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Daphne K. Lee
Daphne K. Lee is a journalist based in Taipei and an editor for The News Lens International. She's a perpetual traveler who finds story ideas while roaming the planet.
Coronavirus Outbreak Unsettles China's Cinema Ambition
Voice of America
Voice of America (VOA) is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, providing news and information in more than 40 languages to an estimated weekly audience of more than 275 million people. 
This Hearty Group of Filipinos Is Staying Strong Worldwide Despite Virus Outbreaks
TNL Staff
The News Lens International is a Taiwan-based independent digital media, providing balanced reporting and thought-provoking opinions from Taiwan and all around Asia. 
A Coffee Shop Guide to Hsinchu, Taiwan's Fika Capital
Jeremy Van der Haegen
Jeremy is a Belgian journalism student interning for The News Lens in Taipei.
Taiwan’s Craft Beer Industry in Search of a Local Identity
Deutsche Welle
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster and a trusted source for reliable news and information with content in 30 languages. The flagship channel DW provides analysis and insights to viewers around the globe, reporting on important issues in English 24/7. With continuous news reports, special features and talk shows covering everything from business, science and politics to culture and sports, DW brings people closer to what matters most – made in Germany, made for minds.
China Sentences Swedish Publisher to 10 Years In Prison
The Conversation
The Conversation US launched as a pilot project in October 2014. It is an independent source of news and views from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public.
Indian Women Join a Global ‘Fourth Wave’ Feminist Movement
Hilton Yip
Hilton Yip is a freelance writer and editor based in Taiwan who has also worked in Hong Kong and Beijing. He writes about regional political and socio-economic developments as well as books and travel.   
Hong Kong’s Two-Faced Identity: Prosperity and Panic
TNL Feature
The News Lens features submitted by freelance reporters and writers.
Explore Old Taipei With These 10 Hidden Gems in Dadaocheng
The Interpreter
The Interpreter is published by the Lowy Institute, an independent, nonpartisan think tank based in Sydney. It publishes daily commentary and analysis on international events.
The Politics of Racism as the Philippines Struggles With Coronavirus
The News Lens op-eds selected from contributors. 
‘Parasite’ Symbolism Explained: Instant Noodles, Language, Basement
Joyce Toledano
Joyce Toledano is an analyst specializing in the U.S., Middle East, and Asian political and economic developments. She regularly advises U.S. companies on their Middle East and Asia investment strategies in light of the ever-changing political climates in those regions. 
Unity Will Prove Crucial to Hong Kong’s Fight Against Coronavirus
Roy Ngerng
Roy Ngerng writes on social issues and equality. He was also named a Human Rights Defender by the United Nations and believes that human rights and social justice will enable fairer, happier and more compassionate societies.
Why Taiwan Handles Coronavirus Outbreak Better Than Singapore
Evan Vitkovski
Evan is a writer, editor, storyteller, traveler, and organizer in the arts scene in Taipei. Besides writing, sharing music and promoting events in Taipei as a radio host, networking with other creatives at concerts and festivals, and spending time reflecting in the mountains or at the beach take up most of the time between planning the next trip.
SKRT Streamlines Taiwan’s Scooter Rental Services
Michael Beltran
Michael Beltran is an activist and musician from the Philippines.
Outrage Over Duterte's Inaction Grips Filipinos During Coronavirus Scare
James X. Morris
James X. Morris is a PhD Candidate and freelance writer living in Taipei. He can be found on Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamesxmorris
What Taiwan Has Done to Curb Coronavirus Spread
Xiaochen Su
Xiaochen Su is a PhD candidate at the University of Tokyo specializing in immigration issues. He previously worked in East Africa, Taiwan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia in both academic, NGO, and business sectors. 
Coronavirus: Time for Taiwan to Double Down on China Decoupling
Shalmoli Halder
Shalmoli Halder is a development sector professional and writer based out of Delhi, India with a background in consulting, tech, investments. She holds a degree in Engineering & Political Science from Yale University. 
Women and Students Are Leading India's Citizenship Protests
Will Peyton
Will Peyton has recently completed a PhD in Chinese studies at the Australian National University and has been based in Taipei as a visiting scholar at the Center for Chinese Studies in the National Central Library.
China's Growing Power: A Potential Response From the Anglosphere