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Stefan Simon
Stefan Simon has a background in Environmental Science and has been doing research on air pollution for National Taiwan University and Academia Sinica in Taipei. At COLLECTIVE GREEN he shares inspiring green stories and eye-opening environmental information from all over the world and promotes sustainable living through practices, activities and initiatives.
Taipei Trash and Recycling: A Quick and Easy Guide
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Feifei Zeng & Vasabjit Banerjee
Feifei Zeng is an Operations Analyst at International Paper. She graduated with Honors from Mississippi State University with a dual degree in Business Administration and Foreign Language. Her research interests include China's Belt and Road Initiative and U.S.-E.U.-China relations. Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration where he teaches comparative politics and international relations. His primary research interests are contentious politics and the local political-economies of state-formation in developing societies; specifically South Asia, Latin America, and Southern Africa. He also conducts research on electoral institutions and domestic influences on foreign policies of developing countries.
China Has Embedded Global Lending Institutions in Its Belt and Road Initiative
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Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat
Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat is an Indonesian investigative journalist concentrating on socio-economic issues in Indonesia.
Indonesia Is Making Progress Towards Disabled-Friendly Elections
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James Grant
James Grant is a contributing writer at The News Lens. Came to Taipei for the work, stayed for the dumplings. Interested in politics, economics and Universal Basic Income.
How Did 7-Eleven Come to Rule the Streets of Taiwan?
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Katrina Hatchett
Katrina Hatchett is involved with business projects across the board while being a lifestyle blogger at Academic Brits and a writer for Origin Writings. She enjoys problem location as well as resolution, and she aims to improve communication and its effectiveness. She also works as a blog editor at PhD Kingdom.
What You Need to Know About Studying Abroad in Taiwan
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Yung Lin
Yung Lin (林咏) has an MA in international Studies and Diplomacy at SOAS and is now a researcher at an NGO-think tank, ICRD, (International Centre for Relations and Diplomacy). Her research focuses on International Relations, International Security, Taiwan’s Diplomacy, East Asian Studies. Holding that regional issues should be contextualized in its own historic, cultural, ethical background, she established an online mini archive - NEApproach - generating awareness of East Asian affairs by producing articles of her research. (Available at: https://neapproach-mini-archive.weebly.com)
Has Taiwan's Sunflower Movement Had a Wider International Effect?
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Mong Palatino
Mong Palatino is a Philippines activist, former legislator, Southeast Asia blogger, and Chair of Bayan Metro Manila.
MALAYSIA: Women's Day Organizers Probed for Sedition After Controversy
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China Labour Bulletin
CLB was first established in Hong Kong in 1994 as a bi-lingual, monthly newsletter designed to inform international trade unionists of events inside China and to let Chinese workers know about domestic labour news and the role of trade unions. CLB remains committed to supporting the workers’ movement in China and in creating genuine trade unions that can take the movement to the next level.
At Least 47 Killed, 90 Injured in Chemical Explosion in Eastern China
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Ian Milden
Ian Milden is a honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University. His academic interests are American History and Politics, Chinese Politics, North Korean Politics, Terrorism, and Maritime Piracy.
China-Somalia Fishing Deal Could Create a Surge in Pirate Attacks
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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/.
China's National People's Congress Broadcasts Hong Kong's Ominous Future
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Policy Forum
Policy Forum is Asia and the Pacific’s platform for public policy debate, analysis, views, and discussion.
Thailand's Election: Will the Government Be Held Accountable?
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The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative
The Asia Maritime Transparency Initiative is an interactive, regularly-updated source for information, analysis, and policy exchange on maritime security issues in Asia. It was launched by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).
ANALYSIS: Major Issues Linger in the US-Philippines Security Alliance
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James Borton
James Borton is a journalist who has been reporting on Southeast Asia for two decades and has edited Islands and Rocks in the South China Sea Post Hague Ruling.
China at a Crossroads on Economic Growth at National People's Congress
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Chinadialogue
Chinadialogue (https://www.chinadialogue.net) is an independent organization dedicated to promoting a common understanding of China's urgent environmental challenges.
China May Determine the Future of Myanmar's Fragile Rivers
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AsiaGlobal Online
AsiaGlobal Online offers Asian perspectives on global issues through publishing rigorous research-based articles and commentaries. The journal’s network of writers includes scholars, experts, policymakers and professionals from around the world, with an emphatic focus on those from Asian countries.
Graying Asia: How Pension Systems Fail to Respond to Dramatic Aging
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Asia Dialogue
Asia Dialogue is published by the University of Nottingham's Asia Research Institute, which brings together world leading research and expertise concerning Asia's major sustainable development challenges. Together with its Chinese and Malaysian campuses, it aims to increase dialogue with, and to make an impact on, the ongoing debates within the region.
'My Fighting Eagles Fly Around Formosa': Is This the 'China Dream' for Taiwan?
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TNL Daily News
Your weekday morning news brief from Taiwan.
Women’s March Braves the Rain in Taipei, Tsai Touts Gender Equality
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Stellina Chen
Stellina Chen is an illustrator and a cartoonist with a special interest in world news.
CARTOON: Foreign Students in Taiwan Sold for 'Filthy, Dangerous Shift Work'
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