Travelfish contributions by wix
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Life according to wix
I have spent about 10 years studying, working and travelling in Asia. I called Taiwan home for a while but have now returned to Australia.
Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Canada, Fiji, Indonesia, Japan
Now I'm back in Australia my only overseas trip is likely to be to Tasmania.
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Taiwanese community in Melbourne shows support for Sunflower Movement
Published 10:55 pm, 30 Mar 2014
About 500 members of the Taiwanese community rallied outside the State Library in Melbourne yesterday. The rally was part of a worldwide action with other events taking place in major cities of Australia, Europe, Asia and North America to show solidarity with Taiwan’s Sunflower Movement. At the same time as the event in Melbourne a […]
Taiwan-based writer pens debut sci-fi novel
Published 4:05 am, 8 Dec 2013
I came across some information about a new sci-fi novel via a post on Facebook by Naimei Iemian who created the cover art for the book. I was intrigued by the the synopsis of this novel set in a futuristic mega-city called Ntshona. Curious to find out more I got in touch with the author […]
Homophobia must be condemned
Published 4:41 pm, 20 Sep 2013
I had a short letter published in the Taipei Times today. The letter was written in response to a group of so-called religious leaders in Taiwan campaigning against same-sex marriage. The Taipei Times have also made the issue the subject of its editorial today. I would also like to remind people of the positive example […]
DFAT documents on human rights in Taiwan
Published 9:23 pm, 15 Mar 2013
Last year I submitted a Freedom of Information (FoI) request to Australia’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) via the website Right to Know. The purpose of the request was to find out about Australian government’s attitude toward and monitoring of human rights issues in Taiwan. In particular the request focused on information regarding the […]
My letter to the Taipei Times about Chen Shui-bian
Published 2:11 pm, 6 Mar 2013
My letter urging the government of Taiwan to grant medical parole was published in the Taipei Times today. I have been concerned about the treatment of Chen Shui-bian for some time. The recent reports issued by the Control Yuan and international group of human rights experts* highlight that the government has treated Chen poorly and […]