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Christopher Layne
Christopher Layne is University Distinguished Professor of International Affairs at Texas A & M University.
In US-China Conflict, What Is the End Game for Taiwan?
New Mandala
Hosted by the Australian National University’s (ANU) Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, New Mandala provides anecdote, analysis and new perspectives on Southeast Asia. The site was established in June 2006, with co-founder Dr Nicholas Farrelly editing and running the site until 2015. In May that year, James Giggacher was appointed as editor. Since April 2017, the editor of the site has been Liam Gammon, assisted by associate editor Mish Khan. Since its inception the site has devoted its attention to the politics and societies of Southeast Asia, and especially Thailand and Myanmar. Increasingly its focus stretches to Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippines. New Mandala also runs a successful book review series.
Vietnam’s Public Loudspeaker System: A Means of Communication to Combat Covid-19
Li Kua-teng
Li Kua-teng is a history scholar and holds a Ph.D. degree in philosophy. 
6 Ways Hong Kong’s National Security Law Contradicts Its Current Legal System
Chen Ching-de
Chen Ching-de is a researcher and author on South Korean culture. He is a Ph.D. graduate from Seoul National University and has written three books on language and cultural observations in South Korea. 
Who Is Ri Chun-hee, the Voice of North Korea?
Ian Chen
Ian Chen is a filmmaker who specializes in editing and writing. He has a MA degree in Filmmaking from London Film School.
Taiwanese Cinema Revival: Moving Beyond State Subsidies and Arthouse
Raphael Lin
Raphael Lin is a Taiwan-based columnist.
OPINION: The KMT Occupation Was a Failed Sunflower Movement Parody
TJ Ting
Editor. Keyboard (Logitech or Microsoft) player, evaluate my age by judging how liberal I still am. I believe media literacy should be included in compulsory education.
OPINION: In Defense of Dragon Boat Festival
Esther Kao
A recent UC Berkeley graduate, Esther Kao is a budding writer with a passion for mental health and healthcare technology.
Are We Ready for Higher Education to Go Remote?
Martin Boyle
Martin Boyle gained a Ph.D in International Relations from the University of Kent with a thesis on Taiwan’s state identity. His interest in Taiwan’s politics was sparked by teaching at CETRA (now TAITRA) in Hsinchu in the early 1990s. His chapter, Huadu: A Realist-Constructivist Account of Taiwan’s Anomalous Status, was published in Samuel Barkin’s The Social Construction of State Power: Applying Realist Constructivism (2020).
The Taiwan Lobby in Europe Counters Taiwan's Progressive Reputation
Pingtung County Government
The Pingtung County Government published six issues of the Pingtung's Tourism Brochure in 2019 and the brochure instantly became a viral hit on social media. 
7 Must-Visit Seaside Sights in Pingtung, Southern Taiwan
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia
Raphael Tsavkko Garcia is a Brazilian freelance journalist. His work has appeared in Al Jazeera, The Washington Post, Foreign Policy, World Politics Review, The Brazilian Report, among other news outlets. He also holds a Ph.D. in Human Rights (University of Deusto).
OPINION: Taiwan Should Reject Brazil’s #VivaTaiwan Campaign
Rik Glauert
Rik Glauert is a freelance journalist and student based in Taipei. He specializes in politics and human rights and has previously reported from China, Hong Kong, and Myanmar.
Adultery No Longer Criminal Offense in Taiwan
Ryan Drillsma
Ryan is a freelance writer based in Taipei with an educational background in international relations. His interests lie in politics, queer culture, and the arts.
Did More Taiwanese Come Out at Work Since Same-Sex Marriage Legalization?
Antonio C. Hsiang
Antonio C. Hsiang (向駿) is a Professor of the Department of International Trade and Director of the Center for Latin American Economy and Trade Studies at Chihlee University of Technology. He is also a Board Member of the Society for Strategic Studies R.O.C.
OPINION: Paraguay May Trigger Diplomatic Avalanche for Taiwan
Sean Kramer
Sean Kramer lives in Taiwan and has done sports journalism for seven years, including the last five years for numerous professional publications in the United States.
Everything You Need to Know About Taiwan’s Baseball Teams
New Bloom
New Bloom is an online magazine featuring radical perspectives on Taiwan and the Asia-Pacific, founded by a group of students and activists after the 2014 Sunflower Movement in Taiwan. We seek to provide a space that fosters political and intellectual transnational dialogues in the Left.
Sunflower Activists Found Guilty, Overturning Previous Ruling
Hilton Yip
Hilton Yip is a freelance writer and editor based in Taiwan who has also worked in Hong Kong and Beijing. He writes about regional political and socio-economic developments as well as books and travel.   
OPINION: Why Taiwan’s China Airlines and the CPBL Must Reflect Reality in Their Names