Gabriel Wilder has been a journalist for more than 20 years. She worked at The Sydney Morning Herald for almost two decades, most recently as deputy editor for its weekend arts and culture lift-out, Spectrum.
The Burning Sun scandal that torched South Korea’s elites
Systemic corruption has allowed the country’s ruling class to act above the law and women are paying the price.
Women of influence in South Korea
Spycams, #metoo, the corset movement – the women of South Korea have been campaigning to bring about a wave of change.
Xi Jinping Thought, beaming live tonight
A new show aimed at millennials aims to bring Xi Thought to a new generation and make socialism kind of cool.
The women taking on spycams in South Korea
Growing grass-roots action by Korean individuals and businesses is being taken against female sexual harassment.
Trump and the rebirth of satire
When Nazis proudly march in America’s southern cities, do we really need comedians to point out how bad people can be?
South Korea says #MeToo as sexual allegations topple prominent figures
Korea has made rapid strides as a nation in a relatively short period of time but lags as a patriarchal society.