Samuel Ng

Samuel Ng is a Westpac Asian Scholar currently at the National Chengchi University in Taipei, Taiwan undertaking units in Taiwanese international relations and political history. He is in his final year of a dual Bachelor of Laws (Honors) and International Business at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia.

Revitalising Taiwan’s Defence: Engaging Private Industry for National Security

Taiwan’s domestic defence industry plays a massive role in national defence, producing innovation after innovation despite international isolation. However, more needs to be done...

Fall and Rebirth of Hong Kong: A Changing Landscape for Asia’s Former World City

In June 1995, one year ahead of Hong Kong’s transfer of sovereignty to China, Fortune magazine titled its cover story “The Death of Hong...

Taiwan’s Collective Complacency Amid Growing Threats

In spite of China’s increasing intimidation efforts toward Taiwan, the political leadership and public remain skeptical of the threat posed by Beijing. Taiwan’s political...

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