Awards & Honors
Denise has written for National Geographic, the Washington Post, CNN, the Guardian, Nature and the BBC. This is a small selection of features, long-form journalism, analyses and news stories.
Washington Post: China learns a foreign policy lesson in South Sudan
CNN: Their homes were burnt down in racist violence. Then officials told them to flee.
Guardian: "Things are getting unstable": Global heating and the rise of rockfalls in the Swiss Alps
National Geographic: This Amazon bird's eggs are black market gold. Here's why.
Nature: Sexism is still a problem for German research
National Geographic: These mothers are building homes in refugee camps
L.A. Times: Craving for caviar is driving the Danube River's sturgeon to extinction
World Politics Review: Governing with the far right cost Austria's Kurz his job. Why is he still so popular?
CNN: Where survivors of sexual abuse are sued by the perpetrators
OZY: Can she solve Bulgaria's brain drain?
Guardian: Ibis that was extinct in wild taught to migrate by following aircraft
BBC: Young Chinese are sick of working long hours
South Sudanese Mothers Are Building Homes in Refugee Camps
This Amazon Bird's Eggs Are Black Market Gold. Here's Why.
The Washington Post
China Learns a Foreign Policy Lesson in Africa
"Things Are Getting Unstable": Global heating and the rise of rockfalls in Swiss Alps
Ibis That Was Extinct in Wild Taught to Migrate by Following Aircraft
A Mother's Impossible Choice: Risk Rape to Feed your Family, or Starve
Where Survivors of Sexual Abuse Are Sued by the Perpetrators
Their Homes Were Burned Down in Racist Violence. Then Officials Told Them to Flee.
World Politics Review
Governing With the Far Right Cost Austria's Kurz His Job. Why Is He Still So Popular?
Sexism Is Still a Problem for German Research
Meet the Iranian Aquaculturist Refugee Who Found a New Home in Germany
Can She Solve Bulgaria's Brain Drain?
Tunnel Vision: Villagers Dig Their Way Out of Isolation
A Contentious History of Conservation
Laos Dam Threatens' Fishermens' Livelihoods
Can Cambodia's Orphanage System Be Reformed?
Shanghai's 'Nuts' Plan to Bail Out Bad Investments
The True Kings and Queens of Facebook and Snapchat
South China Morning Post
Christmas Rush Ideal Cover for Wildlife Trafficking
The Interracial Couple Championing China's Soft Power in Africa
Globalpost / PRI
Inside Austria's Biggest Refugee Camp
Why Rich People in Austria Want to Live in Housing Projects
Because of China's Preference for Baby Boys, Some Men Now Buy 'Wives' From Abroad
Nikkei Asian Review
Hikvision Takes the Global Lead in Video Surveillance
Wang Shu Puts the Soul Back in China's Skylines
Innovation Starts to Ripple Through Chinese Education
The Christian Science Monitor
Cambodia Tests 'Super Rice' to Fortify Its Children
Voice of America
Austria's Largest Refugee Camp Readies for Winter
Through Sports, Austria Tries to Give Migrants Traction
Phnom Penh to Restart Adoption
Women's Wear Daily (WWD)
China's Middle Class Longs for Luxury - Secondhand
As China's Air Pollution Crisis Grows, Face Masks Get More Stylish
FTA Between EU and Vietnam Increases Pressure on China
Khmer Rouge Sexual Violence Survivors Break Silence
Flooding Unearths Cambodia's Landmines
World Wildlife Magazine
The Mekong: Life Downstream
Earth Island Journal
Grain by Grain, Truck by Truck: How Myanmar is Losing Its Beaches
How China is Turning Its Back on Coal
The Bangkok Post
Groups Fight for their Lives
Star Demands Justice
Southeast Asia Globe
The End of Cambodia's Rice Industry?
Trapped by Change
A Break for the Border
Change on the Mighty Mekong
The Cambodia Daily
Obama's Historic, But Very Different Visits
Win, Lose, Share: Possible Scenarios After Election
Acid Attack Survivor Once Again Seeking a Fresh Start
Phnom Penh Post
At Boeung Trabek, 400 Families Set for Eviction
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Awards & Honors