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2018/11/16 | The Conversation
Borneo Cave Paintings of Wild Cattle Emerge as World's Earliest Figurative Art
Cave paintings discovered in Malaysian Borneo in the 1990s have been revealed to be much older than first thought.
2018/11/09 | Saigoneer
VIETNAM: Pham Anh's Viral Oil Paintings Portray Hanoi's Inimitable Serenity
Journey through Hanoi's meandering, tranquil alleys courtesy of Vietnamese artist Pham Anh.
2018/11/02 | Atlas Obscura
Frozen in Time: Solving the Mystery of China's Most Remarkable Fossils
Unravel the series of cataclysmic events that resulted in a treasure trove of Cretaceous period fossils in northeast China.
2018/10/27 | David Green
INTERVIEW: Filmmaker Valerie Soe on Life Aboard the Taiwan Love Boat
Filmmaker Valerie Soe shares her experience of tracing Taiwan's history through the eyes of thousands of hormone-heightened college kids.
2018/10/27 | Cat Thomas
INTERVIEW: Steven Crook & Katy Hui-wen Hung on ‘A Culinary History of Taipei’
Catch up with the authors of a seminal book introducing the surprisingly diverse culinary history of Taipei and Taiwan to a global audience.
2018/10/25 | Cat Thomas
Out in Taiwan: Standing for Equality with Fashion Photographer Leslie Kee
As Pride approaches, world-famous fashion photographer Leslie Kee is casting Taiwan's LGBT community in its very best light.
2018/10/21 | Taiwan Insight
Taiwan Cinema Through the Lens of Wei Te-sheng
A new book charts the blossoming of Taiwan's cinema from the dawn of the democratic era to the present day.
2018/10/11 | Taiwan Insight
ANALYSIS: Here's Why the ROC Agrees with the PRC in the South China Sea
The ROC maintains its claims in the South China Sea based on a historical connection to a country it has been separated from since 1949.
2018/10/07 | Global Voices
INDONESIA: Indie Film Festival Acts as a Lens Into Indigenous Papua
A new indie film festival gives a deeper look into the hardships and triumphs of Papua's indigenous amid ongoing land disputes and conflict with Jakarta.