FOX Business Network (FBN) business correspondent Suan Li manages to give a savvy spin to the otherwise monotonous factual reporting. 

As a reporter, Li sheds light to a slew of different things, from breaking financial news to divorce rates but understandably prefers to keep her private life in the dark — away from the public scrutiny. Unfortunately, thanks to her reputation for being among the hottest women news anchor, the journalist's dating life has not been spared of rumors.

Some sources claim that Susan was dating a man while working in China and that the two had exchanged their wedding vows there. But Is there any truth to that? Or has Li become the victim of another wild speculation —  as a ‘single and attractive’ reporter is often prone to. 

Suan Li's Advice For Married Couples While Her Marriage Itself Is A Question Mark

The momentum Li has been able to gain in her career, having worked in three of the most reputed media companies in America, seems to be keeping her busy without much time for a fling.

However, she isn't complaining as she appears to be enjoying her single life and is content being with herself. In fact, she even advocates having a single living to her viewers. 

During a particular Valentine’s Day eve show of FOX Business Live, Li shared her own tip to save a marriage. Her advice was for husbands and wives to have a separate bedroom and bathroom if possible. 

She explained her statement, stating that every couple had their own preference for mattresses and sleeping habits. Add to that snoring, and it was difficult for any individual to adjust. Hence, a separate bedroom and a bathroom in the house would be a noteworthy factor to consider in saving a marriage. 

Or at least that’s how she would have done it as, according to the savvy host, she has never been married or proven a successful track record ever to know what that would feel like. 

Rumors of Li’s marriage to a certain somebody in China was circulating in the media as the reporter began to gain more and more prominence. But those rumors were baseless and didn’t proceed further than just speculation. 

Even known biography site Biographypedia wrote about her marriage that allegedly took place in China. According to the article, Li was dating a man during her Bloomberg stint at Hong-Kong and even exchanged their wedding vows in China.

Apparently, all this was under tight wraps without any official reports to back it up.  

Past Pictures Show That Li Was Indeed Married To A Husband

It turns out Li had been cheeky with her comment when she said she had never been married or proven a successful track record

The latter turned out to be the case as Li had been married to a husband, or at least that’s what these 2012 Facebook posts imply. On December 1, 2012, fashion designer Vivienne Tam posted a few pictures on the occasion of one of their acquaintances' wedding. 

In one post, Li can be seen with Vivienne and two other men arm-to-arm, posing to the camera. 

The caption reads, “Susan Li (host of Bloomberg TV, Asia Pacific), 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.”

Susan Li, Vivienne, and Vivienne and Susan's husband at their friend's wedding reception. (Photo: Facebook)

It was hard to guess which of the two men was Li’s husband. 

However, that confusion is cleared by another picture of the same event, again posted by Vivienne. The photo featured Li and Vivienne flanking a single man in the middle. That same man was to the right of the previously mentioned photo. 

The caption of the second photo reads, “Vivienne, Susan Li (the very talented host of Bloomberg TV, Asia Pacific) and Susan's husband as guests at Veronica Chou's wedding.”

If those past Facebook posts are any indication, then it wouldn’t be wrong to assume that Li was indeed married.

Vivienne with Susan Li and Husband (photo: Facebook)

Since nothing regarding the matter has been confirmed by the Bloomberg host herself, readers are advised to take this bit of information with a grain of salt. 

Li's Career And Lifestyle Points To Her Marital Status

Li has been covering financial news ever since she was a Canada-based anchor. Li’s spunky attitude garnered the attention of many international networks. After moving to Hong Kong to work as the Hong Kong-based anchor for Bloomberg Television around the year 2012, she finally moved to New York to join FOX Business Network as a business correspondent. 

Recently, Li took a break from her otherwise statistical reporting to uncover the rise in divorce rates in the U.S after the pandemic hit. According to her survey, couples staying home together with the additional stress of homeschooling their kids and income loss is probably what led to the escalating divorce rate. 

As per her report, divorces rose a staggering 34% from last year, and a whopping 57% of couples showed 'interest to separate.' 

While those numbers certainly seem daunting, Li takes that with stride. She has no qualms about being a single and independent woman herself. This aspect she takes from her mother, who raised her and her siblings on her own. 

In an article on harpersbazaar.com, the former Bloomberg host spoke of when her family relocated from China to Canada and watched the live broadcast of the Tiananmen Square protest. She referenced that moment as being a pivotal turning point in her life, as it set her towards her path in becoming an anchor, and at the same time credited her mother for inspiring her to become a strong and independent woman. 

According to Li, her mother was why she did what she did to become a strong mentor to other aspiring women. 

Li is paving the path for other young women that want to make their own way. She certainly has come a long way from a struggling child in China to become one of the top 10 leading news anchors in US Television networks. 

If her previous stance on separate bedrooms, her need to become a strong independent woman are any indication, Li isn't much bothered with companionship. To each their own. As per Li's own mantra— #youdoyou #expressyouslf