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Tashken Davlet
Tashken Davlet is a staff writer for The News Lens International.
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Haiyan Lee
Haiyan Lee is Associate Professor of Chinese and Comparative Literature at Stanford University.
Chinese Paw-litics, Anyone?
Jonathan Landreth
Jonathan Landreth reported from Beijing from 2004 to 2012, with a focus on the media and entertainment industries' effect on the world’s perceptions of China.
Using Free Sex to Expose Sexual Abuse in China
Jue Ren
Jue Ren is a postdoctoral researcher at the SGS of the Harbin Institute of Technology. She graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Ph.D. in Gender Studies and now works as a digital anthropologist and expert on gender and rural and urban development in China.
Sex Scandal Highlights Changing Attitudes to Hook-Up Culture in China
Zulaikha Zulkifli
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Fran Martin
Fran Martin is Associate Professor and Reader in Cultural Studies at the University of Melbourne. Her best-known research focuses on television, film, literature, Internet culture and other forms of cultural production in the contemporary transnational Chinese cultural sphere, with a specialization in representations and cultures of gender and sexuality.
Overseas Study An ‘Escape Route’ for Young Chinese Women
Andrea Ghiselli
Andrea Ghiselli is a Ph.D. candidate at the School of International Relations and Public Affairs of Fudan University, and a non-resident Junior Research Fellow for the Torino World Affairs Institute (T.wai), Italy. His research areas include the PLA’s approach to missions other than war (MOOTW) and China-Middle East relations.
The Chinese Navy: Steaming in Modern Asia, Exploring a Post-Modern World
Wu Jianguo
Wu Jianguo is a survivor of the 1989 Tiananmen massacre. In 1991 he moved to Australia as a political refugee. He has published articles in The Australian to promote an open and equitable society in China. His novel “Meandering Stream” and play “Beyond the Gate of Heavenly Peace” made him the first Chinese immigrant author in Australia to publish a novel and play in English. He has also published academic articles in Australia Education Journal and other educational publications, as well as political commentaries on Chinese magazines such as Chengming (爭鳴), Beijing Spring etc. He currently lives in Australia where he works as a freelance writer.
Are Scholars Giving In to Chinese Propaganda?
Dan Marshall-Singh
Dan Marshall-Singh is a UK freelancer based in Hong Kong.
Is Hong Kong's Tap of Cheap Domestics About to Run Dry?
The Real Hong Kong News
Set up by a small group of volunteers, Real Hong Kong News aims to provide English-speaking people from around the world an alternative source to learn what is really going on in Hong Kong - especially events and incidents those in power don't want non-Cantonese speaking populations to know about.
Pro-Hong Kong Independence Activist Receives Threat
Jenny Peng
Jenny Peng is a Taiwanese-born Canadian journalist. She tweets from @jennypengnow and specializes in writing and broadcasting. She has a special interest in international affair and issues affecting women, youth, and the environment.
'Vertical University' Re-imagines Villages as Classrooms
Nick Kembel
Nick Kembel is a freelance writer based in New Taipei City, Taiwan. He has traveled extensively in Asia and the Middle East and is the author of "Taiwan in the Eyes of a Foreigner."
Alishan vs. Dong Ding: A Review of Ai-Want Formosa Tea's 2015 Winter Dong Ding Oolong
Cliff Hsia
Cliff Hsia is a writer, husband, and father, who is determined to live a better than normal life by traveling the world, slowly and purposefully, with his wife and two young daughters. His writing has been featured on MSN, TODAY, The Huffington Post, The Good Men Project, and other publications. He writes about travel, parenting, and lifestyle design. Read Cliff’s articles at Live Family Travel and connect with him on Facebook and Twitter.
What I Learned From Five Months of Travel
Jeffrey Tsai
Jeffrey graduated from College of the Holy Cross in 2013, double majoring in history and Asian studies. He later received certificates in non-profit management at City College and United Nations Studies at Columbia University. Born in New York City, he grew up in Taiwan in a Taiwanese household-American education dynamic before attending college in the United States. Strongly believing in Taiwan’s unique culture and identity, he currently is the Editor for Outreach at Taiwan and a member of the 2016 TASC Executive Committee with previous experience with the Formosa Foundation and Formosan Association for Public Affairs (FAPA). In his free time, he enjoys cooking, talking about Taiwan, and checking out historical sites.
China Shuts Down iBooks and iMovies
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Tony Coolidge
Tony Coolidge (Bachelor’s, University of Texas at Austin; Landmark Education Team Management Leadership Program) is a lecturer, journalist and filmmaker based in Tainan, Taiwan. He has produced an award-winning film project, “Voices in the Clouds,” and has written articles that have appeared in Cultural Survival Magazine, CNN.com, Taipei Times and other publications.
Post-Disaster Tainan City In Mourning