Christine Liwag Dixon

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New York, NY
Madonna University, Thomas M. Cooley Law School
Royals, Politics, Old Hollywood
  • Christine has followed the British royal family for as long as she can remember and has been cited as a royal expert by several international publications.
  • She cut her teeth on the political circuit, first as the assistant editor and then as the editor-in-chief of the now-defunct DL Magazine. To date, she has covered three presidential elections.
  • Growing up watching old movies and TV shows instilled a love for Old Hollywood in Christine. She has watched every Hepburn film — Audrey and Katharine.


Christine Liwag Dixon began writing features for Alb Media in 2017. In 2019, she became one of the first writers on The List's news team and has been editing news for The List since 2021. Christine has been writing the "Barkada Tayo" column in the Filipino Star News since 2014. She's been published in Mic, Glamour, Allure, HuffPost, Amendo, What Rough Beast, The Drabble, Brilliant Flash Fiction, Marias at Sampaguitas, and more. She has penned several poetry collections, including "From These Islands I Rise," which hit number one on the Amazon Best Sellers list in Asian American poetry. She is also the content director and co-founder of the multimedia platform Samahan.


Christine attended Madonna University where she was pre-law and majored in piano performance and English. She briefly attended Thomas M. Cooley Law School before pursuing writing and editing full-time.
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Stories By Christine Liwag Dixon
  • What Happens When You Hold Your Pee?

    When you've got to go, you've got to go, but sometimes there's no convenient place to do your business. We've all experienced the agony of a full bladder. What happens when you're stuck in traffic, or the line to the restroom is winding down the hallway and you have no option but to hold your pee?