Media

Op-eds

The Struggle for Gender Equality in Xi’s ‘New Era’. China Policy Institute: Analysis. October 23, 2017.

Change and Continuity under China’s Two-Child Policy. Southbank Centre. October 3, 2017.

Queer Politics in Tibet: Past, Present and Future. IAPS Dialogue. June 27, 2017. (With Chelsea Hall).

Where is Ethnicity? Intersectionality in the Chinese Feminist Movement. IAPS Dialogue. March 6, 2017.

Guest Post: The Politics of Tibetan “Plateau Redness”. The New Inquiry. April 14, 2016.

Chinese Celebrity and the Soft Power Machine. China Film Insider. April 3, 2016. (With Dr. Jonathan Sullivan).

The Amazing Adventures of Sue in Tibet and Her Creator. BBC. March 17, 2016.

Comment

Rise in Gay Tourism Highlights Legal Pressure on China’s LGBTQ+ CommunityThe Globe Post. November 30, 2017.

Queer Getaways Give China’s LGBT Tourists A Break From It All. South China Morning Post. September 9, 2017.

The Age of China’s Female Self-Made Billionaires – and Why It Could Soon Be Over. The New Statesman. July 26, 2017.

Unexpected? Lhasa is China’s “Happiest City” of the Year (Again). What’s on Weibo. March 15, 2017.

拉萨被评选“最幸福城市” 评论:无从证实. Voice of Tibet. March 15, 2017.

Women in China: Feminists Battle to Reach the Mainstream. Irish Times. Dec 30, 2016.

Women in China: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back. Irish Times. Dec 27, 2016.

Mentions

Women’s Day and the Fight for Gender Equality in China. China Digital Times. March 8, 2017.

Tibetan Father of Three Self-Immolates in Gansu. China Digital Times. Dec 9, 2016.

Tibetan Director ‘Injured in Chinese Police Custody’. The Guardian. June 29, 2016.

Tibetan Director Hospitalized After Police Detention. China Digital Times. June 29, 2016.

Lady Gaga “Banned” in China After Dalai Lama Meeting. China Digital Times. June 28, 2016.

Surfer-inflected Official Chinese Twitter talk. Language Log. June 3, 2016.

‘Ever Been to Tibet Bro?’ A Nationalistic Chinese Twitter Account Goes Rogue. Washington Post. June 1, 2016.

Researcher’s Copy of “Sue in Tibet” Unveils Author’s Amazing Life. New York Times. March 17, 2016.

No Tolerance for ‘Wild Imams’ in China – But ‘Weibo Imams’ are Thriving. What’s on Weibo. March 16, 2016.