Kim Wall is a Swedish multimedia journalist based in New York. She writes about environment, politics and society in Asia-Pacific and elsewhere, with a particular interest in the nexus of popular culture and policy. With a background in foreign affairs and diplomacy, Kim has reported from destinations including North Korea, China, Sri Lanka, Haiti, Myanmar, Hong Kong, India and the Marshall Islands. Her work has appeared in New York Times, Foreign Policy, The Guardian, The Atlantic, Al Jazeera, and South China Morning Post, among others.
Five years after the earthquake, the Martelly-administration is set to make Haiti the Next Big Thing in Caribbean tourism. Can this be the path to sustainable development and finally ‘save’ Haiti?