Cindy Hsu Biography
Cindy Hsu is a Chinese-American Emmy Award-winning anchor and reporter working for CBS 2 News in New York City. She joined the station in 1993 as a reporter. She serves the station as a weekend co-anchor a role she was promoted to in May 1994.
Cindy Hsu Age
Hsu is 54 years old as of 2020. She was born on May 6, 1966, in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 6th of May every year.
Cindy Hsu Height
Hsu stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m) tall and weighs about 55 Kg.
Cindy Hsu Family
Hsu was born in Honolulu, Hawaii to a Coast Guard family that moved every two to four years. She has not disclosed the name of her parents but she has a younger brother named David Hsu.
Cindy Hsu Husband
Hsu is very private about her personal life therefore it is not known if she is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of her being in any past relationship with anyone.
Cindy Hsu Daughter
Hsu has a daughter, Rosey. She adopted her and has mentioned it in her book ‘Bringing Home Rosie.’ During her free time, Hsu likes to go to school, concerts, and tours with her daughter. She resides in New York City with her daughter.
Cindy Hsu Net Worth
Hsu has an estimated net worth of about $3 Million which she has earned through her career as an anchor and reporter.
Cindy Hsu Salary
Information about how much Hsu receives is under review and will be updated as soon as the information is available. However, according to sources, CBS Anchor/Reporter’s salary ranges from $63,886 – $184,557.
Cindy Hsu Career
Hsu serves at CBS 2 News as a Weekend Co-anchor. Her work at CBS 2 has been recognized with numerous awards which include “Reporter of the Year” from the NY &NJ Asian-American Law Enforcement Organization. Hsu’s personal adoption story, “Bringing Rosie Home,” was nominated for an Emmy Award and won the New York AP Broadcasters Award for Best Feature.
For her Outstanding Single Hard News Story for “Smuggled from China,” which exposed the horrific plights of Chinese refugees from the Golden Venture ship, Hsu received Emmy Awards. She also received another Emmy for her live coverage of the snowstorm of 1994. She was honored with the Golden Apple Award by the American Women in Radio and Television, and she also received the Friends of Adoption Award from the Adoptive Parents Committee.
Hsu worked as a reporter and anchor at WFRV-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and for WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio Before joining WCBS-TV. She started her broadcasting career as an associate producer for WTVR-TV in Richmond, Virginia.
Additionally, she served on the Board of Directors of the Museum of Chinese in the Americas and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and also the Newswatch Advisory Council which monitors fairness in journalism. She has been the co-chair of Cooks for Kids, an annual event that raises money for kids living with AIDS and HIV.
She is actively involved with The Children’s Miracle Network. Previously, she was the President of the New York Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association. She is also a world-class dragon boater, competing with her team Women in Canoe.
When Hsu is not covering the news, she spends much of her time performing community work and is strongly involved with the Asian-American community. Hsu is a Big Sister and has worked on the Advisory Board of APEX, a group that pairs Asian professionals with recent immigrants and young people who need guidance.
Cindy Hsu CBS 2 New York
Hsu is working at CBS 2 New York where she works alongside other famous CBS 2 New York anchors and reporters including;
- Elise Finch
- Otis Livingston
- Steve Overmyer
- Lisa Rozner
- Kristine Johnson
- Chris Wragge
- Hazel Sanchez
- Dick Brennan
- Ali Bauman
- Lonnie Quinn
- Tony Aiello
- Vanessa Murdock
- Mary Calvi
- Dana Tyler
- Jessica Moore
Cindy Hsu Social Media Platforms
Hsu is active on her social media accounts and is often seen posting on her Facebook and Twitter. She has over 5,000 followers on Twitter and over 6,000 followers on Facebook.