SOAS University of London

SOAS in the Media – 26 November

26 November 2018


CPAC, LBC: Steve Tsang discussed China, the US and the G20 and was interviewed on a Dolce & Gabbana ad causing controversy in China (LBC)


The Guardian: Amina Yaqin discussed power dressing in Pakistan and the implications for women

The Metro: Article by Aisha Phoenix re-published on colourism on 'How shade bias perpetuates prejudice against people with dark skin' (originally published in The Conversation)

The Telegraph and Express: Costas Lapavitsas quoted in article on Greece's financial situation


Deutsche Welle: Dafydd Fell gave extensive commentary on Taiwan's local elections and Taiwan's referendums

Mirror Media (Taiwan): Published a Chinese language discussion of Dafydd Fell's essay on How Liberal is Taiwan

Taiwan's Central News Agency: Dafydd Fell interviewed in Taiwan's Central News Agency report on Taiwan's referendums on same sex marriage

The Sunday Guardian, Kashmir Watch, Pakistan Christian Post, Business Standard, ANI News, The Siyasat Daily, NDTV: Coverage of CPEC seminar lectures by Paul Stott and Burzine Waghmar at the European Parliament, Brussels

Bangkok Post: article on performance art exhibition in Thailand with Marina Ambramovic which SOAS student Lin Htet has taken part in

SCMP: Tim Pringle discussed trade unions in China

Philippine News Agency: Mandana Seyfeddinipur featured in article on the work of the Commission on the Filipino Language (Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino) to preserve Philippine languages through a digital archive