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Eiger is a full-service law firm with Asia Pacific and Greater China practice strengths providing counseling and assistance in corporate, commercial, dispute resolution and intellectual property matters. Eiger’s clients range from major multinationals and financial heavyweights through to SMEs across a wide range of industries. Eiger provides clients with creative and practical solutions, communicated clearly, with transparent billing practices.
Working in Taiwan: The Legal Lowdown
Taiwan EZ PERMIT Centre
Taiwan EZ PERMIT Centre is an integrated service platform to provide EZ one-stop professional consulting services for foreigners wishing to work or setup their business in Taiwan. We are dedicated to simplifying the whole application process making it simpler, easier, efficient and cost-effective!
Everything You Need to Know About Taiwan's Employment Gold Card
J. Zach Hollo
J. Zach Hollo is a current Fulbright scholar in Taiwan, where he is pursuing a master's degree in international affairs at National Chengchi University. Before coming to Taiwan, he taught English in China for two years. As an undergraduate, he attended Northwestern University's campus in Doha, Qatar, where he majored in journalism. His work has been published to The New York Times, PRI’s The World, The Huffington Post, Global Post, The Wilson Quarterly, The Pulitzer Center, Doha News, et al.
As Taiwan’s Diplomatic Allies Dwindle, Students Are Caught in a Geopolitical Tug of War
Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat & Hanif Muhammad
Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat is an investigative journalist from Indonesia. His works concentrate on socio-economic issues in Indonesia. Hanif Muhammad is a researcher at the Jakarta-based Institute for Development of Economics and Finance.
ANALYSIS: Jokowi & Subianto Have Few Answers for Faltering Indonesian Economy
Roy C. Lee
Roy C. Lee is Deputy Executive Director, Taiwan WTO & RTA Center, Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER).
OPINION: Will the US-China Trade War Really Spur Taiwan's Companies to Leave China?
Khaw Chia Hui
Khaw Chia Hui is a journalist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia with a keen interest on politics, science and technology.
MALAYSIA: Right-Wing Media Stonewalls Dialogue After Heated History Forum
Matt Dagher Margosian
Matt Dagher Margosian is the founder of Asia Art Tours, he works with artists, scientists and creative people all throughout Asia to create unique and educational travel programs for curious and creative travelers.
OPINION: Extending the HSR to Hualien Risks Spoiling East Taiwan
Jasmine Su
Jasmine Su is a student at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. Having grown up in Taipei, Taiwan, she is intrigued by China's domestic political and economic landscape as well as its diplomatic development. She is also interested in classical literature and loves writing.
OPINION: Taiwan’s International Schools Are a Deregulated Nightmare
畢業於香港中文大學政治與行政學系,隨後負笈新加坡李光耀公共政策學院,並曾在新加坡從事研究工作。著有《港英時代:英國殖民管治術》。文章散見於香港《信報》、《明報》、《亞洲週刊》、《陽光時務週刊》、《立場新聞》、《Pentoy》、《Breakazine》、The Diplomat、新加坡《聯合早報》、馬來西亞《當代評論》、台灣《風傳媒》、《關鍵評論網》、中國《參差計劃》等。
Malaysian Singer's 'Motherland' Comments Stir Chinese Introspection
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.
The Worrying Cross-Strait and Linguistic Messages of 'Crazy Rich Asians'
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.
Meet the Monarchs and Dictators of Tsai Ing-wen’s ‘Alliance of Democratic Values’
Lo Huei-wen
Lo Huei-wen (羅慧雯) teaches in the Department of Communications Management at Shih Hsin University. A former researcher for Public Television Service (PTS), her main interest focuses on the development and democratization of the local film and television industries around the world. After receiving a BA in Economics from National Taiwan University and a MA in Journalism from National Chengchi University, Lo completed her Ph.D. in Economics at Kyoto University.
It’s No BBC: 20 Dismal Years of Taiwan’s Underfunded PTS Public Broadcaster
Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya, Ankita Bora & Sumit Das
Bikash Kumar Bhattacharya is an independent journalist based in Assam, northeastern India. Ankita Bora is a freelance photographer based in Assam, northeastern India. Sumit Das is an independent photographer and cinematographer based in Assam, northeastern India. The three are collaborating on a multimedia project that aims to document the lifeworld of the Brokpa.
PHOTO ESSAY: The Last Semi-Nomadic Yak Herders of the Himalayas
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