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Songshan Charles
Songshan Charles authors the blog Traffic Insight, where he blogs about all things traffic.
Pedestrian Nightmare: No 'Refuge' on Taiwan's Dreadful Crosswalks
Siok Hui Leong
A Taipei-based journalist, Siok Hui Leong has written for publications in the U.S., Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan during her two-decade plus career. 
Health Care for All: The Good & Not-So-Great of Taiwan's Universal Coverage
Sumit Kumar
Sumit Kumar is Taiwan MOFA Visiting Fellow at National Chengchi University, Taipei.
An Overview of Closer US-Taiwan Ties in 2019
Anthony Kao
Anthony Kao is an independent writer and founder of Cinema Escapist, a publication about international film.
Dignity at the Margins: Exploring Kosovo Through a Taiwanese Lens
Judy Chen
Judy Chen is a freelance writer and graphic designer. She writes about culture, design, and work. Prior to her freelance journey, she worked in tech sales in the beautiful Bay Area and received her degree in Anthropology.
“Now I Walk My Own”: Kao Chia-yu’s Path, Part 2
Andrew Maxey
Andrew Maxey is a recent graduate of the University of Texas at Austin and currently works as a freelance translator in Taipei.
Researchers Call for Taiwan to Strengthen National Defense by Investing Locally
Kyodo News
Inaugurated in 1945 as a nonprofit organization to cover news both at home and abroad, Kyodo has now become the most reliable, integrated news agency in Japan and one of the most influential news agencies in Asia.
Language Schools to Help Japanese Athletes Prepare for 2020 Games
Know Your Rights: What to Do If You Get Into a Car Accident in Taiwan
關鍵評論網 ASEAN:Indochina
中南半島,地理位置上介於中國與印度之間,西方國家稱之為Indochina,其文化除了受到中印的影響外,殖民與戰爭的歷史也讓這塊陸地擁有英法日美的足跡,人文特色因此多元豐富,各國之間的關係錯綜複雜。 Indochina,除了有台灣人普遍比較熟悉的泰國與越南,寮國、柬埔寨、以及近年來備受世界關注緬甸,都位於此塊區域:在東協(ASEAN)的地理劃分上,被稱為東南亞大陸五國。 面對東協崛起,我們需要更全面的了解,關鍵評論網因此特別成立ASEAN:Indochina,希望透過每日新聞摘要,以及定期發表的專文,讓讀者更認識中南半島,第一時間掌握東南亞趨勢脈動。
Thai Government To Take Care of Children of Illegal Migrants
New Bloom
New Bloom is an online magazine featuring radical perspectives on Taiwan and the Asia-Pacific, founded by a group of students and activists after the 2014 Sunflower Movement in Taiwan. We seek to provide a space that fosters political and intellectual transnational dialogues in the Left.
Sunflower Activists Found Guilty, Overturning Previous Ruling
Bart Dashorst
Bart Dashorst is a textual laborer from the Netherlands with an MA in Taiwan Literature from National Taiwan University. He works as a full-time English editor, freelance Mandarin-to-English translator, and occasional writer in English and Mandarin. His specialization lies in Taiwanese history, culture, art, and literature.
Taiwan’s Unsuccessful Transformation
Timothy S. Rich
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science and the director of the International Public Opinion Lab (IPOL) at Western Kentucky University. His main research focuses on the electoral politics of Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan. His broader research interests include the domestic and international politics of East Asia, and qualitative and quantitative methods.
How Worried Is Taiwan About a Chinese Invasion?
Michael Garber
Michael Garber is a Taipei based journalist and documentary film maker. He previously wrote for the TomoNews YouTube channel, and was researcher on several Discovery Channel documentaries about Taiwan. He splits his time between Taipei and a dilapidated yet glorious beach house.
In Taiwan When Hong Kong Students Petition, Taiwan's President Listens
Global Voices
Global Voices is a border-less, largely volunteer community of more than 1400 writers, analysts, online media experts, and translators.
Citizen Journalists Face Challenges in Cambodia, Thailand, and Myanmar
Kathy Cheng
Kathy Cheng is a writer and creative consultant. She runs TrickyTaipei.com and is the author of Hey Taipei, the first English-language picture book about Taipei.
OPINION: EVA Air and the Sad State of Taiwanese Corporate Culture
Stefan Simon
Stefan Simon has a background in Environmental Science and has been doing research on air pollution for National Taiwan University and Academia Sinica in Taipei. At COLLECTIVE GREEN he shares inspiring green stories and eye-opening environmental information from all over the world and promotes sustainable living through practices, activities and initiatives.
Taipei Trash and Recycling: A Quick and Easy Guide
P. Kerim Friedman
P. Kerim Friedman is an associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Relations and Cultures at National Dong Hwa University in Taiwan. His research explores language revitalization efforts among indigenous Taiwanese, looking at the relationship between language ideology, indigeneity, and political economy. An ethnographic filmmaker, he co-produced the Jean Rouch award-winning documentary, 'Please Don't Beat Me, Sir!' about a street theater troupe from one of India's Denotified and Nomadic Tribes (DNTs). Kerim is also a co-founder of the anthropology blog anthrodendum (formerly Savage Minds).
Who’s Taiwanese?
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.
Anwar’s Victory Not the Only Malaysian Shockwave