Austin Horng-En Wang In The News

Profile: Austin Horng-En Wang

September 11, 2019
Heading into 2019, Tsai Ing-wen looked at risk of becoming Taiwan’s first one-term president. Then came the unrest in Hong Kong.
The Atlantic
August 26, 2019
The ongoing protests in Hong Kong have captivated the world, prompting speculation of another brutal Tiananmen-like government crackdown. Rather than viewing Hong Kong merely through the lens of a China problem, however, it may make more sense to see it in the context of the broader Asia-Pacific region.
The Atlantic
August 26, 2019
The ongoing protests in Hong Kong have captivated the world, prompting speculation of another brutal Tiananmen-like government crackdown. Rather than viewing Hong Kong merely through the lens of a China problem, however, it may make more sense to see it in the context of the broader Asia-Pacific region.
July 15, 2019
A populist mayor in Taiwan who favors closer ties with China won the opposition party’s nomination to run against President Tsai Ing-wen, who has been sharply critical of Beijing’s attempts to pressure the island into unification.
Bloomberg
June 14, 2019
China’s heavy-handed tactics in Hong Kong could be also hurting its cause in neighboring Taiwan.
Quartz
June 13, 2019
As debate raged in Hong Kong in recent months over a controversial extradition law that would allow the city to send suspects to mainland China, governments from countries around the world have expressed their concerns. None have been more vocal than Taiwan
June 6, 2019
A cacophonous sea of tens of thousands of people, dressed in red and waving flags, chanted and blasted air horns in Taipei, Taiwan’s capital.
1eew.com
April 18, 2019
Billionaire Guo Taiming announced on Wednesday that he will run for the president of Taiwan. He said that his election has been blessed by Mazu. The most well-known product of Guo Taiming's factory is the iPhone.