Jiyun Tsai

Jiyun Tsai (She/Her) is a multimedia journalist at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism focusing on data and interactive reporting. With a background in sociology, she has been exposed to various social issues and has been trained in qualitative and quantitative research methods. She speaks Mandarin Chinese, Hokkien dialect, English and Korean. Her work has appeared in Oakland North and Oaklandside (in the U.S.), and Storm Media and Public Television Service in Taiwan. In her free time, she likes to pet her friend’s cat Oreo, do some street photography, and travel through cities.

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Tracking Layoffs: StubHub Announces Exit From San Francisco

StubHub’s cut to recruiting staff headlines another batch of SF layoffs, adding to the more than 6,500 lost jobs in 2022.


The Standard Top 10: San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home Sales of 2022

See the view from the most expensive penthouse ever sold in SF, one of three record-setting luxury home deals in July that belie a decline in residential sales overall.

Tracking Monkeypox: San Francisco and State Reports Show Most Patients to Date Are Gay and Male

An analysis of the latest data show SF accounts for one-third of the state’s total monkeypox cases.

This Week in Civics: Learn To Sew, ‘ReImagine’ Fashion, Meet Your Neighbors at National Night Out

Plus, the ‘COOL’ women fighting climate change, remembering Hiroshima and blockchain for beginners.

This Week in Civics: Entry-Level Politics, Orchids in the Park, Be Child-Free

Plus, queer Asian filmmakers experiment with archival footage to reimagine the way LGBTQIA+ people have historically been depicted in media.

This Week in Civics: Do The Work, Build After Dark, Laugh Through Cole Valley

Plus, get inspired (to question what you’ve done with your life) by listening to dynamite 19-year-olds share what they’ve done to change the world.

Crypto, Tech Stocks and Expensive Homes: What SF’s Elected Officials Own

The Standard scoured public records to better understand how Mayor London Breed and San Francisco supervisors invest their cash.

After State-Imposed Cuts, What’s in Next Year’s School Budget?

The 2022-2023 school year will see less per-pupil spending in San Francisco public schools than the previous year.

Exodus of Young Adults Caused San Francisco’s Covid Population Drop

Out of the 58,000 people who left the city between 2020 and 2021, more than two-thirds were aged 20 to 34.

Dive In: Where to Swim in San Francisco

Frigid bay or heated pool? Find the perfect spot to take a dip in The Standard’s guide to swimming spots around The City.