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札克利 / Zachary Lee
短短兩年的新聞工作,曾採訪空難、氣爆、台南強震、太陽花學運和反課綱占領教育部等重大事件,喜歡衝第一線,記錄歷史。 對所有事情充滿好奇心,對任何問題都想追根究柢! 2016年暫時辭掉工作,到東協國家之一印尼,認識文化也學印尼語,希望透過文字抹去台灣人對印尼的偏見,重新認識這個既熟悉又陌生的國家。 現居印尼雅加達,在英文媒體實習中。提醒自己Tell the truth and shame the devil.
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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。
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