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Chiu-Ti Jansen
Opinion

Opinion

Chiu-Ti Jansen

Taiwan’s new anti-infiltration law seeks to curb Chinese communist influence, but it may end up hurting democracy

  • While supporters point to Chinese misinformation campaigns to justify the law and point to its narrow scope, the way it was rushed through and the chilling effect it will have on freedom of speech and cross-strait exchanges are cause for concern

Illustration: Stephen Case Illustration: Stephen Case
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Chiu-Ti Jansen

Chiu-Ti Jansen

Chiu-Ti Jansen, with advanced degrees from Yale and Columbia, is the founder of multimedia platform China Happenings and a former corporate partner of international law firm Sidley Austin.