPR

For the nearly 1,500 migrant farmworkers in Vermont, there aren't many opportunities to share their experiences with each other. A project called "El Viaje Mas Caro" hopes to change that. 

The House passed a bill Wednesday that would help many Vermonters with suspended licenses get back on the road.

The bill would repeal suspended licenses for many non-traffic violations like underage tobacco or alcohol use. Traffic tickets that are more than 26 years old would be wiped clean as well.