Daisann McLane

Daisann McLane is a journalist who splits her time between New York and Hong Kong. Her dispatchesfrom Hong Kong can be read on Slate and also on her blog, "Learning Cantonese."

Well-traveled
Sept. 1 2011 6:14 PMThe New Japanese Fear of Food
Well-traveled
Aug. 31 2011 6:00 PMTaking Refuge in Fukushima
Well-traveled
Aug. 30 2011 7:14 PMSendai Rising From the Wreckage
Dispatches
Dec. 23 2005 11:48 AMA Consciousness-Raising Tart
Dispatches
Dec. 21 2005 2:04 PMAn Extraordinary Night in Hong Kong Politics
Dispatches
Sept. 17 2004 1:46 PMMind Your Hais and Your Dous
Dispatches
Sept. 15 2004 1:49 PMWhat's Hong Kong's Biggest Obsession? Food!
Well-traveled
Aug. 31 2011 6:43 PMThe Fishermen of Fukushima
Well-traveled
Aug. 31 2011 12:04 PMSendai After the Tsunami
Foreigners
June 29 2007 12:11 PMThe Hong Kong Handover HangoverTen years on, the natives are restless.
Dispatches
Dec. 22 2005 3:49 PMThe Protest Capital of Asia
Dispatches
Dec. 20 2005 12:32 PMOut in the Field With Hong Kong's Radio Pirates
Dispatches
Sept. 16 2004 2:19 PMCan Hong Kong Movies Survive China's Help?
Dispatches
Sept. 14 2004 2:27 PMLong Hair, Marxist Revolutionary and Superstar
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Working
Dec. 18 2014 4:49 PM Slate’s Working Podcast: Episode 17 Transcript Read what David Plotz asked a middle school principal about his workday.