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Yi-Jin Yu

Yi-Jin Yu is an editor and reporter for TODAY Digital and leads digital coverage for Weekend TODAY on Saturday mornings. She is based in New York City.

Yi-Jin Yu is an editor and reporter for TODAY Digital and leads digital coverage for Weekend TODAY on Saturday mornings. She is based in New York City.

Latest from Yi-Jin Yu

231d ago

What is Juneteenth? The history and meaning behind the holiday

What is Juneteenth and why is it important? Find out the history and meaning behind the federal holiday, plus when and how you can celebrate.
385d ago

'We're family': How the I-Collective is bringing Indigenous people and food together

A group of cooks, chefs, seed keepers, educators, activists and advocates are making it their mission to empower Indigenous communities through food.
439d ago

Savannah and her family love Siri Daly's cookies as much as we do

It's a winning recipe that only requires five steps!
447d ago

'Always Jane' star Jane Noury on finding her way as a young trans woman

Jane Noury, the star behind the new docuseries 'Always Jane," opened up to TODAY about transitioning and sharing her story.
455d ago
457d ago

Kristen Stewart is engaged! She reveals details of 'really cute' proposal

Stewart and writer Dylan Meyer are heading down the aisle!
464d ago

Emmy-winning HBO hit 'Succession' renewed for season 4

The Roy family is returning as the family drama continues to heat up in the current third season.
469d ago

'Always Jane' docuseries shares 1 trans teen's coming-of-age journey

Jane Noury is taking viewers along as she prepares to graduate high school and get her gender confirmation surgery.
484d ago

What is sazón? This spice blend is a staple in Latin American cooking

"Sazón creates the flavor — and the color — that most can easily identify as Puerto Rican food," said food writer Illyanna Maisonet.
497d ago

How 2 women are changing the face of the climate change movement

Katharine Wilkinson and Ayana Elizabeth Johnson are leading a new wave of women leaders who are out to save the world.