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Dr. Amir F.N. Abdul Manan
Dr. Amir F.N. Abdul Manan is a Malaysian scientist who is currently residing overseas, but is still closely following the political developments of his beloved country
OPINION: Malaysia's House of Cards and 2-Party Democracy
Global Voices
Global Voices is a border-less, largely volunteer community of more than 1400 writers, analysts, online media experts, and translators.
Japan's Hot Springs Open Up to LGBT Community
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.
Confronting Coldstore: Why Singapore Must Face Its Past
Taiwan Insight
Taiwan Insight is the online magazine of the University of Nottingham's Taiwan Studies Program.
TAIWAN: After 2 Years of Tsai, Voters Shun Partisan Politics
Morley J Weston
Morley J Weston believes that the internet is a passing fad, but is obsessed with maps, stats and far-out solutions to the world's big problems.
Taiwan's GDP Is Three Times Larger than Its Diplomatic Allies' Combined
Ian Milden
Ian Milden is a honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University. His academic interests are American History and Politics, Chinese Politics, North Korean Politics, Terrorism, and Maritime Piracy.
Chinese Piracy: A Crime of Desperation
Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文)
Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文) is a contributing writer for The News Lens. He is a publisher of the Compass Magazine, current chairman of the Taichung American Chamber of Commerce, the Central Taiwan correspondent for ICRT Radio, the founder of the popular Taiwan News in English Facebook group and is an organizer of rock festivals including the Compass Food and Music Festival.
Taiwan’s Diplomatic Space Shrinks Further as Burkina Faso Breaks Ties
Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine
Taiwan Business TOPICS is published monthly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, and covers major current trends affecting business conditions in Taiwan, as well as in-depth coverage of particular industrial sectors, and other reports prepared by the magazines staff of experienced professional journalists.
Taiwan and the GDPR: Are We Ready?
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.
'Metal Politics Taiwan': Dual Lenses, Dueling Perspectives
Eryk Smith
Eryk Michael Smith first came to Taiwan as a child of American missionary parents in 1984. After deciding on a career in journalism he returned to Taiwan and has spent the last 20 years working for/with most of Taiwan's English-language media outlets. He currently lives in Kaohsiung with his wife, two daughters, two cats and a dog. Smith is ICRT's southern Taiwan special correspondent and can be found from time to time behind the decks, DJing happy house music.
Kaohsiung Builds but People May Need a Nudge Before They Come
Nick Aspinwall
Nick Aspinwall is a freelance writer based in Taipei. He is currently studying journalism and international relations, with a focus on Greater China, through an online program at the University of Massachusetts – Amherst. An avid traveler, he has visited more than 35 countries and continues to explore the world whenever he can.
Welcome to Taiwan: Beatings, Bodies Dumped at Sea and a Culture of Maritime Abuse
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.
Legislators Get On Board Taiwan’s Blockchain Bid 
Netusha Naidu
Netusha Naidu is the co-founder of Imagined Malaysia. She is a student of International Relations at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.
OPINION: 'Critical Optimism' Lights Malaysia's Way Forward
Jules Quartly
Jules Quartly has worked for small town, big city and international media, written documentaries and been based in Asia for 17 years.
Taiwan, Telecoms and Our Outlaws of the Marsh
Coco Dollanganger
Coco Dollanganger is a Filipino freelance writer and editor. She has a degree in Liberal Arts major in English Communication and is currently pursuing journalism.
Contentious Boracay Shutdown Gets Thumbs Up from Environmentalists
The China Policy Institute
The China Policy Institute is a research center based at the University of Nottingham focusing on all aspects of contemporary China, Taiwan and China's global engagement.
Can Women's Football Catch On in China?
AsiaGlobal Online
AsiaGlobal Online offers Asian perspectives on global issues through publishing rigorous research-based articles and commentaries. The journal’s network of writers includes scholars, experts, policymakers and professionals from around the world, with an emphatic focus on those from Asian countries.
Drones, Data and Preempting Epidemics
The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative
The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative is an interactive, regularly-updated source for information, analysis, and policy exchange on maritime security issues in Asia. It was launched by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
China Lands Bomber on South China Sea Island