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Yuri Takahashi
Yuri Takahashi is a Ph.D. candidate in Global Studies at Doshisha University in Kyoto, Japan, researching Asian American film, integrating ethnic studies and anthropology.
What David Graeber Means for Hong Kong and Taiwan
Nicole-Ann Lobo
Nicole-Ann Lobo is a writer and graduate student at the University of Cambridge.
Taiwan Deserves Better Than Modi’s Nationalism
P. Kerim Friedman
P. Kerim Friedman is an associate professor in the Department of Ethnic Relations and Cultures at National Dong Hwa University in Taiwan. His research explores language revitalization efforts among indigenous Taiwanese, looking at the relationship between language ideology, indigeneity, and political economy. An ethnographic filmmaker, he co-produced the Jean Rouch award-winning documentary, 'Please Don't Beat Me, Sir!' about a street theater troupe from one of India's Denotified and Nomadic Tribes (DNTs). Kerim is also a co-founder of the anthropology blog anthrodendum (formerly Savage Minds).
Who’s Taiwanese?
George Scialabba
George Scialabba’s books include 'What Are Intellectuals Good For?' and 'Slouching Toward Utopia.'
George Scialabba: Democracy vs Plutocracy
James Borton
James Borton is a non-resident fellow at Tufts University Science Diplomacy Center. He's a senior writer and researcher on Southeast Asia and the South China Sea for over two decades. 
China’s Human Rights Record An Achilles Heel For Its Tech Ambitions
Ian Milden
Ian Milden is a graduate student studying Public Administration at Western Kentucky University. He received his undergraduate degree in History and Political Science from Western Kentucky University.
Survey: What Is the Greatest National Security Threat to South Koreans?
Jason Wang
Jason Wang is a leading cross border practitioner at the intersection of telecommunications, technology, and media industries. As a partner at Cypress River Advisors, he specializes in enabling his clients to create value from their convergent investments. His clients include Asia Pacific’s largest mobile telecoms operators, satellite operators, global content providers, and financial services corporations. During his off-hours he continues to conduct information security research in a volatile world.
Behind the Hype on “New Space”
Derek Sheridan
Derek Sheridan is an Assistant Research Fellow with the Institute of Ethnology at Academia Sinica.
Do China and Africa Allow Us to Bring Back the Idea of Civilization?
Will Peyton
Will Peyton has recently completed a PhD in Chinese studies at the Australian National University and has been based in Taipei as a visiting scholar at the Center for Chinese Studies in the National Central Library.
What Is China’s Polar Strategy?
Ying-yu Alicia Chen
Ying-Yu Alicia Chen is a Taiwanese freelance journalist, focusing on refugee issues, migrants’ rights, and other social affairs. Her works have been published by Al Jazeera English, Equal Times, Taiwan-based media The Reporter, and Hong Kong-based Initium Media, among others.
Independence Day Takes On New Meaning For Indonesian Fishermen
Peter Buckets
Peter Buckets is a nom de plume for a writer in Taipei.
'The Good Daughter' Is an Indictment of Global Capital, Patriarchy, Racism
Catherine Chou
Catherine Chou is an assistant professor of pre-modern European history at Grinnell College. She tweets at @catielila on Taiwan and its postcolonial present and future.
Don’t Blame Jeremy Lin. The Problem Is Taiwan’s ROC Nationality Laws.
Abby Huang
Reporter at The News Lens, now base in Buenos Aires
Taiwan to Ban Local Distribution of Chinese Streaming Services
Alex Garcia
Alex Garcia is the Principal at Taipei Urbanism where he works on transportation and sustainability projects. Join the discussion about Taiwan's transportation and urbanism on his Twitter @taipeiurbanism.
The Planned Expressway to Taipei Would Be a Disaster
Steven Yeo
Data Journalist at The News Lens
Kaohsiung Mayoral By-Election Final Results
Sally Jensen
Sally is a traveler, freelancer, and planet-hugger. She has written for Earth Island Journal, Vice Online, and Film Stories among others and is currently studying in Taipei.
Covid-19 Casts New Light on Taiwan’s Pangolin Conservation
Frank Sun
Frank Sun is a senior market analyst and management consultant. He was previously engaged in corporate strategy management and new business development in the online game, telecommunication, and tourism industries. 
How Did TSMC Become Taiwan's Silicon Shield?