Salvatore Babones is an associate professor of Sociology & Social Policy at the University of Sydney and a visiting professor of sociology at Nanyang Technological University. He is the author most recently of Sixteen for ’16: A Progressive Agenda for a Better America. Follow him on Twitter @sbabones.
Jill Baker is an Adjunct Fellow at the Asia Business Council in Hong Kong.
Andrea Bettinelli Dal Cin
Andrea Bettinelli Dal Cin is co-founder of Solomusica, which coordinates classical music relations between Asia and Europe.
Dr Joshua Bird is an international development professional working across the Asia-Pacific and the author of Economic Development in China's Northwest: Entrepreneurship and identity along China’s multi-ethnic borderlands (Routledge, July 2017).
Kerry Brown is Professor of Chinese Politics and Director of the Lau China Institute at King's College, London. His most recent book is Hu Jintao: China's Silent Ruler. For more writings see kerry-brown.co.uk.
Agnés Bun is a French reporter based in New Delhi. She won the Daniel Pearl Award in 2010.
John Butler recently retired as Associate Professor of Humanities at the University College of the North in The Pas, Manitoba, Canada, and has taught at universities in Canada, Nigeria and Japan. He specializes in early modern travel-literature (especially Asian travel) and seventeenth-century intellectual history. His latest book is an edition of Sir Thomas Herbert’s Travels in Africa, Persia and Asia the Great (2012).
Dorothy Chan is the author of Chinatown Sonnets, winner of New Delta Review’s 6th Annual Chapbook Contest. She is the Assistant Editor of The Southeast Review.
Dr Jonathan Chatwin is a British writer who has lived in, and written on, China. He is the author of Anywhere Out of the World: The Work of Bruce Chatwin.
Choo Waihong was a corporate lawyer with top law firms in Singapore and California before she took early retirement in 2006 and began writing travel pieces for publications such as China Daily. She lived for seven years with the Mosuo tribe and now spends half the year with them in Yunnan, China. She is the author of The Kingdom of Women: Life, Love and Death in China's Hidden Mountains.
Jame DiBiasio is the author of The Story of Angkor (Silkworm Books, 2014).
Glyn Ford is a former Euro-MP and author of North Korea on the Brink.
Michael Goebel is Professor of Global and Latin American History at the Freie Universität Berlin. He is the author of Anti-Imperial Metropolis: Interwar Paris and the Seeds of Third World Nationalism (Cambridge University Press, 2015) and Argentina’s Partisan Past: Nationalism and the Politics of History (Liverpool University Press, 2011).
Nicholas Gordon has an MPhil from Oxford in International Relations and a BA from Harvard. He works at a think tank in Hong Kong. His writing has also appeared in The South China Morning Post, The Diplomat, China Daily and Caixin.
Peter Gordon is editor of the Asian Review of Books.
Brian Haman is an International Fellow at New Europe College in Bucharest.
Zeina Hashem Beck
Zeina Hashem Beck is a Lebanese poet who lives in Dubai. Her most recent collection, Louder than Hearts, won the 2016 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize. Her chapbook, There Was and How Much There Was, is a 2016 Laureate’s Choice, selected by Carol Ann Duffy. Her work has also appeared in Ploughshares, Poetry, Poetry Northwest, Ambit, and The Rialto, among others.
Melanie Ho is a writer who has reviewed for publications in Hong Kong and Canada.
Tammy Lai-Ming Ho
Tammy Ho Lai-Ming teaches at Hong Kong Baptist University and is co-editor of the journal Cha. Her latest poetry collection is Hula Hooping.
Stephen Joyce is a marketing consultant and copywriter who moved to Asia from Scotland in early 2010. He has lived in Hong Kong and Singapore and is now in the UK.
Theophilus Kwek is the author of three collections, They Speak Only Our Mother Tongue, Circle Line and, most recently, Giving Ground.
Stephen Maire is a Director of garment manufacturing and trading company. He has lived in East Asia for more than twenty years.
Rosie Milne runs Asian Books Blog twitter@asianbooksblog. She lives in Singapore.
Juan José Morales
Tsering Namgyal is a journalist and novelist based in Hong Kong.
Saima Nasar is a Teaching Fellow at the University of Birmingham. Her research is concerned with the transnational history of race, empire, and diaspora.
Tim O’Connell is a China trader turned writer and historian who has lived in Hong Kong and Beijing since 1981.
Bill Purves is a Hong Kong-based writer. He is the author of several books, including A Sea of Green: A Voyage Around the World of Ocean Shipping and China on the Lam: On Foot Across the People’s Republic.
Pamela Recinella is an Italian stage and opera director.
T F Rhoden
T F Rhoden is an adjunct instructor at the Institute of South East Asian Affairs, Chiang Mai University, Thailand. His most recent publication is Karen Language Phrasebook: Basics of Sgaw Dialect (White Lotus Press, 2015).
Francis P Sempa
Francis P Sempa is the author of Geopolitics: From the Cold War to the 21st Century and America’s Global Role: Essays and Reviews on National Security, Geopolitics and War. His writings appear in The Diplomat, Joint Force Quarterly, the University Bookman and other publications. He is an attorney, an adjunct professor of political science at Wilkes University, and a contributing editor to American Diplomacy.
Todd Shimoda is the author of Why Ghosts Appear, Subduction, Oh! A Mystery of 'Mono No Aware', The Fourth Treasure and 365 Views of Mt. Fuji.
Timothy Sifert is a Hong Kong-based journalist.
Fiona Sze-Lorrain is a French musician, poet, literary translator, and editor. Her most recent book is The Ruined Elegance: Poems.
Ece Temelkuran is the author of Turkey: The Insane and the Melancholy. Her debut novel Women Who Blow on Knots (Parthian Books) will be published in June 2017.
John Darwin Van Fleet
John Darwin Van Fleet is Assistant Dean for the USC-SJTU Global Executive MBA in Shanghai. His book Tales of Old Tokyo, a romp through the city’s history from 1853 to 1964, was published last year, while Squabbling Siblings, Japan and China from Antiquity to 2020, will be published in early 2017.
Soni Wadhwa is a research scholar based in Mumbai.
Jane Wallace is a Hong Kong-born journalist and author living in London.
Jennifer Wong is a Hong Kong poet now residing in London. Her most recent book is Goldfish.
Hilton Yip is a writer currently based in Hong Kong and former book editor of Taiwan’s The China Post.
Alfred A Yuson
Alfred A (Krip) Yuson is a Filipino novelist and journalist, and author of The Music Child & The Mahjong Queen, a previous manuscript of which was short-listed for the 2008 Man Asian Literary Prize. His previous novels are Great Philippine Jungle Energy Cafe and Voyeurs & Savages.
John W. W. Zeiser
John W. W. Zeiser is a freelance writer based in Los Angeles. His criticism and poetry has appeared or is forthcoming in a number of publications. You can follow him on twitter @jwwz.