Randy Mulyanto

Randy Mulyanto is a Taipei-based freelance journalist. His work has appeared in Vice, Cathay Dragon's Silkroad magazine, Eater, New Naratif, and the South China Morning Post.
Randy Mulyanto
Randy Mulyanto is a Taipei-based freelance journalist. His work has appeared in Vice, Cathay Dragon's Silkroad magazine, Eater, New Naratif, and the South China Morning Post.

Latest from Randy Mulyanto

The grand houses on Taiwan’s Quemoy islands that were built by its wealthy migrants

Quemoy islanders left their homes in droves from the 17th century, many moving to Southeast Asia. After making their fortunes, many sent money home to their villages and built spectacular residences.

14 Jan 2019 - 10:11AM

Quemoy islanders left their homes in droves from the 17th century, many moving to Southeast Asia. After making their fortunes, many sent money home to their villages and built spectacular residences.

The grand houses on Taiwan’s Quemoy islands that were built by its wealthy migrants
Jakarta’s first and oldest Hakka Chinese restaurant Wong Fu Kie a hidden haven of authentic food and culture

The Chinese community knows where to go for great Hakka food: Wong Fu Kie, a small restaurant with no sign outside that has been serving authentic Hakka dishes since at least 1925 and educating its customers about Chinese culture.

16 Jul 2018 - 11:45AM

The Chinese community knows where to go for great Hakka food: Wong Fu Kie, a small restaurant with no sign outside that has been serving authentic Hakka dishes since at least 1925 and educating its customers about Chinese culture.

Jakarta’s first and oldest Hakka Chinese restaurant Wong Fu Kie a hidden haven of authentic food and culture
Chinese Indonesians work to preserve 700 years of history in Lasem, a ‘Little China’ in Central Java

There was already a thriving Chinese community in Lasem when a captain of Chinese Admiral Zheng He arrived in 1413, and families still own homes little changed since they were built generations ago. Preserving them has become an urgent task

28 May 2018 - 10:24AM

There was already a thriving Chinese community in Lasem when a captain of Chinese Admiral Zheng He arrived in 1413, and families still own homes little changed since they were built generations ago. Preserving them has become an urgent task

Chinese Indonesians work to preserve 700 years of history in Lasem, a ‘Little China’ in Central Java
Fighting prejudice against Indonesia’s ethnic Chinese, museum uses literature to show their role in country’s history

Set up by a Muslim former student activist, the Chinese Indonesian Literature Museum fills an information gap in the history of ethnic Chinese people in Indonesia with its treasure trove of books, newspapers and other documents

19 Mar 2018 - 10:13AM

Set up by a Muslim former student activist, the Chinese Indonesian Literature Museum fills an information gap in the history of ethnic Chinese people in Indonesia with its treasure trove of books, newspapers and other documents

Fighting prejudice against Indonesia’s ethnic Chinese, museum uses literature to show their role in country’s history