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Nick Aspinwall
Nick Aspinwall is a journalist based in Taipei and an editor-at-large for The News Lens. He has also written for The Diplomat, SupChina and New Naratif, among others. When he’s not reporting, he can be found on a diving boat or perhaps stranded deep within a remote mountain range.
Taiwan and Philippines Indigenous Groups Find Solidarity in Opposing China
Paul Huang
Paul Huang is a journalist and freelance writer who covers East Asia and China, including foreign affairs, politics, and national security. He comes from the beautiful city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Who Is Annette Lu and Why Is She Running for Taiwan's President?
Rath Wang
Rath Wang is a global nomad with roots from deep inside Hakka mountains. He writes and advocates for Taiwan’s identity and other progressive and liberal causes.
Guzifer Is Finally Married. When Will All of Taiwan’s Same Sex Transnational Couples Be Able To?
Bryan Chou
Bryan Chou is an editor for The News Lens International.
Taiwan Fails To Lower the Voting Age to 18
Joe Henley
Joe Henley is a Taipei-based freelance writer, journalist, script writer, author, and musician. His latest book, 'Migrante', is out now with Camphor Press.
The Miaoli Lockdown and Taiwan’s Migrant Worker Apartheid
Kirsten Han
Kirsten Han is a freelance journalist and curator of the We, The Citizens newsletter, covering Singapore politics, human rights, civil society, and social justice.
If Singapore Wants to Debate the Death Penalty, Talk To Us — Not Richard Branson.
The Japan Times
The Japan Times is Japan’s oldest English language newspaper. Today it is the country’s only independent English-language newspaper.
A Dangerous Peek Behind the Technology Curtain
Zou Chi
現任The News Lens關鍵評論網編輯 深深地思考,輕輕地寫。
14 Taiwanese People Die Of H1N1 In A Week; CDC Giving Out Free Medication
SueAnn Shiah
SueAnn Shiah is a Taiwanese American musician, filmmaker, community organizer, and emerging theologian specializing in identity formation, racial justice, gender, and sexuality. Her first feature length documentary HuanDao follows her journey in asking the question “Who is Taiwanese?” in a two week bike trip around Taiwan. She released her debut solo album of reclaimed hymns, “A Liturgy for the Perseverance of the Saints” in June 2018. In addition to her own creative and theological works, she collaborates with other artists and musicians in a variety of capacities as an artist manager, producer, audio engineer, songwriter, and creator of liturgy. She has a B.B.A. in Music Business with a Production emphasis and a Chinese minor from Belmont University and is currently finishing a Masters of Arts in Musicology at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan and will be beginning a Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary this fall.
Still Waiting for Justice: A Queer Christian’s Reflection for Pride Month
David Green
David Green is a former 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.
FILM REVIEW: ‘10 Years Taiwan’ Peers Pessimistically Into an Unsettling Future
Survey Shows 67% of Hong Kong Youth Support Taiwan’s Independence
關鍵評論網 ASEAN:馬六甲
新加坡面積約716.1平方公里,現為東南亞的金融中心。 馬來西亞為多元民族的國家,其中華人佔總人口的24.6%,現為東南亞第三大經濟體。 印尼作為東南亞人口最多的國家,約有2.5億人,現為東南亞最大經濟體。 作為東南亞的經濟重鎮,台灣卻對三國鮮有關注,有鑑於此,關鍵評論網將為台灣讀者獻上每週新聞,以了解距離台灣不遠的國家。
20-Year-Old Indonesian Girl Publicly Caned for Premarital Sex
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. 
China Blames Foreigners for Inciting Protests
New Society For Taiwan
A Comprehensive Breakdown of Insurance Deductions from Salaries in Taiwan
Jasmine Su
Jasmine Su is a student at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Having grown up in Taipei, Taiwan, she is intrigued by China's domestic political and economic landscape as well as its diplomatic development. She is also interested in classical literature and loves writing.
How Did Taiwan Become an Environmentally Conscious Society?
One-Forty 是一個關注東南亞移工議題的新創非營利組織。2015年,在台灣的東南亞移工(外勞)數量已接近 60 萬人,平均在台灣每 40 個人就有 1 位東南亞移工,這是 One-Forty(四十分之一)的命名由來。 One-Forty 致力於培力東南亞移工,透過系列語言、商管等課程,讓他們在工作之餘,累積有用的知識技能,有助於回國後找到更好的工作或開店成功,除了改善結構性的家庭經濟與社會問題,也增進移工對於自我價值的認知,創造更好的生活。此外,One-Forty 也籌劃各式文化交流活動,搭建友善的橋樑,讓台灣人與東南亞移工有機會接觸、交流,進而同理。如此,東南亞移工能更融入台灣社會,也提昇台灣民眾的公民意識,擁有更多元完整的國際觀。
INFOGRAPHIC: Get to Know Taiwan's 680,000 Migrant Workers