Susan Li Has A Private Married Life – Here’s All You Need To Know About Her Husband!

Susan Li, a business correspondent for FOX Business Network (FBN), manages to provide a clever gloss to the usually mundane factual reporting.

As a reporter, Li brings attention to a variety of topics, from breaking financial news to divorce rates, but she naturally desires to keep her personal life hidden from public scrutiny. Unfortunately, the journalist’s dating life has been dogged by speculations due to her position as one of the hottest female news anchors.

Susan Li was allegedly dating a man while working in China, and the two had exchanged wedding vows there, according to some sources. Is there any truth to that, though? Or has Li fallen prey to yet another wild rumor, as a’single and attractive’ reporter is prone to.

While Suan Li’s marriage is in question, she has advice for married couples.

The momentum Li has built in her career, having worked for three of America’s most prestigious media organizations, appears to be keeping her too busy for a fling.

Susan Li does not appear to be whining, though, as she appears to be satisfied with her single existence. In fact, she encourages her viewers to live on a single income.

Susan Li gave her own advice on how to save a marriage during a Valentine’s Day eve show on FOX Business Live. If at all possible, she advised men and couples to have separate bedrooms and bathrooms.
She clarified her statement by noting that each couple’s mattress and sleeping habits were unique. When you add in the snoring, it’s tough for anyone to adjust. As a result, having a separate bedroom and bathroom in the house would be an important consideration in saving a marriage.

Or at least that’s how she would have done it if she had been married or had a successful track record, as the clever presenter claims she has never been married or had a successful track record to know what it’s like.

As the reporter rose in reputation, rumors about Li’s marriage to a certain someone in China began to circulate in the media. However, those rumors were unfounded and amounted to nothing more than idle guesswork. Her marriage, which purportedly took place in China, was even covered by the well-known biography website Biographypedia. According to the post, Li was seeing a man during her time at Bloomberg in Hong Kong, and the two even married in China.

All of this appears to have been kept under wraps, with no official reports to back it up.

Susan Li was married to a husband in the past, as evidenced by photos.

Li had been a little cheeky when she mentioned she had never been married or demonstrated a successful track record.

The latter turned out to be true, since Li was married to a husband, at least according to these 2012 Facebook posts. On December 1, 2012, fashion designer Vivienne Tam shared a few photos from a wedding of one of their friends. Li can be seen arm-in-arm with Vivienne and two other men in one photo, posing for the camera.

“Susan Li (Asia Pacific host of Bloomberg TV), Ronald Joseph Arculli (Chairman of Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing), Vivienne and Susan’s husband celebrating Veronica Chou’s and taken at Veronica Chou and Evgeny Klyucharev wedding reception,” the description reads.

It was difficult to tell who was Li’s husband out of the two males. However, another photo of the same event, taken by Vivienne, clears up the mistake. Li and Vivienne flanked a single man in the midst of the photo. That identical figure may be seen to the right of the previous photograph. If Li’s previous Facebook posts are any clue, she was most likely married.

Because the Bloomberg host has not confirmed anything about the subject, readers are urged to take this information with a grain of salt.


Since she was a Canadian anchor, Li has been covering financial news. Li’s feisty demeanor drew the attention of a slew of international news outlets. Around the year 2012, she relocated to Hong Kong to work as a Hong Kong-based anchor for Bloomberg Television, and then to New York to work as a business correspondent for FOX Business Network.

Li recently took a break from her usual statistical reporting to investigate the surge in divorce rates in the United States during the pandemic. According to her poll, spouses staying at home together, with the added stress of homeschooling their children and a loss of income, are likely to be the cause of the rising divorce rate.

According to her survey, divorces increased by 34% year over year, with 57 percent of couples expressing a ‘desire to split.’

According to one survey, #Divorce is on the upswing in the #Covid 19 era, up 34% from previous year, with SOUTHERN States TWICE as likely to UNCOUPLE! Susan Li @SusanLiTV. Despite the fact that those figures appear intimidating, Li is unfazed. She has no qualms about being a single, self-sufficient lady. This is something she inherited from her mother, who raised her and her siblings alone.

The former Bloomberg host recalled how her family moved from China to Canada and watched the live broadcast of the Tiananmen Square demonstration in an article on She saw the occasion as a watershed moment in her life since it launched her on the route to being an anchor, and she acknowledged her mother for inspiring her to become a strong and independent woman.

Her mother, according to Li, was the driving force behind her decision to become a powerful mentor to other young women.

Li is leading the road for other young ladies who want to follow in her footsteps. She’s come a long way from being a poor Chinese child to becoming one of the top ten news anchors on US television networks.

If Li’s past stance on separate beds and her desire to grow into a strong independent woman are any indicator, she is uninterested in companionship. To each his or her own. According to Li’s own words— #expressyourself #youdoyou

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