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Stephen Grenville
Dr Grenville is a Visiting Fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy and works as a consultant on financial sector issues in East Asia. Between 1982 and 2001 he worked at the Reserve Bank of Australia, for the last five years as Deputy Governor and Board member.
Why Everyone is Talking about Universal Basic Incomes
James Baron
James Baron is a contributing writer for The News Lens. He is a Taipei-based freelance writer.
Ghosts of the Stronato: Asunción's Taiwanese Expats a Dying Breed
TNL Staff
The News Lens International is a Taiwan-based independent digital media, providing balanced reporting and thought-provoking opinions from Taiwan and all around Asia. 
Pizza Hut and Politics Detract from Somber Day in Taiwan
Kerry Brown
Kery Brown is Executive Director of the University of Sydney's China Studies Centre. His research and work focuses on contemporary Chinese politics, particularly elite politics in the Communist Party.
China and the UK: Unexpected Inspiration for How to Handle Brexit
Suzanne Pepper
Suzanne Pepper is a Hong Kong-based American writer with a long-standing interest in Chinese politics. She is the author of: Keeping Democracy at Bay: Hong Kong and the Challenge of Chinese Political Reform. She blogs at http://chinaelectionsblog.net/hkfocus/.
Hong Kong Election: Beijing Decides, Hong Kong Approves
Outreach for Taiwan
Outreach For Taiwan (OFT) strives to educate others about Taiwan by providing information and understanding about the political atmosphere, current events, and historical relevance of Taiwan. Outreach For Taiwan holds workshops and other events to fulfill its mission to educate young proponents and supporters of Taiwan on how to advocate for Taiwan. OFT is not connected to any political party, nationality, or ethnicity.
Walking Through the 228 Incident: 10 Facts About 228
Manjit Bhatia
Manjit Bhatia is an Australian research scholar who specialises in the economics and politics of Asia and international political economy. He is also research director of AsiaRisk, an economic and political risk consultancy.
In Trump and Family Asia has to Trust
Dong Dong Zhang
Dong Dong Zhang is a National Government Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University.
How will Xi Shake Up the CCP?
Sarah Karacs
Sarah Karacs is a journalist covering Hong Kong and China and a contributing writer for The News Lens. A former staff reporter at the South China Morning Post, she has also written for Der Spiegel, The London Times, CNN, The Beijinger among other publications.
Can Cantopop Make a Comeback?
Mong Palatino
Mong Palatino is a Philippines activist, former legislator, Southeast Asia blogger, and Chair of Bayan Metro Manila.
Why Singapore Changed the Name of the New World War II Exhibition
Raina Paul
Raina Paul is a Bangalore-based independent journalist associated with 101reporters.com, a pan-India network of grassroot journalists.
Male Reluctance sees India’s Contraceptive Use Fall, Abortions Surge
Chublic Opinion
Public opinion with Chinese characteristics, a weekly digest of events that are shaping public opinion in China.
China and the Atheist Manifesto
Hendri Yulius
Hendri Yulius obtained his Master’s in public policy from the National University of Singapore, and is the author of Coming Out. He is currently pursuing his Masters by Research in Gender and Cultural Studies at The University of Sydney.
Over the Rainbow: The LGBT Challenge in Indonesia
Adam Cathcart
Dr. Adam Cathcart is Lecturer in Chinese history at the University of Leeds, the editor of ‘Change and Continuity in North Korean Politics’ (Routledge, November 2016) and a Non-Resident Senior Fellow at the China Policy Institute.
Targeting Northeastern Tigers: The Anti-Corruption Campaign in China's Rust Belt
Andrew Reid
Andrew Reid is a Ph.D. candidate in the Politics department at the University of Leicester. His research interests are in political theory, particularly debates around public justification, democratic theory, and political rights.
BOOK REVIEW: The Populist Radical Right: A Reader
Cinema Escapist
Cinema Escapist is a home for insightful commentary on global film and media. It aims to explore both the world and self through a cinematic lens. Visit at: www.cinemaescapist.com.
OPINION: The Difference Between Chinese and American Romance Movies
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Beyonder Times
Beyonder Times collects stories of international entrepreneurs and artists in Taiwan.  
Senior American Theater Professional Engages Taiwan with Passion for Theatrics