Pei-Hua Yu

Pei-Hua Yu

Pei-Hua Yu is a journalist covering energy transition and Chinese investment and infrastructure projects in Southeast Asia. She is currently based in Taiwan and writes for publications around the world. She was previously based in Beijing, Hong Kong and Yangon.

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Myanmar crisis: leave or stay? Taiwan, Hong Kong expats among the foreigners counting the cost of doing business

Business activity has plummeted, leading foreign investors and workers to consider exit strategies, while animosity towards Beijing has left many Chinese nationals anxious that they will be targeted further.

Business activity has plummeted, leading foreign investors and workers to consider exit strategies, while animosity towards Beijing has left many Chinese nationals anxious that they will be targeted further.

Myanmar crisis: leave or stay? Taiwan, Hong Kong expats among the foreigners counting the cost of doing business
11 Apr 2021 - 6:13PM
Myanmar coup: from Chinese to Christian to Buddhist, most people of different faiths and ethnic groups unite to defy junta

In a country in dire need of a shared dream, unprecedented unity across most ethnicities is emerging.

In a country in dire need of a shared dream, unprecedented unity across most ethnicities is emerging.

Myanmar coup: from Chinese to Christian to Buddhist, most people of different faiths and ethnic groups unite to defy junta
20 Mar 2021 - 12:15AM
Myanmar people vs the junta: Generation Z leads the charge with inspiration from protesters in Hong Kong, Thailand

They might not remember life under junta rule, but the youngsters’ enthusiasm and invention have drawn support from older compatriots and international attention.

They might not remember life under junta rule, but the youngsters’ enthusiasm and invention have drawn support from older compatriots and international attention.

Myanmar people vs the junta: Generation Z leads the charge with inspiration from protesters in Hong Kong, Thailand
23 Feb 2021 - 10:57AM
‘Every day is a nightmare’: Inside Myanmar, fears and shattered dreams as military clamps down on dissent

From decades of impoverishment to a democratic blossoming and now under junta rule, the people of Myanmar are back to square one.

From decades of impoverishment to a democratic blossoming and now under junta rule, the people of Myanmar are back to square one.

‘Every day is a nightmare’: Inside Myanmar, fears and shattered dreams as military clamps down on dissent
8 Feb 2021 - 12:06PM
Indonesia’s clean energy dream: a victim of coronavirus, or politics?

Although blessed with abundant sources of clean energy, Indonesia’s potential remains strangely untapped.

Although blessed with abundant sources of clean energy, Indonesia’s potential remains strangely untapped.

Indonesia’s clean energy dream: a victim of coronavirus, or politics?
26 Jan 2021 - 9:07AM