Paradise Reinvented: Korean peninsula’s first integrated resorts must overcome ‘first mover disadvantage’ (Inside Asian Gaming, February 2019)

Incheon is the perfect place’: Interview with Paradise City President and CEO Pyung Yong Park (Inside Asian Gaming, February 2019)

Stars Align: Galaxy Entertainment and Francis Lui are on a winning streak (Forbes Asia, February 2019)

Francis Lui: Growing the Galaxy (Inside Asian Gaming, March 2019)

Russian Revolution: Pioneer Tigre de Cristal hopes to retain its lead in the emerging Primorsky cluster (Inside Asian Gaming, April 2019)

Destination Primorsky (Inside Asian Gaming, April 2019)

Deconstructing Donaco: Australian-listed frontier casino company has a CEO vacancy while suing and competing with a major shareholder (Inside Asian Gaming, May 2019)

Payback: Co-founder Joey Lim lost his shares financing transformational acquisition (Inside Asian Gaming, May 2019)

Why not Wakayama? Governor Yoshinobu Nisaka says synergy with Osaka, shovel-ready site underpin integrated resort bid (Inside Asian Gaming, May 2019)

One Night in Kangwon- Inside Korea’s only casino where Koreans can play (Inside Asian Gaming, June 2019)

‘Vicious cycle’ caps growth (Inside Asian Gaming, June 2019)

Museum of Slots (Inside Asian Gaming, June 2019)

Going Global: Melco Chairman and CEO Lawrence Ho exclusive interview on Macau, Japan (Inside Asian Gaming, July 2019)

Melco Crown: The Sequel (Inside Asian Gaming, July 2019)

Sale of the Century: Caesars-Eldorado merger sends ripples across Asia (Inside Asian Gaming, September 2019)

Online Outage: Led by the Philippines and Cambodia, cross border gaming has become too big for China to ignore (Inside Asian Gaming, October 2019)

Asian Gaming Power 50 (Inside Asian Gaming, November 2019)

Why Duterte won’t fold on Chinese gambling: POGO sticks in Philippines (Asia Times, November 7, 2019)

Boom to bust for Cambodia’s Chinese casino town: Online gaming ban spurs Sihanoukville exodus (Asia Times, November 8, 2019)

Getting fast and loose with Irvine Welsh in Bali (Asia Times, November 17, 2019)

The radicalization of Hong Kong’s Maggie Shing-wah (Asia Times, November 23, 2019)