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Taehwa Hong

Taehwa Hong

Yale Global Online

Contributor since: 12 May 2020

Biography

Taehwa Hong is a former intern with the Korea Economic Institute of America and an opinion writer for Asia Times. His work has been featured in The Business Times, Huffington Post, The WorldPost, The Peninsula and YaleGlobal Online.

  • Understanding China's "Health Silk Road"

    Published 12 May 2020 | viewed 2,086 times

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