Kaity Tong is a Chinese-born American broadcast journalist. She has been a television news anchor in New York City since 1981.
|Born:||July 23, 1947, Qingdao, China|
|Education:||Bryn Mawr College (B.A, English literature), Stanford University (M.A, Chinese and Japanese studies)|
|Occupation:||American television journalist/news anchor|
|Spouse(s):||Robert Long (divorced), 1 child, Patrick Callahan (divorced)|
|Relatives:||Hollington Tong (great-uncle)|
|Family:||George and Anita Tong (parents)|
|IMDb:||Kaity Tong's IMDb|
About Kaity Tong
Chinese-American television journalist who became a fixture of New York newscasts in 1981. She is the recipient of several prestigious honors, including the Paul Harris Fellowship from Rotary International.
She moved to the United States from China at age four and grew up primarily in Washington, D.C..
She has played a news reporter in films like Marci X and Night Falls on Manhattan.
She has a son named Philip and married photographer Patrick Callahan.
She co-anchored the WPIX 10pm newscast with Jack Cafferty from 1992 to 1998.
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