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The Japan Times
The Japan Times is Japan’s oldest English language newspaper. Today it is the country’s only independent English-language newspaper.
Japan Should Move Slow on Juvenile Law Reform
John Pollock
John Pollock is an Assistant Editor at CPI: Analysis and tweets at @John_Pollock22.
Xi's Unprecedented Power Play and the Question of Succession in China
Will Brehm
Will Brehm is a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the University of Tokyo. He also hosts the podcast FreshEd.
Twitter Lessons for Trump from Cambodia's Facebook King
Joanna Mills
Joanna Mills is a policy communication advisor for Greenpeace.
Coal, Development and Death in Asia
Tan Zi Hao
Tan Zi Hao is a postgraduate student in the Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National University of Singapore. He is also a conceptual artist whose artworks can be viewed at www.tanzihao.net. As both artist and writer, he is interested in the arts, language, cultural politics and mobilities.
Language Shaming in Malaysia
Matthew Blitz
Matthew Blitz is the head of Obscura Society DC. He loves adventure, mystery, and places forgotten by time. 
Where Wax US Presidents Go to Retire
Ariane Anantaputri
Ariane Anantaputri is an aspiring musician and first-year Film and Television major studying to be a screenwriter and actress. She has recently packed up her entire life to London, England and misses dearly the convenience of Go-Jek as a mode of transportation.
Indonesia, We Need to Talk About our Toxic Soap Opera Culture
Olivia Yang
Olivia is an editor striving to cover arts and culture along with community engagement and animal rights.
Why Aren't Social Businesses Booming in Taiwan?
Edward White
Edward White is an International Editor with The News Lens International. 
The Legacy of Taiwan's 'Little Light Bulb'
Hew Wai Weng
Hew Wai Weng is Visiting Fellow at ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute. His research interests focus upon the intersections between ethnicity, religiosity, class and politics in Malaysia and Indonesia. He has been writing on Chinese Muslim identities, Hui migration patterns, and urban middle class Muslim aspirations in Malaysia and Indonesia.
Reclaiming Halal and the Commercialization of Islam
Jonathan Ward
Jonathan Ward has recently completed his DPhil at the University of Oxford, specializing in China-India relations, with a dissertation on the China-India Border War of 1962. He studied Philosophy, Russian and Chinese at Columbia University in New York City as an undergraduate, and continued his language studies at Beijing University in China and St. Petersburg State University in Russia. From 2006 – 2011 he lived and traveled extensively in Russia, China, Latin America, and the Middle East, and speaks Russian, Chinese, Spanish and Arabic. He consults on China-India relations, the Indian Ocean Region, and Maritime Asia for Oxford Analytica, and is a Research Associate at Oxford's Changing Character of War Programme.
The Rise of Asia's Maritime Powers: China and India Compete for Supremecy
Bruce Jacobs
Bruce Jacobs is Emeritus Professor of Asian Languages and Studies at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia. His recent books include Local Politics in Rural Taiwan under Dictatorship and Democracy (EastBridge 2008), Democratizing Taiwan (Brill 2012) and The Kaohsiung Incident in Taiwan and Memoirs of a Foreign Big Beard (Brill 2016). He also edited the four-volume work Critical Readings on China-Taiwan Relations (Brill 2014).
BOOK REVIEW: 'Convergence or Conflict in the Taiwan Strait'
Ryan Jones
Ryan is a Canadian freelance writer based in Taipei. A graduate of the University of Ottawa with a degree in political science and history, he is interested in writing about politics, technology and globalization.
One Foot in the Real World, the Other in a Virtual One