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Ping Fang-li
Ping Fang-li is a current reporter and former community editor and marketing planner with The News Lens. She likes films, travel and hiking.
Taiwan Seeks to Pioneer ODA Financing Model with Haitian Power Grid Contract
Robert Hayes
Robert Hayes serves as Senior Vice President of Southeast Asia at TaskUs, a 10,000-headcount customer experience agency that powers some of the world's most recognized apps and counts 13 unicorns as its clients (companies with a US$1 billion valuation).
OPINION: Vertiginous Corporate Ladders Are Holding Back Asian Companies
Stephen Hsu
Stephen Hsu is a rising senior at the College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, studying Sociology and Economics. In addition to being the President of Taiwanese American Student Association and the Editor-in-Chief of The Collective: Sociology Journal at William & Mary, Stephen is also an intern at Taiwan Innocence Project (台灣冤獄平反協會).
OPINION: Money Will Not Placate Taiwan's Wrongfully Convicted
Maureen Welscher
Maureen Welscher (1966) is a Dutch journalist who writes human interest stories for consumer magazines about health, pregnancy and childlessness. She is a specialist in adoption. and wrote three books about this subject: In conversation with adopted adolescents, Round trip ticket to your roots and Home in two countries. She and her husband adopted two children from Taiwan: Luc (15) and Annemei (18).
EXPERIENCE: Bringing the 'Snoezelroom' for Disabled Children to Taiwan
Sophal Ear
Sophal Ear, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Diplomacy & World Affairs at Occidental College. He is the author of Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy and co-author of The Hungry Dragon: How China's Resource Quest Is Reshaping the World. He is a TED Fellow, with a TED Talk viewed more than half a million times, and the license-holder for TEDxOccidentalCollege.
OPINION: Democracy Bites the Dust in Cambodia but Glimmers of Hope Remain
Steven Crook and Katy Hui-wen Hung
Steven Crook has freelanced for Taiwan’s English-language newspapers and inflight magazines in the region since 1996, writing about travel, culture, business and environmental issues as well as food. Katy Hui-wen Hung is an avid collector of recipes and culinary stories, as well as a passionate advocate of Taiwanese cuisine. She has assisted a number of well-known food writers on their Taipei food assignments, including Andrea Nguyen (www.vietworldkitchen.com) and Robyn Eckhardt (http://eatingasia.typepad.com).
The Paleo Diet: What the Ancient Taiwanese Ate
Kuan Chen
 Kuan Chen is a writer for the News Lens International. A Purdue Boilermaker! 
Week in Focus: China Axes Taiwan Games, China's Vaccine Scandal
Garima Garg
Garima Garg is a New Delhi-based independent journalist and photographer. Her work has been published by AFP as well as several major Indian outlets like Hindustan Times, Outlook Magazine, The Hindu, Scroll and more. Her work spans beats including data journalism, tech and culture.
PHOTO STORY: Glimpsing Singapore Through Skyscrapers
Green News Taiwan
Green News Taiwan aims to enable non-Chinese speaking people around the world to access environmental information on Taiwan. Green News Taiwan is a cooperative project between the Taiwan Environmental Information Center and a group of volunteers committed to the beautiful environment of Taiwan.
Taiwan EPA Data Shows Strong Impact of Plastic Bag Ban
Jessica Batke
Jessica Batke is a ChinaFile Senior Editor. She is an expert on China’s domestic political and social affairs, and served as the State Department’s Bureau of Intelligence and Research Analyst for nearly eight years prior to joining ChinaFile. In 2016, she was a Visiting Academic Fellow at MERICS in Berlin, where she published papers on Chinese leadership politics and created databases to catalogue hard-to-find, high-level Chinese policy documents and details about policy advisory groups. She is proficient in Mandarin.
OPINION: China's Foreign NGO Law Presents a Non-profit Opportunity for Taiwan
Asian Pop Weekly
Asian Pop Weekly is one of the only media platforms that focuses almost exclusively on covering Mandarin pop music in English with the intention of bridging gaps between the East and West. Through informed, independent and intelligent perspectives, Asian Pop Weekly opens channels of accessibility for information about Mandarin music to be readily accessible by Western audiences.
Reality Check: Are Chinese Televised Singing Competitions Good for Mandopop?
Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya & Ankita Bora
Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya is an independent journalist based in Assam. Ankita Bora is a professional social worker and freelance photographer based in Assam. She has a Masters degree in social work from Tezpur University, Assam.
PHOTO ESSAY: A Journey Along India's Assam-Nagaland Insurgent Border
Eileen Nasert
Eileen Nasert is a student at the City University of Hong Kong and Leuphana University in Germany. She is pursuing a double bachelor in Creative and Digital Media with a minor in Sustainability Studies. Her interests are filmmaking, writing, environmental policies, and social change. She is currently working on a documentary about climate change for Youth4Planet.
OPINION: How to Reduce Hong Kong’s Plastic Waste in 5 Steps
John Dough
John Dough is a pen name. The author is a photographer and writer currently living in Cambodia.
PHOTO STORY: Sihanoukville, China's New Colony
Alex Huang and Jerry Zhang
Alex Huang and Jerry Zhang are volunteers for the Marriage Equality Coalition Taiwan.
OPINION: Same-Sex Marriage Quagmire Tests Taiwan’s Progressive Bona Fides
Jeffrey Warner
Jeffrey Warner is a civic journalist and photo-documentarian focusing on development and its societal impacts, particularly relating to how development-related phenomena affect relationships between each other and with our natural environment.
VIDEO: Taiwan Indigenous Women Making Cultural Handicrafts: Connecting with Roots
Leora Joy
Leora Joy is an artist interested in the perverted intersections between art, the practise of everyday life & popular culture.
Taipei and the Tactics of Everyday Life