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Stephanie ZY Hsu
Stephanie ZY Hsu is a freelance writer and producer focusing on modern Taipei and the luxury travel beat. She is the founder of The Thousandth Girl, a blog covering food, design, and culture in Taiwan’s ever-evolving capital.
OPINION: Taiwan's Tourism Strategy Overlooks the Age of Influence
Evan Vitkovski
Evan is a writer, editor, storyteller, traveler, and organizer in the arts scene in Taipei. Besides writing, sharing music and promoting events in Taipei as a radio host, networking with other creatives at concerts and festivals, and spending time reflecting in the mountains or at the beach take up most of the time between planning the next trip.
Taiwan's Historic Hip-hop Kids
Ali Wyne
Ali Wyne is a nonresident fellow with the Atlantic Council's Brent Scowcroft Center on International Security and a Security Fellow with the Truman National Security Project.
OPINION: US Must Supplement Might with Statecraft in Asia-Pacific
Mong Palatino
Mong Palatino is a Philippines activist, former legislator, Southeast Asia blogger, and Chair of Bayan Metro Manila.
Vietnam Cracks Down Harder on Dissenters and Activists
Khaw Chia Hui
Khaw Chia Hui is a journalist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a keen interest on politics, science and technology.
PROFILE: Walking Tall in the Land of 'Seditious' Clowns
Adam P MacDonald
Adam P MacDonald is an independent researcher based in Halifax, Canada.
Can Myanmar Wean Itself Off North Korea?
Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文)
Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文) is a contributing writer for The News Lens. He is a publisher of the Compass Magazine, current chairman of the Taichung American Chamber of Commerce, the Central Taiwan correspondent for ICRT Radio, the founder of the popular Taiwan News in English Facebook group and is an organizer of rock festivals including the Compass Food and Music Festival.
Taiwan’s Diplomatic Space Shrinks Further as Burkina Faso Breaks Ties
Peter Carey
Peter Carey is Fellow Emeritus of Trinity College Oxford and YAD Adjunct Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia (2013 to present).
OPINION: Singapore, Indonesia and the Lessons of History
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.
ANALYSIS: China's Latin American Belt and Road Chimera
Adam Hatch
Adam Hatch is the founder of Englist.tw, a writing training platform and school in Taipei, as well as the founder of TaipeiTeenTribune.com, a student news and issues blog written entirely by Taiwanese students. He holds a Master's in Asia-Pacific Studies from National Chengchi University. A long-time resident of Taiwan, he is an avid explorer of Taiwan's history, geography, and culture.
Taiwan's Government Faces '100,000 Hacking Attempts Per Month'
John Hemmings
John Hemmings is Director of the Asia Studies Centre at the Henry Jackson Society and an Adjunct Fellow at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Prior to his doctoral studies, he was a visiting fellow at Pacific Forum CSIS and a research analyst at the Royal United Services Institute in Whitehall, working on Northeast Asia defense and security policies.
OPINION: Chinese Containment Is an Illusion
Cherian George
Cherian George is professor of media studies at Hong Kong Baptist University. His research focuses on freedom of expression and censorship in Asia, as well as religious intolerance and hate propaganda. He is the author of "Hate Spin: The Manufacture of Religious Offense and its Threat to Democracy" (MIT Press, 2016), which is based on research on religious nationalism in India, Indonesia and the United States.
Making a Success of Succession in Singapore
New Naratif
New Naratif is a platform for journalism, research, art and community-building in Southeast Asia.
Identities Clash in Vietnam's North and South
Tommy Kevin Lee and Cecilia Tortajada
Tommy Kevin Lee is a researcher at the Institute of Water Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore. Integrating an academic background in sociology with vocational training in property development and facilities management, at IWP he researches on urban drainage solutions, Water Sensitive Urban Design, and water efficiency audit and benchmarking.   Dr Cecilia Tortajada has more than 20 years' experience in water, environment and natural resources management. Her current work focuses on inter-disciplinary research in water, environment, food and energy securities through coordinated development policies, as well as on innovative approaches for poverty alleviation by using water as an engine for socio-economic growth. She has been advisor for several national and international organisations, governments, development banks and private sector institutions. She is now editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Water Resources Development and past President of the International Water Resources Association.
Singapore Turns to Biomimicry, Big Data to Save Water
Jeremy Firster
Jeremy Firster is a supporter of distributed ledger technology and cryptocurrencies. He is an active member of the blockchain community in Taiwan having co-hosted various events including Taiwan Blockchain Summit, BlockCity, blockchain hackathons, and various meetups focusing on company profiles and technology discussion. He is a seasoned corporate banker, having played a pivotal role in the development of international loan markets for Taiwanese banks. Jeremy also served as a business lecturer in China at Soochow University teaching Cluster Economics and International Trade. Jeremy graduated from Shih Chien University with a Masters Degree in International Business. Currently Jeremy is the Co-Founder of Blockcamp, a Blockchain Accelerator based in Taipei. Taiwan.
Block Guardian: An Open Letter to Taiwan's Crypto Community
Keyboard (Logitech or Microsoft) player, evaluates my age by judging how Liberal I still am. I believe media literacy should be included in compulsory education.
OPINION: Small Benefits Are Holding Taiwan's Workers Back
Asher Leiss
Asher Leiss (李小飛) is an American/Israeli adventurer who has spent the last six years exploring Taiwan. He’s explored and mapped over 250 locations, and compiled them into a comprehensive website of Taiwanese Waterfalls. He’s passionate about nature and environmentalism, and is currently studying business at Kainan University.
Traipsing and Swimming to 10 of Taiwan's Top Waterfalls
Peter Wood
Peter Wood is the Editor of China Brief. You can follow him on Twitter @PeterWood_PDW
China's One Child Policy Is Gone, but Aging Concerns Remain