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Helen Davis
Teacher
M 9378 1283
helencdavisgmail.com
 
 
Carolynne Dear
Freelance Editor/Writer/Copywriter
Penn & Ink Communications
T 9039 9705
carolynnedeargmail.com
www.pennandinkcommunications.com
Carolynne Dear is a freelance writer and current editor of print magazine Expat Parent in Hong Kong. She started out as a features writer in London in the 1990s with publishing giant Emap, before moving to Sydney where she launched a monthly women's title. Since living in Hong Kong she has freelanced across a variety of local magazines. She enjoys reading, knitting, dragon boating, running and travelling.
 
 
Jennifer Stephens Deayton
Writer/Filmmaker/Editor
Bodega Media HK Ltd
M 9305 7022
jenniferbodegamediahk.com
www.hongkongbodega.com
Jennifer S. Deayton is a writer and filmmaker. She writes for food and travel shows, and her fiction and nonfiction have appeared in AGNI, Gravel, Prairie Schooner, the Stockholm Review of Literature and various regional anthologies. She has an MFA in film production from Loyola Marymount University and her award-winning short films have screened at festivals worldwide. Blog: http://therockmom.com/ Twitter: @arockmom
 
 
Raka Dewan
Teacher/Editor/Writer
M 9754 9004
rakadewanyahoo.com
Raka Dewan works as a secondary school English teacher. She was the editor of a design magazine for twelve years before switching careers. She has a degree in English literature and a postgraduate degree in education.
 
 
Sue Dockstader
Legal and Publishing Consultant/Writer/Editor
Yum Cha Treasures
T (1) 704 752 0356
M (1) 704 779 5097
docksuegmail.com
www.facebook.com/YumChaTreasures
Sue works as a non-profit consultant in Charlotte, North Carolina, with an emphasis on project management and PR having previously worked in London and Hong Kong as a lawyer, writer and editor. She dabbles in selling Asian antiques while continuing to write about local non-profits and is a contributing blogger for Rally for the Cure. Sue is a former WiPS president.
 
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