Career

  • Confirm
  • .
2018/07/27 | Global Voices
HONG KONG: Trapped in 'Slash' Land, Workers Struggle for Gig Economy Freedom
Hong Kong's media appears to rejoice in the city's embrace of the gig economy, but the reality is more bleak.
China's Tech Workers Endure Slave-like Conditions in Shenzhen
Shenzhen’s tech workers face burnout striving for their entrepreneurial dream, highlighting the need for effective unionization.
2018/06/22 | TIME
Warnings from the Past: Chinese Tomb Whispers of Primate Extinction
An ancient Chinese tomb has yielded the remains of a previously unknown extinct species of gibbon.
2018/06/22 | The Third Pole
Paw Prints: Photographing the Majestic Snow Leopard in the Himalayas
Tashi Ghale talks about the joy and disappointments of capturing one of the world's most elusive predators on camera.
Wage Cuts Drive China's Online Food Delivery Workers to Strike
Workers around China are protesting against wages cuts and poor working conditions amid cut-throat competition in the online food delivery market.
2018/06/04 | James X. Morris
Migrant Workers Accuse HTC of Document Forgery, Labor Violations
More than 20 migrant laborers came together to protest what they claim is a cycle of falsified documents and exploitation at HTC's factories.
2018/04/16 | David Green
Giving Taiwan the Digital Face It Deserves
Taiwan lets itself down when it comes to broadcasting its merits and opportunities online.
OPINION: Job Recruitment in China is Depressingly Sexist
Workplace discrimination and dismissive attitudes continue to discredit many women across China.
2018/03/05 | Rosemary Chen
FEATURE: Is Taiwan Ready for an Automated Future? (Part 1)
As Taiwan's economy races to embrace AI and automation, some question whether the government is doing enough to prepare the workforce for the future.
2018/03/01 | Morley J Weston
EyeCTV's Parody Pokes Fun at the ROC and PRC Alike
The parody YouTube channel offers an important platform to highlight the humorous side of cross-Strait relations.
2018/02/22 | TJ
OPINION: Small Benefits Are Holding Taiwan's Workers Back
Is the 'happy company' phenomenon a mask for deeper workplace dissatisfaction?