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2018/03/12 | I-fan Lin
Rebels and Rebellion in the Chinese Classics
Chinese literature isn't all dull stories about old men losing horses – there's plenty of drunken rebellion as well.
2018/03/01 | Morley J Weston
EyeCTV's Parody Pokes Fun at the ROC and PRC Alike
The parody YouTube channel offers an important platform to highlight the humorous side of cross-Strait relations.
2018/02/28 | Matthew Fulco
The Road to Revitalizing Taiwan's Creative Industries
Taiwan’s once-prolific film and television industries have ebbed in recent years, but new business models could help Taiwan compete with Japan and South Korea.
2018/02/27 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: All Hail Emperor Xi
All bets are off now China President Xi Jinping has no limit to his time in power.
2018/02/26 | TIME
INDONESIA: Widodo Makes Show of Paying for Metallica Album
The gift was presented by Danish Prime Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen on a state visit last year.
2018/02/23 | Hugo Zeng
OPINION: So Long, Lung Slice: China Changes Its Translation Tactics
China wants some 3,500 words translated differently, but do these changes really matter in everyday life?
2018/02/19 | Dylan Pendray
Taiwanese Graffiti Art: a Form of Cultural Resistance
In Taiwan, graffiti art isn't about class or race — it's a way to rebel against mundane societal expectations.
Literature Award for Migrants Showcases Stories from a Growing Community
Since 2014, the award has been encouraging these foreign-born groups to express themselves in their mother tongues, an effort that has also allowed the Taiwanese people to learn more about these cultures and stories.