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Li A-ming
Li A-ming (李阿明) is the Taiwanese author of the novel "There Is No God Here."
'There Is No God Here': An Excerpt From Life on Taiwan's High Seas Vessels
Yu Jie
Sichuanese, Mongolian, world citizen. Writer and political commentator concerned with human rights and freedom of religion. Author of several published books.
OPINION: Xi Jinping Is the Chief Culprit in the China-US Trade War
Timothy S. Rich, Andi Dahmer & Erin Woggon
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science at Western Kentucky University. Andi Dahmer is an Honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in Economics, International Affairs, Spanish, and Asian Religions and Cultures. Erin Woggon is an Honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in International Affairs and German.
In South Korea, Corruption Knows No Gender
Timothy S. Rich & Jessica Kiehnau
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science at Western Kentucky University. His research focuses on public opinion and electoral politics in East Asian democracies. Jessica Kiehnau is an honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in International Affairs and Chinese.
How Are South Koreans Reacting to the Country's 'Molka' Spycam Epidemic?
社會觀察 x 獨立評論 x 多元觀點 x 公共書寫 x 世代翻轉,對於我們周遭的生活議題,希望為大眾提供多元與獨特的觀點,刺激反省與思辨。不論立場,只要能清楚表達自己的觀點與論述,評論或剖析能言之成理,我們都歡迎來稿!
OPINION: 1 Thing The ROC Flag Represents for All of Us
Vivian Lee is an editor and contributing writer for The News Lens. She writes about human rights and is obsessed with coffee and Doritos.
Taipei Hosts Asia-Pacific Film Festival, Showcasing Asia's Best New Movies
Kelvin Chen
Kelvin Chen is a graduate of the International Masters program in Asia Pacific Studies (IMAS) at National Chengchi University. His primary research interests are Taiwan's strategic security and foreign policy.
OPINION: Cross-Strait Stalemate: Could a New Paradigm Get the Ball Rolling Again?
How to Understand the Confusing Spellings of Romanized Chinese Names
Max Schmid
Max Schmid is the deputy director of the Environmental Justice Foundation. EJF works around the world to protect the oceans, end pirate fishing and stamp out the human rights abuses driven by this illicit activity.
OPINION: Taiwan Must Address Abuse, Illegal Fishing Aboard Its Vessels
Lu Ching-wen
Lu Ching-wen is a Chiayi Christian Hospital Physician and a Master of Sociology from Tsinghua University. She is interested in on-site medical observations and writes non-stop as a career.
EXPERIENCE: Life Inside, Observing a Taiwan Prison Clinic
畢業於香港中文大學政治與行政學系,隨後負笈新加坡李光耀公共政策學院,並曾在新加坡從事研究工作。著有《港英時代:英國殖民管治術》。文章散見於香港《信報》、《明報》、《亞洲週刊》、《陽光時務週刊》、《立場新聞》、《Pentoy》、《Breakazine》、The Diplomat、新加坡《聯合早報》、馬來西亞《當代評論》、台灣《風傳媒》、《關鍵評論網》、中國《參差計劃》等。
Malaysian Singer's 'Motherland' Comments Stir Chinese Introspection
EXPERIENCE: A Vietnam Mother Shares 21 Years in Taiwan
Nelson Lau
Nelson Lau is a masters student in Clinical Epidemiology at Memorial University of Newfoundland. He is interested in studying all aspects of healthcare, from clinical research to health systems and health policy. 
OPINION: Girls in Hong Kong Will Get Free HPV Shots. What About Boys?
Saigoneer is an English-language digital platform covering urban development, history, food, culture and the arts in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City) and throughout Vietnam. Read more at: saigoneer.com.
Taiwan's Foxconn Is Considering Opening an iPhone Factory in Vietnam
The Third Pole
Third Pole Project was launched three years ago by www.chinadialogue.net, a not for profit web platform with offices in London, San Francisco, Delhi and Beijing. Established six years ago, its mission was to create a trusted, fully bilingual Chinese-English platform for news, analysis and opinion on climate change and the environment.
Global Carbon Emissions Are Rising as China & India Increase Coal Use
J. Zach Hollo
J. Zach Hollo is a current Fulbright scholar in Taiwan, where he is pursuing a master's degree in international affairs at National Chengchi University. Before coming to Taiwan, he taught English in China for two years. As an undergraduate, he attended Northwestern University's campus in Doha, Qatar, where he majored in journalism. His work has been published to The New York Times, PRI’s The World, The Huffington Post, Global Post, The Wilson Quarterly, The Pulitzer Center, Doha News, et al.
As Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies Dwindle, Students Are Caught in a Geopolitical Tug of War
Lu Chien-yi
Lu Chien-yi is an Associate Research Fellow in the Institute of European and American Studies at Academica Sinica. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin.
OPINION: Taiwan Should Not Join the CPTPP Trade Pact