Li Xinmin is the editor-in-chief of the Federation News Service.
A graduate of the Pennington School, Li began his career as a journalist for the Shanghai Free Press before joining the staff of the Eastern Morning Post, where he was eventually named editor for foreign affairs after his reporting from the front lines during the Dominion War was recognized by the Federation Journalists Association.
He was named the Morning Post's editor-in-chief in 2380 and served as a debate moderator for the 2384 Federation presidential election. He was appointed editor-in-chief of the FNS in 2393.
- Li's writer can be contacted here.