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Big Lychee
Big Lychee is a HK blog that's been going for years.
Mainland Hijacks Hong Kong with High-Speed Lawmaking
Monica Mizzi
Monica Mizzi is an Australian digital marketer and freelance writer based in Taipei. She enjoys writing about everything from lifestyle to business topics, and loves spending the day typing away in a good cafe.
Raining in Taipei? Here's Another 12 Things You Can Do
Peter Lundgreen
Peter Lundgreen is the CEO of LUNDGREEN’S CAPITAL, an investment advisory firm regulated by the Danish FSA, that focuses on large, professional clients. Although based in Denmark, Peter’s expertise transcends the European financial market and encompasses high-level expertise and competency on China’s economy and stock market.
OPINION: Oil Price Rises Could Push US and China Back into a Trade War
Jeremy Firster
Jeremy Firster is a supporter of distributed ledger technology and cryptocurrencies. He is an active member of the blockchain community in Taiwan having co-hosted various events including Taiwan Blockchain Summit, BlockCity, blockchain hackathons, and various meetups focusing on company profiles and technology discussion. He is a seasoned corporate banker, having played a pivotal role in the development of international loan markets for Taiwanese banks. Jeremy also served as a business lecturer in China at Soochow University teaching Cluster Economics and International Trade. Jeremy graduated from Shih Chien University with a Masters Degree in International Business. Currently Jeremy is the Co-Founder of Blockcamp, a Blockchain Accelerator based in Taipei. Taiwan.
Priming Taiwan for Self-Regulatory Organization
James X. Morris
James X. Morris is a PhD Candidate and freelance writer living in Taipei. He can be found on Twitter: www.twitter.com/jamesxmorris
Taiwan Labor Ministry Gives Migrant Caregivers' Appeals Short Shrift
Ralph Jennings
Ralph Jennings is a freelance writer, reporter and editor based in Taipei. He has an MA degree from National Chengchi University.
Stray Dogs Hound Taiwan after Euthanasia Ban Takes Effect
Jocelle Koh
Jocelle Koh is an all-round media creative who dedicates her efforts to understanding Mandarin pop music and the Taiwanese entertainment industry from all angles. Her aim is to assist in bridging the gap between Eastern and Western cultures through music, and runs her own platform Asian Pop Weekly dedicated specifically to this.
INTERVIEW: Taiwanese Waves’ Mia Yen on Bringing Taiwanese Music to New York
Morley J Weston
Morley J Weston believes that the internet is a passing fad, but is obsessed with maps, stats and far-out solutions to the world's big problems.
5 Times the US Government Calls Taiwan a Country
Peter Guest
I am an independent journalist and photographer, based in Southeast Asia but working widely across the developing world. I am a contributing writer at Nikkei Asian Review, and my articles and photographs have appeared in The Atlantic, Newsweek, The Financial Times, Wired, The Guardian, The Wall Street Journal and others. I was previously the editor of the short-lived UK current affairs magazine Raconteur, and of the Financial Times Ltd’s This Is Africa magazine.
Cash-strapped Malaysia Terminates Singapore High-Speed Rail Plan
Sumit Kumar
Sumit Kumar is Taiwan MOFA Visiting Fellow at National Chengchi University, Taipei.
Indian PM Modi Acts East with Indonesian Strategic Pact
Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee and Dr. Prashant Hosur Suhas
Dr. Vasabjit Banerjee is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Administration where he teaches comparative politics and international relations. Prashant Hosur Suhas holds a PhD in Political Science and works on issues of South Asian security and conflict processes.
Amid Domestic Strife, Maldives' Military Takes to International Stage
Dr. Amir F.N. Abdul Manan
Dr. Amir F.N. Abdul Manan is a Malaysian scientist who is currently residing overseas, but is still closely following the political developments of his beloved country
OPINION: Malaysia's House of Cards and 2-Party Democracy
Ian Milden
Ian Milden is a honors undergraduate researcher at Western Kentucky University. His academic interests are American History and Politics, Chinese Politics, North Korean Politics, Terrorism, and Maritime Piracy.
Chinese Piracy: A Crime of Desperation
Darice D. Chang
Darice is a writer, artist, and educator-activist based in Taiwan. She speaks three languages and is usually getting paid to use one of them. In her spare time she enjoys the local music scene and promoting healthy ethical living.
'Metal Politics Taiwan': Dual Lenses, Dueling Perspectives
Netusha Naidu
Netusha Naidu is the co-founder of Imagined Malaysia. She is a student of International Relations at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus.
OPINION: 'Critical Optimism' Lights Malaysia's Way Forward
The China Policy Institute
The China Policy Institute is a research center based at the University of Nottingham focusing on all aspects of contemporary China, Taiwan and China's global engagement.
Can Women's Football Catch On in China?