Per Liljas

Swedish journalist based in Auckland, New Zealand, reporting on politics, environment and social issues in Asia-Pacific. Correspondent for Svenska Dagbladet, also available for freelance assignments.

Previously a writer/reporter with TIME, based in Hong Kong.

M.A. graduate from New York University’s Literary Reportage program. Fulbright scholar. Recipient of the 2011 Minority Rights journalism award and shortlisted for the 2008 Red Cross journalism award.

per@liljas.net

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Edible bird’s nests, an ancient industry faces modern problems – TIME

Kiribati, a nation ready to flee the rising seas – SCMP Post

Palm oil and fires, Indonesia’s eternal struggle – TIME

ISIS is making inroads in the Philippines – TIME

A family reunites after a devastating typhoon – TIME

The terrorist threat in Western Sahara – TIME

What the waves did to Aceh, 10 years after the tsunami – TIME

A village reopens, 3 years after Fukushima disaster – TIME

Indonesian maids in Hong Kong are ‘modern-day slaves’ – TIME

Protesters prepare for occupation in Hong Kong – TIME

Svenska

Palmolja gör comeback i svenskt biodrivmedel – Sveriges Natur

Fågelbon, den smaklösa delikatessen – Tidningen Vi

USA:s privata fängelseindustri – Sverige Radio

Rederier krisar när globaliseringen ifrågasätts – SvD Näringsliv

Vietnamesiska flickor säljs som brudar till Kina – SvD

Atollnationen Kiribati hotas av stigande hav – Sveriges Natur

De röstlösa, hur svarta diskrimineras i USA:s val – Fokus

Nollywood, drömfabriken i Nigeria – OmVärlden

Rohingya, flyktingarna ingen vill veta vid – Amnesty Press

Motståndet lever i det ockuperade Västsahara – Amnesty Press

Läs samtliga av mina artiklar i SvD här.

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Palm oil harming rainforests and their inhabitants, for TIME.

Edible bird’s nests, an ancient industry with new challenges, for TIME.

Rising sea levels threatening the existence in Kiribati, for TIME.

The Philippines reawakens, a year after typhoon Haiyan, for TIME.

 

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