Title: Commentator and Author
Company: Lawndale News
Location: Chadwick, Illinois, United States
Daniel Laurence Nardini, Commentator and Author at Lawndale News, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in journalism and history.
With more than 30 years of experience to his credit, Mr. Nardini has excelled as a newspaper correspondent with The Fulton Journal from 2018 to 2020. Prior to this position, he served as an editor for Lawndale News from 1994 to 2015 and a foreign english teacher in a language school in Taiwan from 1990 to 1994. Also appointed as a commentator for Lawndale News, he found further success as an author for the Illinois Center for the Book and a writer for the Modern Whig Institute. Mr. Nardini has likewise penned multiple books about his experiences in Taiwan, Korea and Illinois, including “South Korea: Our Story” in 2013, “My Taiwan, Seoul, and Guadalajara (Mexico) Memoirs” in 2015, “The Day China Cried: A Witness to the June 4th Massacre” in 2015, “My South Korea Photograph Memoir” in 2021 and “A Taoist in Rural Illinois” in 2022, to name only a few.
Before embarking on his professional path, Mr. Nardini pursued an education at Beloit College, from which he earned a Bachelor of Arts in anthropology and history in 1983. He concluded his studies at Western Illinois University in 1986, graduating with a Master of Arts in European and Asian history. Notably, his story was featured in an article in The Washington Post titled “The Last American Tourist Flees Beijing” in 1989. Attributing his success to his focus, hard work and the support of his wife of 20 years, he was proudly presented with a Certificate of Appreciation by the Governor of Illinois in 2002. Looing toward the future, Mr. Cardini hopes to continue thriving and helping others through his work as an author.
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