Amber Lin is a journalist specializing in cross-Strait relations and regional politics. She has worked at a number of Taiwanese publications, including CommonWealth Magazine—commonly rated as one of the most trusted news outlets in the country, The Reporter, and The News Lens. Her reporting focuses on Taiwan, China, and Hong Kong, where she covers a diverse range of social and geopolitical developments. She has earned a Society of Publishers in Asia (SOPA) award for environmental reporting, a Human Rights Press Award from the Hong Kong Foreign Correspondents’ Club and Amnesty International in 2013, and Taiwan’s Excellent Journalism Award for international reporting in 2016. In 2019, she was awarded a Pulitzer Center Persephone Miel Fellowship for her project The Silent War, which explores Beijing’s growing economic and political influence campaigns in Taiwan as it advocates for its “Chinese dream,” as well as the island’s response. She is currently studying politics and security in the Asia Studies Program at Georgetown’s Walsh School of Foreign Service.