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2019/01/04 | Global Voices
Dutch Photographer Armando Ello Explores Indo Identity
The photographer profiles the oft-forgotten identity of over two million Indos, or people with both Indonesian and European roots.
2018/12/27 | CJ Sheu
REVIEW: 'Shadow' Presents a Wuxia Tale in Staggeringly Beautiful Monochrome
This ink wash painting come to life carries thematic complexity and a veiled political message.
2018/12/26 | David Green
FILM REVIEW: ‘10 Years Taiwan’ Peers Pessimistically Into an Unsettling Future
Taiwan’s foray into the future-gazing '10-year' franchise is poignant, ponderous and overwhelmingly bleak.
2018/12/25 | TIME
Why Are Red and Green the Colors of Christmas?
Turns out Coca-Cola has a lot to do with modern Christmas decor.
2018/12/21 | Atlas Obscura
How Exiled Chinese Muslims Gave Kyrgyzstan Its Culinary Crown Jewel
The Dungan people brought their signature noodles to Kyrgyzstan, much to the delight of Kyrgyz people.
2018/12/20 | Nick Aspinwall
Unpacking the Swift Chinese Netizen Clapback to Lil Pump's Racist Song
When Chinese netizens slide past censors to air their grievances, they're key cogs in a massive and well-oiled outrage machine.
2018/12/14 | Jules Quartly
PHOTO STORY: Bling, Bling, Who’s Calling at Taipei Fashion Week?
Taipei Fashion Week dialed up the excitement with four days of runway shows and the hope is, this is the start of something big.
2018/12/13 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: China Gets Carried 'Huawei' in Tit-for-Tat Canadian Retaliation
In the words of Bob Dylan, the story of tit-for-tat retaliation 'Couldn't help, but make me feel ashamed to live in a land where justice is a game.'
2018/12/12 | Kate Nicholson
REVIEW: ‘The Misused’ Highlights Taiwan’s Special Knack for Upcycling
Two young Taiwanese designers plundered hardware stores to create contemporary homewares inspired by the predilection for grass-roots improvisation abundant in rural Taiwan.
2018/12/07 | Kate Nicholson
Golden Pin 2018: Global Influencers Say Sustainable Design Is Key to Success
At Taiwan's annual Golden Pin Design Award forum, four renowned designers offered a checklist for using design to build sustainable societies.
ART REVIEW: Loaded Guns in 'The Flying Land'
'Vase of an Anti-Aircraft Gun' is Japanese artist Tatzu Nishi’s first large-scale installation in Taiwan. Juxtaposing an ordinary living room with a weapon of war, the work speaks to issues of displacement, curatorial conflict of interest, and power.
2018/11/17 | The Third Pole
REVIEW: The Himalayan Arc, Journeys East of South-east
Analysts, diplomats, journalists and authors give voice to a region that is growing in importance on the world stage.