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David Evans
David Evans is a pseudonym. The author has a background in politics and corporate public affairs and is a regular contributor on topics ranging from Taiwanese politics, cross-strait relations, and international affairs. He is also interested in technology and sport and is writing under a pseudonym to avoid complications in his day job.
Losing Solomon Islands and Kiribati Could Work to Taiwan's Advantage
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia is a Brazilian freelance journalist. His work has appeared in Al Jazeera, The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, World Politics Review, The Brazilian Report, among other news outlets. He also holds a Ph.D. in Human Rights (University of Deusto).
Hong Kong Protests Revive the Spirit of the Arab Spring
Paul Huang
Paul Huang is a journalist and freelance writer who covers East Asia and China, including foreign affairs, politics, and national security. He comes from the beautiful city of Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
Who Is Annette Lu and Why Is She Running for Taiwan's President?
Daniel Kao
Daniel Kao is a data journalist and engineer for The News Lens based in Taipei. He enjoys exploring and creatively sharing stories hidden in data.
Why Hong Kong Should Keep Defending Its Democracy
New Mandala
Hosted by the Australian National University’s (ANU) Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, New Mandala provides anecdote, analysis and new perspectives on Southeast Asia. The site was established in June 2006, with co-founder Dr Nicholas Farrelly editing and running the site until 2015. In May that year, James Giggacher was appointed as editor. Since April 2017, the editor of the site has been Liam Gammon, assisted by associate editor Mish Khan. Since its inception the site has devoted its attention to the politics and societies of Southeast Asia, and especially Thailand and Myanmar. Increasingly its focus stretches to Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines. New Mandala also runs a successful book review series.
The Dual Fronts of Myanmar's Authoritarianism
Michael Beltran
Michael Beltran is an activist and musician from the Philippines.
Duterte Shoved the Philippines Further Into the Dragon's Mouth
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.
How Can We Transform Taiwan Into a Bilingual Country?
Taiwan Scene
Taiwan Scene is an online travel magazine. We publish stories introducing readers to the culture, scenery and travel possibilities of our homeland, articles to help travelers make the most of their time in Taiwan, and occasional interviews with movers and shakers from Taiwan’s ever-expanding creative scene.
Taiwan to Host Its First Eco-Friendly Lantern Festival in October
Jasmine Su
Jasmine Su is a student at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Having grown up in Taipei, Taiwan, she is intrigued by China's domestic political and economic landscape as well as its diplomatic development. She is also interested in classical literature and loves writing.
How Did Taiwan Become an Environmentally Conscious Society?
Dinah Gardner
Dinah Gardner is a Taipei-based reporter and a researcher for human rights NGO Safeguard Defenders.
International Day of the Disappeared: CCP Is the Worst Offender of the Year
Mongabay seeks to raise interest in and appreciation of nature and wildlife, while examining the impact of emerging trends in climate, technology, economics, and finance on conservation and development.
OPINION: Brazil's Sovereignty Depends on a Healthy Amazon
Chingning Wang
Chingning Wang is a medical information analyst and freelance writer. She was a researcher affiliated with the University of Sydney in Australia.
OPINION: Why Did Japan Launch a Lose-Lose Trade War Against S. Korea?
Allen Chen
Allen Chen is a current NYU undergraduate and the founder of Lead For Taiwan. He is inspired to bridge the gap between Taiwan and the globe.
Weak Military Training Leaves Taiwanese Draftees Unprepared for War
Johnson Yeung
Hongkonger, Rights Advocate, Chairperson of the Hong Kong Civil Hub, Exco Member of Amnesty International Hong Kong, & former convenor of Civil Human Rights Front.
Rioting Charges Strip Away Our Everyday Normality, Says HK Activist Johnson Yeung
Op-eds selected from the Taiwan and Hong Kong editions.
OPINION: Fund Taiwan's Partial Basic Income Proposal with Tax Reforms
Cat Thomas
Cat Thomas is a freelance journalist based in Taipei. She covers anything from culture to tech to travel, and sometimes all of those combined if she can swing it.
Taiwan's Journey to Same-Sex Marriage Inspires 24-Year-Old to Film Her First Documentary
William Yang
William Yang is a Taiwanese journalist based in Taipei, Taiwan. A graduate of Temple University's Master of Journalism program, his work has appeared in BuzzFeed News, the Guardian, the Independent, South China Morning Post and Deutsche Welle.
Australian Uyghur Father Desperate for Reunion with His Wife and Son Trapped in Xinjiang
Hsin Hsiao
Hsin Hsiao (蕭新晟) is a software engineer, tech entrepreneur, and CTO at New Power Party’s Taipei City Council caucus. When he’s not writing code, he’s advocating for a healthy environment for Taiwan’s tech startups.
​​OPINION: Taiwan Needs to Keep Up With the Libra Bandwagon