Indonesian migrant workers


‘Maid to Queer’ Explores Desire and Queerness Among Hong Kong’s Indonesian Domestic Workers

Janine Sun Rogers

Maid to Queer provides profound insight into how systems of migratory labor beget “productive possibilities of queerness and norm.”


Taiwan, Indonesia Spar Over Migrant Worker Fees

Bryan Chou

While Indonesia is taking on the responsibility for protecting their citizens, it is time for Taiwan to do the same for migrant workers in order to live up to its reputation as a beacon for human rights in Asia.


Taiwan’s Media Coverage of Migrant Worker Arrest an Embarrassment

Nicholas Haggerty

Taiwan's media coverage of a migrant worker's arrest was sensational, insulting, and devoid of any legitimate public interest.


Muslims in Taiwan Celebrate End of Ramadan Under Major Changes

Ying-yu Alicia Chen

Muslims in Taiwan marked the end of Ramadan on Sunday. Taiwan's Covid-19 response allowed for relatively open celebrations, but social distancing measures and employer restrictions remained obstacles for many.


INTERVIEW: '10 Years Taiwan' Directors Dish on Taiwan's Future and Its Present

Nick Aspinwall

The News Lens caught up with '10 Years Taiwan' directors Lekal Sumi and Rina Tsou, who discussed what inspired them as directors and how Taiwan can avoid the film's dismal vision of the future.


Indonesian Migrant Workers Reported to be Joining IS

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Head of the National Agency for Placement and Protection of Indonesian Workers warns several countries, including Taiwan, to be highly alert since some workers have already been reported to be part of the Islamic State (IS).

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