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2018/03/22 | East Asia Forum
OPINION: Malaysian Politics Must Embrace Younger Voters
Malaysia's young people are not interested in politics despite representing the largest segment of the vote.
2018/03/22 | 破土 New Bloom
OPINION: Western Media Is Misreading the Taiwan Travel Act
The Taiwan Travel Act merely signals the potential of closer US-Taiwan ties, and from a reluctant and unpredictable White House at that.
OPINION: Lessons Taiwan Can Learn from German Transitional Justice
Students in Taiwan should focus on the period after German reunification to draw lessons on how to deal with transitional justice.
2018/03/21 | The Interpreter
OPINION: Nobody is Taking the Lead on the Rohingya Crisis
The Rohingya crisis has become the elephant in the room for regional governments.
Non-Smokers Aren't Safe from Taiwan's Lung Cancer Wave
An ongoing study suggests environmental factors in Taiwan are contributing to a rising number of cases in otherwise healthy non-smokers.
2018/03/20 | TNL Staff
Suspicion and Anger in Hualien as Earthquake Donations Diverted to Industry
Online rumors have swirled over the management of donations offered by private citizens.
2018/03/20 | Suzanne Pepper
OPINION: Hong Kong's Occupy Fervor Finally Evaporates at Polls
Hong Kong's democracy movement is pondering its next move as voters lose hope at the ballot box.
2018/03/20 | The Conversation
OPINION: The Crimes of My Lai Must Be Remembered
'If Americans remember that name at all, they most likely remember that something dark and awful happened there.'
China and Russia Make Strange Arctic Bedfellows
A tentative 'Polar Silk Road' seeks to help Russia and China reinforce each other's interests in the arctic.
2018/03/20 | The Interpreter
China Quietly Announces New Aid Agency
Details about the precise role and structure of an independent Chinese aid agency are yet to be released.
2018/03/19 | Mike Lee
OPINION: Despite a Shady Record, Hong Kong's Business 'Superman' Retires to Adulation
A reflection on the less outstanding elements of Li Ka-shing's track record as the Hong Kong business magnate retires.
2018/03/19 | The Third Pole
What Can Fix the Disjointed Management of the Mekong River?
Decades of distrust between governments means that the world's 12th longest river has only the loosest management.
What Gives with Taiwan's Low Wages?
Stagnant industry, falling investment, overly academic graduates and fiercer global competition are just a handful of the reasons why wages in Taiwan suck.
2018/03/17 | Shona Loong
Healing Wounds on the Thai-Myanmar Border
The withdraw of aid to support Myanmarese migrants on the Thai side of the border spotlights the challenges that remain to offer them a safe path home.
2018/03/17 | Tai Wei Lim
Policing the Pirates in Southeast Asia
ASEAN must work together to combat increasing piracy in the Strait of Malacca.
2018/03/16 | Nate Maynard
5 Highlights from Mapping Taiwan's Circular Economy Projects
Circular economy is something of an abstract concept, so here are five real world examples of CE projects in Taiwan.
2018/03/16 | Colin Alexander
OPINION: Taiwan's Diplomatic Isolation Is a Blessing in Disguise
If Taiwan was part of the international club, would the country have the progressive stance and freedoms it now enjoys?