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Coco Dollanganger
Coco Dollanganger is a contributing journalist for The News Lens. She has a degree in Liberal Arts major in English Communication. In her free time, she plays her ukulele, sings in a reggae band, and enjoys reading books.    
OPINION: 'Not Filipino Enough'? Catriona Gray Is as Filipino as They Come
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International Community Radio Taipei (ICRT)
International Community Radio Taipei (ICRT) is Taiwan’s only English language broadcaster, with the mission of bridging cultural gaps and integrating the resources of Taiwan’s local and international communities for the ROC’s continued growth and prosperity.
Taiwan News: Japan-Taiwan Maritime Talks Begin, Kuan Payments Scrutinized
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Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine
Taiwan Business TOPICS is published monthly by the American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, and covers major current trends affecting business conditions in Taiwan, as well as in-depth coverage of particular industrial sectors, and other reports prepared by the magazines staff of experienced professional journalists.
Accessibility Remains Well Out of Reach for Taiwan's Wheelchair Users
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札克利 / Zachary Lee
短短兩年的新聞工作,曾採訪空難、氣爆、台南強震、太陽花學運和反課綱占領教育部等重大事件,喜歡衝第一線,記錄歷史。 對所有事情充滿好奇心,對任何問題都想追根究柢! 2016年暫時辭掉工作,到東協國家之一印尼,認識文化也學印尼語,希望透過文字抹去台灣人對印尼的偏見,重新認識這個既熟悉又陌生的國家。 現居印尼雅加達,在英文媒體實習中。提醒自己Tell the truth and shame the devil.
OPINION: Time for Taiwan to End Restrictions on Early and Absentee Voting
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Gregory McCann
Gregory McCann is the project coordinator for Habitat ID and the author of the book “Called Away by a Mountain Spirit: Journeys to the Green Corridor.”
Southeast Asia's Douc Langurs: The Prettiest Primates You've Never Heard Of
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Kate Nicholson
Originally from New Zealand, Kate Nicholson is a freelance writer, editor, and communications professional living in Taichung, Taiwan. Cats, gardening, cooking, rearranging the furniture in her house, and uncovering unlikely connections between art, design, and food are amongst her favorite things.
REVIEW: ‘The Misused’ Highlights Taiwan’s Special Knack for Upcycling
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R. Evan Ellis
R. Evan Ellis is Latin America research professor with the U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute.
ANALYSIS: Taiwan's Diplomatic Struggle in Latin America
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Timothy S. Rich, Andi Dahmer & Erin Woggon
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science at Western Kentucky University. Andi Dahmer is an Honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in Economics, International Affairs, Spanish, and Asian Religions and Cultures. Erin Woggon is an Honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in International Affairs and German.
In South Korea, Corruption Knows No Gender
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Timothy S. Rich & Jessica Kiehnau
Timothy S. Rich is an associate professor of political science at Western Kentucky University. His research focuses on public opinion and electoral politics in East Asian democracies. Jessica Kiehnau is an honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University majoring in International Affairs and Chinese.
How Are South Koreans Reacting to the Country's 'Molka' Spycam Epidemic?
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The Third Pole
Third Pole Project was launched three years ago by www.chinadialogue.net, a not for profit web platform with offices in London, San Francisco, Delhi and Beijing. Established six years ago, its mission was to create a trusted, fully bilingual Chinese-English platform for news, analysis and opinion on climate change and the environment.
Global Carbon Emissions Are Rising as China & India Increase Coal Use
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Lillygol Sedaghat
Lillygol Sedaghat is a multi-media environmental journalist and speaker focusing on the intersection between science, systems, and people. Previously, she was a Fulbright–National Geographic Digital Storyteller documenting Taiwan’s waste management system, plastics recycling and circular economy initiatives. She is an active contributor to National Geographic's Planet or Plastic? global campaign and creates music videos, info-graphics, and maps to transform people's perceptions of trash from something disposable to something valuable. Lillygol has spoken at UN World Environment Day, Influence Nation Summit DC, and National Geographic on her research. She completed a B.A. in Political Economy from the University of California, Berkeley and was named 5 Under 25: Leaders in U.S.-China Relations.
Taiwan’s Circular Economy: A Model for Global Sustainability?
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Yu Jie
Sichuanese, Mongolian, world citizen. Writer and political commentator concerned with human rights and freedom of religion. Author of several published books.
OPINION: Meng Hongwei's Disappearance Reveals an Ugly Internal Truth
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Dean Karalekas
Dean Karalekas is a Canadian researcher specializing in civil-military relations, emergency management, and Asia-Pacific security. He is the Associate Editor of Strategic Vision, an English-language security journal published in Taipei. He completed his undergraduate degree at Canada’s McGill University, and earned his MA and PHD in Asia-Pacific Studies at Taiwan’s National Chengchi University. He is currently working on a book about the ROC military and resides in New York City. He can be reached for comment at dkaralekas@hotmail.com.
Unlikely Allies: A Case for Cooperation Between Taiwan and Iraqi Kurdistan
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Li A-ming
Li A-ming (李阿明) is the Taiwanese author of the novel "There Is No God Here."
'There Is No God Here': An Excerpt From Life on Taiwan's High Seas Vessels
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Leora Joy Jones & John Stephenson
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ART REVIEW: Loaded Guns in 'The Flying Land'
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Andy Stirling & Phil Johnstone
Andy Stirling is a professor and Phil Johnstone is a research fellow at SPRU, University of Sussex. Both of them are the contribute authors of World Nuclear Industry Status Report 2018.
OPINION: UK's Civil Nuclear Obsession Has Military Roots
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g0v.news
g0v.news is the news platform of g0v (pronounced gov-zero), Taiwan's civic technology community. It covers the latest trends in civic tech from Taiwan, Asia, and around the world.
INTERVIEW: MIT's Ethan Zuckerman Says 'Be Angry and Engage'
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