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Voice of America
Voice of America (VOA) is the largest U.S. international broadcaster, providing news and information in more than 40 languages to an estimated weekly audience of more than 275 million people. 
Pelosi Visit to Taiwan May Prompt More High-Level Visits
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The Interpreter
The Interpreter is published by the Lowy Institute, an independent, nonpartisan think tank based in Sydney. It publishes daily commentary and analysis on international events.
Does ASEAN Really Need an Official “Second Language”?
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East Asia Forum
East Asia Forum is a platform for analysis and research on politics, economics, business, law, security, international relations and society relevant to public policy, centred on the Asia Pacific region. It consists of an online publication and a quarterly magazine, East Asia Forum Quarterly, which aim to provide clear and original analysis from the leading minds in the region and beyond.
China’s Vocational Education Woes
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Deutsche Welle
Deutsche Welle (DW) is Germany’s international broadcaster and a trusted source for reliable news and information with content in 30 languages. The flagship channel DW provides analysis and insights to viewers around the globe, reporting on important issues in English 24/7. With continuous news reports, special features and talk shows covering everything from business, science and politics to culture and sports, DW brings people closer to what matters most – made in Germany, made for minds.
Myanmar Prolongs State of Emergency for Six Months
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CJ Sheu
CJ Sheu is a Rotten Tomatoes-approved, Taipei-based film critic for The News Lens and Critics at Large; he has been published by Bright Wall/Dark Room, Funscreen (Taiwan), and LeonardMaltin.com. He has a PhD in 21st-century American fiction.
‘Shalom Taiwan’ Is Cloying, Superficial, — And Thought-Provoking
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Zoë Weaver-Lee and Adrienne Wu
Zoë Weaver-Lee is a program assistant at the Global Taiwan Institute (GTI), a Taiwan-focused think tank in Washington, DC. She graduated from Stetson University in 2019 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Global Development and minors in Political Science and Asian Studies. Adrienne Wu is a research assistant at the GTI. She graduated in 2020 with a Dual Master’s Degree in International Relations from Ritsumeikan University and Kyunghee University. Her research interests include Taiwan’s cultural creative industries, national identity, and soft power.
Beyond Aid: Using ‘One Town, One Product’ as a Mutual Partnership
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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.
Will Foxconn Pivot Away From China?
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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.
Do Taiwanese View Gender Discrimination as Commonplace?
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Roy Ngerng
Roy Ngerng (鄞義林) writes on social issues and equality. He was named a Human Rights Defender by the United Nations and believes that human rights and social justice will enable fairer, happier, and more compassionate societies.
Taiwan’s Lost Growth (Part 3): Taiwan’s Economy and Profits Have Stagnated Because Wages Have Not Recovered from the 1997 Crisis
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Anthony Kao
Anthony Kao is an independent writer and founder of Cinema Escapist, a publication about international film.
Dignity at the Margins: Exploring Kosovo Through a Taiwanese Lens
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The Conversation
The Conversation US launched as a pilot project in October 2014. It is an independent source of news and views from the academic and research community, delivered direct to the public.
Shinzo Abe’s Killing: The History of Political Violence in Japan
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Ian Murphy
Ian Murphy is an MBA student at National Taiwan Normal University. He earned a BS in International Relations at Seton Hall University and MA in National Security Studies at American Military University. Ian’s journalistic interests include international relations, trade, and international security in the Indo-Pacific.  
How the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework Works — And How It Will Affect Taiwan
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Hiro Fu
Hiro Fu is a freelance journalist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. He is also one of the founding editors of the Taiwan Weekender, a weekly political and financial newsletter. He is from Taipei, Taiwan.
Taoyuan Mayoral Race Illustrates Hypocrisy in DPP and KMT Strategies
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Sam Robbins
Sam Robbins is a project coordinator at Open Culture Foundation and an editor and translator at Taiwan Insight. He graduated with a master’s degree from the Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University. He is interested in the intersection of digital technology and politics in Taiwan and beyond.
The Many Faces of the Hokkien-language Internet
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SueAnn Shiah
SueAnn Shiah is a Taiwanese American musician, filmmaker, community organizer, and emerging theologian specializing in identity formation, racial justice, gender, and sexuality. Her first feature length documentary HuanDao follows her journey in asking the question “Who is Taiwanese?” in a two week bike trip around Taiwan. She released her debut solo album of reclaimed hymns, “A Liturgy for the Perseverance of the Saints” in June 2018. In addition to her own creative and theological works, she collaborates with other artists and musicians in a variety of capacities as an artist manager, producer, audio engineer, songwriter, and creator of liturgy. She has a B.B.A. in Music Business with a Production emphasis and a Chinese minor from Belmont University and is currently finishing a Masters of Arts in Musicology at National Taiwan University in Taipei, Taiwan and will be beginning a Master of Divinity at Princeton Theological Seminary this fall.
Still Waiting for Justice: A Queer Christian’s Reflection for Pride Month
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James X. Morris
James X. Morris is a PhD Candidate and freelance writer living in Taipei. He can be found on Twitter.
A Gotad Picnic With Ifugaos Living in Taiwan
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Graham Oliver
Graham Oliver is a teacher, writer, and editor living in Taipei. His book reviews, essays, and interviews have appeared in Guernica, Harvard Educational Review, The Rumpus, and elsewhere. He holds an MFA in fiction from Texas State University.
From Folk Hero to Video Game Character: ‘The Legend of Tianding’
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