Rising costs, therapist shortages: Gen Z struggles to afford mental health care

The Guardian, September 21, 2022

‘The death is too much’: New York’s Little Pakistan gathers aid for flood victims

The Guardian, September 6, 2022

‘No more car for me’: will a $23 toll finally rid Manhattan of gridlock?

The Guardian, August 11, 2022

Can ‘chief vibes officers’ keep things positive amid the crypto collapse?

The Guardian, July 8, 2022

The Guardian, June 4, 2022

‘This can’t be real’: Grubhub promotion turns New York City restaurants into a ‘war zone’

The Guardian, May 19, 2022

What did i just buy? I tried to use New York’s first NFT vending machine

The Guardian, February 28, 2022

‘We have to make ourselves seen’: the New York rent strikers fighting eviction

The Guardian, February 9, 2022

Mold, leaks, rot: How Brad Pitt’s post-Katrina housing project went horribly wrong

The Guardian, February 3, 2022

E-bike batteries are catching on fire way too often

Curbed (New York Magazine), January 25, 2022

The workers who sued Uber and won

Dissent Magazine, May 5, 2021

Jing Fong couldn’t survive. Will Manhattan’s Chinatown?

The Nation, March 8, 2021

What Nomadland gets wrong about gig labor

Vulture (New York Magazine), February 22, 2021

I visited Donald Trump’s state park and it’s not a park

The Guardian, September 29, 2020



The AI startup erasing call center worker accents: is it fighting bias – or perpetuating it?

The Guardian, August 24, 2022

Taiwanese Americans bemoan media fearmongering over Pelosi visit

The Guardian, August 3, 2022

Elon Musk praises Chinese workers for ‘burning the 3am oil’ – here’s what that really looks like

The Guardian, May 12, 2022

In Hong Kong, we thought we had more time

The Nation, January 8, 2021

The unraveling of Thailand’s national myth

The Nation, October 28, 2020

Did US lobbying backfire for Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement?

The Nation, September 14, 2020

The infinite heartbreak of loving Hong Kong

The Nation, May 23, 2020
Translated into Chinese for The News Lens. Featured on Apple Daily.

The WHO ignores Taiwan. The world pays the price.

The Nation, April 3, 2020
Translated into Chinese for The News Lens. Featured on Apple Daily.

The left’s role in the Hong Kong uprising

Dissent Magazine, November 27, 2019

Hong Kong’s fight for life

Dissent Magazine, August 8, 2019
One of Dissent’s most-read pieces in 2019. Translated into Chinese for The Owl, German for Der Freitag and Polish for Krytyka Polityczna.



Night in Hong Kong

Dissent Magazine, Spring 2022 issue

Robin Rhode

Julia Stoschek Collection, February 4, 2021

Without the human: Jungjin Lee’s Echo

ArtAsiaPacific, July 29, 2019

Issac Lam’s photos are dreamlike tributes to Hong Kong youth culture

Still / Loud, February 16, 2019

Review: Rinko Kawauchi’s Halo

ArtAsiaPacific, November 3, 2017

Mysteries along the Hong Kong-China border

Still / Loud, August 6, 2017

Review: Ho Fan, Portrait of Hong Kong

ArtAsiaPacific, June 27 2017

To live this freely: in memory of Ren Hang

Still / Loud, March 4, 2017
Translated into Chinese for Initium.

Wing Shya: the photographer who immortalized Hong Kong’s cool

CNN Style, December 27, 2016