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Beyonder Times
Beyonder Times collects stories of international entrepreneurs and artists in Taiwan.  
German Student Undertakes Food-Saving Initiatives in Taiwan
Syrena Lin
Syrena Lin is a headhunter and a former legislative assistant in Taipei.
Between Miaoli and Taoyuan: Taiwan’s Response to Migrant Worker Rights at an Intersection
Tessa Charupatanapongse
Tessa Charupatanapongse is a mental wellness advocate, semicolon enthusiast, and polyglot who enjoys reading, yoga, and discovering new cafes. She writes about social issues, feminism, and equality and has an M.S.Ed in International Education Development.
The Problem With Digital Nomad Visas
Jeffrey Tsai
Jeffrey graduated from College of the Holy Cross in 2013, double majoring in history and Asian studies. He later received certificates in non-profit management at City College and United Nations Studies at Columbia University. Born in New York City, he grew up in Taiwan in a Taiwanese household-American education dynamic before attending college in the United States. Strongly believing in Taiwan’s unique culture and identity, he currently is the Editor for Outreach at Taiwan and a member of the 2016 TASC Executive Committee with previous experience with the Formosa Foundation and Formosan Association for Public Affairs (FAPA). In his free time, he enjoys cooking, talking about Taiwan, and checking out historical sites.
In-N-Out Burger Comes to Taipei (Again)
Olivia Yang
Olivia is an editor striving to cover arts and culture along with community engagement and animal rights.
Innocent Criminals: The Long Wait for Taiwanese Justice
George Scialabba
George Scialabba’s books include 'What Are Intellectuals Good For?' and 'Slouching Toward Utopia.'
George Scialabba: Democracy vs Plutocracy
Feifei Zeng & Vasabjit Banerjee
Feifei Zeng is an Operations Analyst at International Paper. She graduated with Honors from Mississippi State University with a dual degree in Business Administration and Foreign Language. Her research interests include China's Belt and Road Initiative and U.S.-E.U.-China relations. Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration where he teaches comparative politics and international relations. His primary research interests are contentious politics and the local political-economies of state-formation in developing societies; specifically South Asia, Latin America, and Southern Africa. He also conducts research on electoral institutions and domestic influences on foreign policies of developing countries.
China Has Embedded Global Lending Institutions in Its Belt and Road Initiative
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.
OPINION: Extend the HSR to Pingtung? Let’s Talk After the Election
Madeleine Work
Madeleine Work is a freelance writer specializing in green energy, technology, and sustainability. She has been living in Taiwan for over three years, and is increasingly optimistic about the role new technologies and policies can play in encouraging sustainable behavior. She has a degree in Environmental Policy from Boston University.
Taiwan Is Reducing Single-Use Plastics Everywhere, Except Traditional Markets
Michael Fahey
Michael Fahey works as a legal consultant in Taipei. He is admitted to the California Bar. Since 2013, he has done extensive pro bono work advocating for immigration and employment law reform before Taiwan government agencies including the National Development Council, the National Immigration Agency, and the Ministry of Labor.
What Taiwan’s Intermediate Skilled Manpower Classification Means
Beach Talk
我是個魚叉獵人,每一條魚都是本人親手捕獲,歡迎來賣場逛逛! https://myship.7-11.com.tw/general/detail/GM2112090912297 喜歡聊社會議題、ACG宅圈、海洋生態、荒野求生。 興趣把壞人從道德制高點拖下來灌屎。
OPINION: Kenting Must Embrace Sustainability to Save Its Reputation
TNL Daily News
Your weekday morning news brief from Taiwan.
Women’s March Braves the Rain in Taipei, Tsai Touts Gender Equality
Diálogo Chino
Diálogo Chino is a multilingual platform for journalists, public officials, academics, civil society and the business community to engage with the topics that will come to define the nature of China-Latin America relations. Diálogo Chino is an initiative of chinadialogue, an independent, bilingual, Chinese English website that promotes communication on the environment and climate change. It is a non-profit organization based in London and Beijing.
Did Brazil Just Elect an Anti-China President in Jair Bolsonaro?
FORTUNE is a global leader in business journalism with major franchises including the FORTUNE 500 and the FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For. FORTUNE Live Media extends the brand's mission into live settings, hosting a wide range of annual conferences, including the FORTUNE Global Forum.
Beijing Opens the World's Largest, Most Expensive Airport
Sylvie Tanaga
Sylvie Tanaga is a freelance writer focusing on identity, minority, and literacy issues. She has published two biographies in Indonesian, and commentaries and opinion articles in several media outlets such as The Jakarta Post and TODAYOnline (Singapore). She currently lives in Bandung, Indonesia.
Chinese New Year in Indonesia Is Political
Yung Lin
Yung Lin (林咏) has an MA in international Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS and is now a researcher at an NGO-think tank, ICRD, (International Centre for Relations and Diplomacy). Her research focuses on International Relations, International Security, Taiwan’s Diplomacy, East Asian Studies. Holding that regional issues should be contextualized in its own historic, cultural, ethical background, she established an online mini archive - NEApproach - generating awareness of East Asian affairs by producing articles of her research. (Available at: https://neapproach-mini-archive.weebly.com)
Has Taiwan's Sunflower Movement Had a Wider International Effect?
Taiwan Scene
Taiwan Scene is an online travel magazine. We publish stories introducing readers to the culture, scenery and travel possibilities of our homeland, articles to help travelers make the most of their time in Taiwan, and occasional interviews with movers and shakers from Taiwan’s ever-expanding creative scene.
Taiwan to Host Its First Eco-Friendly Lantern Festival in October