Ben Bland, author of Generation HK: Seeking Identity in China's Shadow, is a foreign correspondent and policy analyst who has been working in Asia for more than a decade.
Michael Breen is author of The New Koreans and was for many years the Guardian and Washington Times correspondent.
Michael Buckley, author of Meltdown in Tibet is an environmentalist, an adventure-travel writer & documentary filmmaker who specializes in the Himalayan & Southeast Asian regions.
Anna Chittenden writes about travel and lifestyle in Asia and is the author and creator of the Lost Guides travel-book series.
Alexander Chula's debut work of non-fiction, "Goodbye, Dr Banda: Lessons from the West from a Small African Country", is published by Birlinn/Polygon.
Edith Coron and Anne Garrigue are journalists who often focus on Asia. Their first co-authored book is China Blend: The Cultural Hybrids Bridging the World.
Michael Frank is a political and economic analyst with a decade of experience in Asia, including at The Economist Intelligence Unit based in Hong Kong, where he worked on public-facing thought leadership and internal strategic advisory.
Zarifa Ghafari is the youngest female major of Afghanistan, and escaped from the Taliban in August 2021 to seek refuge in Germany.