Jessie Tu

Jessie Tu is a journalist and writer based between Taipei and Sydney whose recent work examines gender, race and culture across East Asia and Australia
Jessie Tu
Jessie Tu is a journalist and writer based between Taipei and Sydney whose recent work examines gender, race and culture across East Asia and Australia

Latest from Jessie Tu

Opinion | As Taiwan celebrates same-sex marriage, why is no one shouting about the shameful lack of women’s rights?

When a married woman can only have an abortion if her husband agrees, when women are still blamed for inviting sexual harassment, and when a wave of murders of women sparks little outrage, there is still much work to do to create a fair society.

28 May 2019 - 10:36AM

When a married woman can only have an abortion if her husband agrees, when women are still blamed for inviting sexual harassment, and when a wave of murders of women sparks little outrage, there is still much work to do to create a fair society.

As Taiwan celebrates same-sex marriage, why is no one shouting about the shameful lack of women’s rights?
Opinion | Women in tech: more female experts at conferences, less eye candy, please

The ubiquity of attractive young women promoting products and the dearth of female speakers at Asia’s largest cybersecurity conference in Taipei shows that the tech industry has a long way to go in recognising women’s contributions.

3 Apr 2019 - 7:17PM

The ubiquity of attractive young women promoting products and the dearth of female speakers at Asia’s largest cybersecurity conference in Taipei shows that the tech industry has a long way to go in recognising women’s contributions.

Women in tech: more female experts at conferences, less eye candy, please