Featured Authors

Jonathan Dai

Jonathan Dai is a Canadian businessman, social activist, and leader in the Chinese community. He ran in several federal and provincial elections, helped organize quite a few leadership races, and understands Canadian politics well. Jonathan has also been dedicated to the economic development of the immigrant communities, received a Citizenship, and Immigration award in 1997, and a Canada 150th Anniversary Volunteer Services Medallion in 2017. In his role as the founding president of Canada-China Council for Cooperation and Development (CCCCD), Jonathan continues to champion and promote understanding and better relationship between Canada and China.  

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Christopher Black

Christopher Black is a distinguished Toronto lawyer specializing in international criminal Law. He gained world fame for the defence of formal Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic and Rwandan general Augustin Ndindiliyimana. Despites the physical attacks and death threats Black has received, he continuous to fight for human rights and international justice.

Max Blumenthal 

Award-winning journalist Max Blumenthal has contributed many books on current affairs and issues, including best-selling Republican Gomorrah, Goliath, The Fifty One Day War, and The Management of Savagery. His writings can also be found on The Sputnik, Russia Today, The New York Times, Los Angeles Time etc. Max also acts as the editor-in-chief of The Greyzone, an online news website dedicated to original investigative journalism, news, and analysis.

William Ging Wee Dere (謝景煒)

William is a documentary filmmaker and author of “Being Chinese in Canada, The Struggle for Identity, Redress and Belonging.” (Douglas & McIntyre, 2019), winner of the 2020 Blue Metropolis/Conseil des arts de Montréal Diversity Prize. He has been an anti-imperialist organizer, and then a leading activist in the 2-decade movement for redress of the Chinese Head Tax and Exclusion Act.

William's grandfather arrived in Canada in 1909 and paid the $500 Head Tax. William's father also paid the $500 Head Tax when he came to Canada at the age of 14 in 1921. The Chinese Exclusion Act separated William's family for over three decades. His film “Moving the Mountain” documents how the two Sinophobic legislations affected his family and the Chinese Canadian community.

William was trained as a professional engineer with a Master's in Mechanical Engineering. In the fine tradition of Chinese Canadians, he worked for the railway until his retirement. After which he wrote his award-winning book.  

George Galloway

George Galloway is a news broadcaster, leader of the Workers Party of Britain, and writer, having written such books as Fidel Castro Handbook, I'm Not the Only One, and The Principles Of Religious Development. Galloway has appeared to comment on several Russia Today (RT) news segments and is respected worldwide for his anti-war and anti-Imperialist stances.

Aidan Jonah 

Aidan Jonah is the Editor-in-Chief of The Canada Files, a Socialist, Anti-Imperialist news site founded in 2019. He has written about Canadian imperialism, federal politics, and Leftist resistance to colonialism across the world. He is a third-year Bachelor of Journalism student at Ryerson University, who was the Head of Communications and Community Engagement for Etobicoke North NDP Candidate Naiima Farah in the 2019 Federal Election.

Fernando Munoz 

Fernando Munoz is a licensed language teacher originally from Colombia. He has been teaching English in China for over a decade and owns an English-teaching educational facility there. He shares vivid real-life experiences in China through his YouTube channel FerMuBe which has 29.4K subscribers so far.

Based in Dongguan, Guangdong, Mr. Munoz is a highly respected business owner in the field of language learning and consultancy who shares his expertise and experiences living in China for over twenty years. He is the Founder and CEO of EZ KIDS® education training centers since 2005.

His contributions to Chinese society are notable, including his language consulting work with the Dongguan city government in preparation for the United Nations IFPRA Livable Communities Awards in 2006 and 2008. In 2007, he presented a road sign correction project financed by him, which received praise and appreciation from the community.

Justin Podur

Justin Podur is a Toronto-based writer and a Fellow in Writing at Globetrotter. You can find him on his website at podur.org and on Twitter @justinpodur. He teaches at York University in the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change.

Shangguan Jiewen


Shangguan Jiewen is an American reporter who has been living in China for over ten years. His YouTube channel showing a very different China from the one that the West portrays in the mainstream media. His videos bring us to a modern, prosperous, and democratic China that the West doesn't want people to know about.