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Camely Arta
Camely is an undergraduate student majoring in Management. She spends way too much of her time binge-watching on Netflix, and takes pleasure in Mexican food occasionally.
Indonesia Opens its First Modern and Contemporary Art Museum
Sam Lee
Sam Lee has strong interests in public policy, especially public finance in Hong Kong. He writes for enjoyment and advocating his beliefs.
Hong Kong's Government Has a Strange Problem — Too Much Money
Nate Maynard
Nate Maynard works on environmental issues ranging from climate change to the circular economy. A Fulbright fellowship to study coral reef economics originally brought him to Taiwan where has since also consulted on green business development and clean power . He is currently a PhD student at National Chengchi University.
Taiwan Cannot Develop Renewable Energy While Secretly Subsidizing Fossil Fuels
Matthew Fulco
Matt Fulco, a Taipei-based freelance journalist, is a Contributing Writer for Taiwan Business TOPICS.
Goodbye Confucius, Hello Matzu: Is Taiwan Becoming a Chinese-Language Education Hub?
Alexander Görlach
Alexander Görlach is a F. D. Roosevelt Foundation In Defense of Democracy Affiliate Professor at Harvard University College, a senior fellow to the Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs and a fellow at the Center for Humanities (CRASSH) at the University of Cambridge, UK. He is an op-ed contributor to The New York Times and the publisher of the online-magazine www.saveliberaldemocracy.com. 
Trump's Asia Trip was Surprisingly Predictable
The Third Pole
Third Pole Project was launched three years ago by www.chinadialogue.net, a not for profit web platform with offices in London, San Francisco, Delhi and Beijing. Established six years ago, its mission was to create a trusted, fully bilingual Chinese-English platform for news, analysis and opinion on climate change and the environment.
Global Climate Summit Dominated by Budget Cuts, Red Tape
David Green
David Green is an editor at The News Lens. He covers a lot of stuff, but is most comfortable trying to work out if a robot will come for his job before a government pays for retraining or offers basic income.
DPP Bows to Big Business as Tsai Fails to Uphold Pledge to Protect Workers
Leora Joy
Leora Joy is an artist interested in the perverted intersections between art, the practise of everyday life & popular culture.
REVIEW: Spectrosynthesis Exhibition: Is this LGBTQ Rainbow Fragmented?
Rongbin Han
Rongbin Han is an Assistant Professor in the Department of International Affairs, University of Georgia. He received his Ph.D. from University of California, Berkeley in 2012, under the supervision of Kevin J. O’Brien. He was born in East China’s Jiangsu Province and got his bachelor degree in International Studies from Peking University, Beijing, China. He also received a Master of Social Sciences from National University of Singapore in 2006.
New (and Not So New) Trends in China’s Online Censorship
Tim Ferry
Tim Ferry is Taiwan Business Topics magazine’s associate editor and reporter. Prior to joining Taiwan Business Topics magazine in 2014, Tim was a frequent contributor, focusing primarily on issues related to energy, economy and technology.
Energy in Taiwan: Uncertainty in Liquefied Natural Gas
Andrew David Jackson
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An Angry North Korean Populace Won't Cause a Revolution
Julian CH Lee
Julian CH Lee is Senior Lecturer in Global Studies at RMIT University. His research has addressed civil society, religion, and activism in Malaysia, as well as multiculturalism in Malaysia and Australia. His books include Second Thoughts: On Globalisation, Malaysia, Society and Self (2015), Islamisation and Activism in Malaysia (2010). His forthcoming book, Civil Society and the Public Sphere in Malaysia, will be published by University of Amsterdam Press. His short films include For Japan, Our Sister (2014) and Caring at a Distance (2017).
A New Generation of Protest Culture Sweeps Southeast Asia
Darice D. Chang
Darice is a writer, artist, and educator-activist based in Taiwan. She speaks three languages and is usually getting paid to use one of them. In her spare time she enjoys the local music scene and promoting healthy ethical living.
Women in Power: Reflections on Gender Politics From Taipei to Lhasa
Nicholas Leong
Nicholas Leong is a trainee advocate and solicitor for Messrs Lai Mun Onn & Co, Singapore and a graduate of the University of Manchester and BPP University Law School.
ASEAN Must Reform Remittances to Protect Migrant Workers
Martin Hiesboeck
Martin Hiesboeck is an international branding, corporate strategy and technology consultant with a focus on Asia, and the CMO and managing partner at Geber Brand Consulting. He works mainly with companies developing international brands, developing new technologies, and guides multinational companies on their journey in the Asian marketplace. A sought-after keynote speaker in both Chinese and English, he also teaches university courses in branding, digital marketing, and technology management. Follow him on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/@MHiesboeck.   
The Dangerous Arrogance of Taiwan's New Southbound Push
Edward White
Edward White is International Editor with The News Lens. 
UPDATE: Waking from a Nightmare, 16 Years on Death Row in Taiwan
Stellina Chen
Stellina Chen is an illustrator and a cartoonist with a special interest in world news.
CARTOON: Trump's China Deals – US$250 Billion or Baloney?