My first (and only) front page byline in The Washington Post,  May 29, 1990

I’ve been writing since I was small, and making a living from it since 1986. At first my interest was politics, particularly anything to do with Southeast Asia, but at Reuters and then at The Wall Street Journal I also wrote about business, economics, environment and social issues.

Since the late 1990s I’ve turned more to technology and innovation, which has been a challenge because I was lousy at science and maths. Maybe that’s the appeal; if I can understand something well enough to write about it, then I should be able to do it in a way that makes it palatable to anyone.

Nowadays I write weekly columns for several publications, including The Wall Street Journal’s Online and Asian editions. I also write the content for the annual Asian Innovation Awards and the Global Entrepolis in Singapore awards. I also write a blog.

I’m always open to discussing writing assignments with other outlets, whether on technology or other issues. For more on that feel free to contact me.

For publications and online sites looking to syndicate my work, please check out Loose Wire Service.

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