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Kirsten Han
Kirsten Han is a freelance journalist and curator of the We, The Citizens newsletter, covering Singapore politics, human rights, civil society, and social justice.
Singaporean Activists Harassed by Police for 'Breaching' Election Rules
Edward White
Edward White is International Editor with The News Lens. 
Chasing Unicorns in Taiwan
Olivia Yang
Olivia is an editor striving to cover arts and culture along with community engagement and animal rights.
[Photo Story]: Preserving Taiwan's Fisheries Through Sound and Images
TNL 編輯
Chinese Mothers Hopeful as Cross-Strait Medical Relations Improve
J. Michael Cole
J. Michael Cole is a senior non-resident fellow with the University of Nottingham’s China Policy Institute and an associate researcher with the French Centre for Research on Contemporary China (CEFC).
PLA 'Stride' Military Exercises: Is Taiwan in the Crosshairs?
Dan Marshall-Singh
Dan Marshall-Singh is a UK freelancer based in Hong Kong.
Is Hong Kong's Tap of Cheap Domestics About to Run Dry?
Xiaochen Su
Xiaochen Su has a PhD from the University of Tokyo, writing his dissertation on the social integration of Chinese migrants in Russia. He has lived and worked in East Africa, Taiwan, South Korea, and Southeast Asia.
What is Stopping Africans from Traveling Abroad?
Hélène Belaunde
French-Peruvian writer and reporter with a degree in Chinese area studies and love for Middle eastern hummus. She blogs at likeasianelephants.com
The Rise of Taiwanese Horror: Corpse Brides and Little Girls in Red
Timothy S. Rich
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science and the director of the International Public Opinion Lab (IPOL) at Western Kentucky University. His main research focuses on the electoral politics of Taiwan, South Korea, and Japan. His broader research interests include the domestic and international politics of East Asia, and qualitative and quantitative methods.
For Ban Ki-moon, Is There Life After the U.N.?
Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine
Taiwan Business TOPICS is published monthly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taiwan, and covers current topics affecting business conditions in Taiwan, an Industry Focus section on a particular industrial sector, and other reports prepared by the magazine’s staff of experienced professional journalists.
Public Safety: Peace of Mind While in Taiwan
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: A Visitor from Beijing
Sarawak Report
Sarawak Report and its sister organisation Radio Free Sarawak were founded by Sarawak-born investigative journalist Clare Rewcastle-Brown in 2010. Sarawak Report has been at the forefront of exposing corruption in Malaysia.
MALAYSIA: World's Biggest Money Laundering Investigation Goes Up Another Gear
Beyonder Times
Beyonder Times collects stories of international entrepreneurs and artists in Taiwan.  
Advice from Foreign Startups to Taiwanese Entrepreneurs: Embrace Failure
Michael Turton
Michael Turton, a lifelong expat in Taiwan, runs the well-known Taiwan politics blog The View from Taiwan.
Inauguration Commentary Round-up
Launched on November 20, 1999, Malaysiakini.com offers daily news and views in English, Malay, Chinese and Tamil.
MALAYSIA: Minister Denies Travel Ban on Government Critics
Ketagalan Media
Ketagalan Media is the leading gateway for ideas and trends between Taiwan, Asia and the world. Experience culture, history and politics, through curated features and commentary by correspondents around the globe, on how everything connects through Taiwan. Taiwan needs a higher level and globalized media, at www.ketagalanmedia.com. Ketagalan Media 是在美國和台灣的一群創新人士所發起之新興媒體 www.ketagalanmedia.com.提供連結台灣、亞洲與世界之間,視野更廣、更全球化的觀點分析與趨勢報導。團隊與分佈全世界的記者和評論家,深入探討文化、藝術、歷史和政策思考,層層了解台灣與世界之間的共通脈絡。
Discovering Taiwan’s Offshore Islands: Part 1
Eric Tsai
Raised in Taiwan, Eric went to Rutgers University and after graduation co-founded Outreach for Taiwan. Trained in computer science, he likes to tackle social issues with a technical mindset. When not thinking about Taiwan, Eric enjoys a nice beer and a good movie or TV show, anything from feel-good rom-coms to serious political dramas.
Tsai’s Inauguration: Respecting the Past, Looking to the Future