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Tyler Prochazka
Tyler Prochazka is the chair of UBI Taiwan.
Why Taiwan Should Pay People To Stay Home
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Michael Cannings
Michael Cannings is the publisher and co-founder at Camphor Press.
An Elegy for Tehpen Tsai
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Leo Galuh
Leo Galuh is an Indonesian-based journalist, a former reporter at tvOne (Indonesian television news channel) and NHK World News (Nippon Hoso Kyokai).           
How Trans Women in Bandung, Indonesia Built New Lives in Covid Economy
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Yaneer Bar-Yam
Professor Yaneer Bar-Yam is a pandemic expert who has advised the UN, WHO, the U.S. NSC, CMS and CDC. He warned about pandemics for 15 years and contributed outbreak response protocols for stopping Ebola in Africa in 2014, which worked. He is an MIT trained physicist and complexity scientist. Since the late 1980s he has contributed to founding the field of complex systems science, introducing fundamental mathematical rigor, real world application, and educational programs for new concepts and insights of this field. His recent work quantitatively analyzes the origins and impacts of market crashes, social unrest, ethnic violence, military conflict and pandemics, and the structure and dynamics of social networks. He has advised the U.S. Government on global social unrest and the crises in Egypt and Syria, counterterrorism strategies, military force transformation, market regulation, delivery of disease prevention services and control of hospital infections. He regularly advises NGOs and corporations regarding their use of complex systems science. He has authored more than 200 journal articles. His work on the causes of the global food crisis was cited among the top 10 scientific discoveries of 2011 by Wired magazine. His scientific visualizations received recognition as “best of” from Wired in 2011 and 2013, and from Motherboard in 2013. International coverage of his work includes The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Die Zeit, and Le Monde, among others.
The Case for Snap Lockdowns in Taiwan
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Daniel Yo-Ling Chen
Daniel Yo-Ling Chen (he/they/他) is a writer and independent scholar based in Taipei. They studied Anthropology at the University of Virginia and write primarily about ethics.
Abandoning Anthropology, From Virginia to Taipei
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Shen-yi Liao
Shen-yi Liao is an associate professor at University of Puget Sound in the philosophy department and the bioethics and neuroscience interdisciplinary programs.
Make Vaccines Accessible
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Jenny Li
Jenny Li is an M.A. candidate in International Affairs at Columbia University, specializing in International Security Policy and East Asia. She has a background in economics and policy research. Her views are strictly her own. 
#LetTaiwanHelp: What Taiwan’s Hashtag Diplomacy Is About
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Janine Sun Rogers
Janine Sun Rogers is a California-based writer, artist, podcaster, and independent scholar.
Adult Streaming Platform SWAG Is in Hot Water With Taiwan’s Authorities
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Bart Dashorst
Bart Dashorst is an editor and independent researcher. He has an MA in Taiwan Literature from National Taiwan University.
Taiwan’s Unsuccessful Transformation
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Clarissa Wei
Clarissa Wei is an American freelance journalist and video producer based in Taiwan. Her writing has been published in VICE, National Geographic, Smithsonian Magazine, Los Angeles Times, Eater, Bon Appetit, Nikkei Asian Review, CNN, NPR, Saveur Magazine, BBC, Eater, and Serious Eats (among other publications). She has also co-authored a handful of travel guidebooks.
These Women Are Encouraging Taipei To Eat Its Weeds
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Alex Barker
Alex Barker is an M.A. Candidate in Asian Studies at Georgetown University, where his research focuses on security and technology issues related to U.S.-China relations. He previously worked in the tech sector in Taiwan. His opinions are his own and not reflective of his employer’s.
For US, Taiwan Is a Climate Ally, Not a Pawn
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Nicholas Haggerty
Nicholas Haggerty is the editor of the News Lens International. He lives in Taipei.
Roy Ngerng Against the Prime Minister
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Sana Hashmi, Ph.D.
Sana Hashmi, Ph.D. is a Visiting Fellow at Taiwan-Asia Exchange Foundation (TAEF), and a former Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Fellow at the Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University. She is the author of China’s Approach towards Territorial Disputes: Lessons and Prospects. She tweets @sanahashmi1.
Taiwan and the Possibility of the Quad Plus
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Safina Nabi
Safina Nabi is a full-time independent journalist based in Kashmir. She writes about gender, health, human rights, and development.
‘It Feels Like It Was a Trap’: Stateless in Indian Administered Kashmir
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Hideki Sunagawa, Ph.D.
Hideki Sunagawa is a cultural anthropologist and gay activist in Tokyo. He is the founder of Tokyo Pride and Pink Dot Okinawa. His books published in Japanese include “Cultural Anthropology of Shinjuku-ni-chome” and “Coming-out.”
A Bittersweet Victory on Same Sex Marriage in Japan
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Milo Hsieh
Milo Hsieh studies international relations at American University. He is a freelance journalist based in Washington D.C. 
Hostility Towards Transgender Influencer Chiang Chia-Wen Is Unacceptable
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Ellie Olcott
Ellie Olcott is a freelance writer based in Taiwan. She is currently completing her Master’s at Tsinghua University, researching pedagogical practices in rural schools. She tweets about life in Taipei @EllieOlcott.
A Rural Taiwanese School Cycles To Stay Alive
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