Journalism

Why I Went on BirthWrong, Tablet Magazine

Maizi De La Force: Li Maizi, Stylist France (photography)

Cazadores de sabores: Javastraat (PDF), Condé Nast Traveler Spain

Courts now at the frontlines in battles over climate change, Christian Science Monitor

‘International Slut’ Activist Li Maizi Is One of China’s Loudest Feminist Voices, Broadly

Eat the Street: Javastraat, Condé Nast Traveller

This Vegan Food Stall Takes Vietnamese Cuisine Back to Its Pre-Colonial Roots, Munchies

Counting Our Chickens (PDF), Lucky Peach

10 Amazing Things To Do in … Vancouver, Condé Nast Traveller

Could Brexit pressures push May to surrender British ‘independence’ to US?, Christian Science Monitor

Inside the Restaurant Dedicated to Employing Refugees, Lucky Peach

Uncertainty over Brexit ratchets back up with court ruling, Christian Science Monitor

Inside London’s First Vegan Fried Chicken Shop, Munchies

Why are Jews, gays, and other minorities in Europe increasingly voting far-right?, Christian Science Monitor

In Europe, a Christmas in the shadow of terrorism, divisive politics, Christian Science Monitor (contributed reporting)

In the Wake of Brexit, Europe Sees Its First Pro-Immigration Political Party, Broadly

Women in Theatre, Lucy Cavendish College Blog, University of Cambridge

The Gender-Neutral Hair Salon Cutting Through Sexism, Broadly

This ‘Fat Gay Vegan’ Took Me on a Meat-Free Food Crawl, Munchies

Poland’s wartime contradictions, Jewish Independent

Finding My Own Truth As Poland Rewrites Holocaust History, Forward

But will we want to stay?, London Review of Books

Cooks & Chefs: Colin Tu, Lucky Peach

How to Influence Your Adopted Country, Wall Street Journal

How Expats Can Survive the Long-Distance Relationship, Wall Street Journal [also on WSJ Expat]

To Live the Expat Dream, Plan to Cope with Stresses, Wall Street Journal [also on WSJ Expat]

What happened in Cologne?, London Review of Books

The Pros and Cons of Celebrating Holidays As an Expat, Wall Street Journal

Five Ways to Make Friends in a Transient City Such as London, Wall Street Journal

For the Working Expat: Three Great Work-Friendly Cafés in London, Wall Street Journal

How a Canadian Expat Has Lost the Right to Vote From Abroad, Wall Street Journal

The Edinburgh Fringe: An Expat Decodes the World’s Largest Arts Festival, Wall Street Journal

An Expat Gets Polish Citizenship–and the Right to Live in Europe, Wall Street Journal

We Love Mom: Karen Micner’s Salmon with Soup Mix, Lucky Peach

Why Can Commonwealth Citizens Vote in the U.K.? An Expat Asks, Wall Street Journal

What Would Uncle Trotsky Say?, Forward

Neighbourhood on the up: Vila Madalena, São Paulo, Condé Nast Traveller

24 Hours in… Mile End, Montreal, Condé Nast Traveller

Missing Christmas in Japan, Jewish Independent