Lila Feng is a weather anchor for CNN International's World Weather
service based at CNN's world headquarters in Atlanta. Prior to joining CNN
International in 1999, Feng worked for The Weather Network in Canada,
initially as a weather anchor before becoming one of the original
anchor/writer-producers of the network's newscast Earthwatch News in 1992.
She later anchored the network's early and late expanded editions of
Earthwatch and eventually launched the feature-oriented morning show
Weekend Weather Wise for the local Toronto audience. Highlights of Feng's
seven years at The Weather Network included serving as a weather
correspondent to Canada and the United Kingdom from the 1996 Olympics in
Atlanta, reporting from Quebec's ice storm in 1998 and launching the
weather service at the Canadian Television (CTV) 24-hour news headline
Before joining The Weather Network, Feng produced and co-hosted the
daily public affairs program Hour Montreal Magazine for the Montreal
Bureau of FM96 CJFM. Prior to her work at CJFM, Feng was an associate
producer and news writer of the national morning drive news program Good
Morning Canada at CKO NewsRadio Network.
A native of Montreal, she is fluent in English and French and
conversational in Mandarin Chinese.
Feng earned a bachelor's degree in English from McGill University in