I have offered commentaries to a wide range of media on issues related to my areas of expertise, such as Chinese politics and economy, Hong Kong, US-China Trade War, Canada-China relations, Southeast Asia, etc.
New York Times, New Yorker, Washington Post, The Economist, BBC News, Financial Times, Los Angeles Times, The Atlantic, Bloomberg, Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Reuters, Time Magazine, Voice of America (English, Chinese), Wall Street Journal, Aljazeera America, South China Morning Post, The Guardian, The Times, Nikkei Asian Review, Christian Science Monitor, The Straits Times, The Associated Press, Agence France Presse, Sydney Morning Herald, The Diplomat, Australian Broadcasting Corporation.
National Public Radio (NPR), Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), CNN, BBC World, BBC World News, BBC Radio 5, CNBC, Channel News Asia, EuroNews, France 24, Monocle Radio, Aljazeera, Australian Broadcasting Corporation Radio, Radio Television Hong Kong (RTHK).
Globe and Mail, National Post, Financial Post, Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, Hill Times, Canadian Press, Macleans.
CBC The National, CBC News Network, CBC The Current, CBC Metro Morning, CBC The House, CBC Here and Now, CPAC TV, CTV, Global News, TVO with Steve Paikin.
Little Red Podcast on State Violence in China, with Louisa Lim and Graeme Smith, March 2020.
Asia Experts Forum: Lynette Ong on the Socio-Economic Context of Hong Kong Protests, November 26, 2019.
Young China Watchers’ (YCW) Voices on China, July 12, 2016.
YCW: Can you offer any advice for those in the YCW network interested in studying or working in international development in China? What was your fieldwork experience like, and would you recommend any specific training or skills?
LO: I would recommend young people to invest some time in learning the language, culture, and society in China. Spend a year or two living in China, preferably in smaller cities with few Westerners, where you would be “forced” to interact with the locals, learn their language or sometimes dialects, and understand their ways of life. Be modest and be respectful of people’s culture. While the Chinese could benefit from international development experience, we also have a lot to learn from them.