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As the Managing Director of The Asia Cable, Alex oversees day-to-day operations and works with the President to steer the publication toward its goals. He also serves as IndyCar Content Director at Frontstretch.
Qi Siang Ng is an AM graduate from the Regional Studies–East Asia program at Harvard University. Previously a journalist with The Edge Singapore, he has also written for the Lowy Institute’s Interpreter blog and Oxford University’s OxPol blog.
A higher education professional with experience in academic advising, Jarek serves The Asia Cable as the Director of Communications. His background includes studies in History and French language/culture as well as leadership in Education.
A master’s student at the McCourt School of Public Policy at Georgetown University, Shun is a policy research fellow at The Asia Cable with a specialization in Asia-Pacific policy.