With Confucius Institutes Shuttering Across US, Can Taiwanese Teachers Fill the Gap?
Taiwanese teachers of Mandarin are in high demand in the U.S., but opinions vary over whether they can fill the gap left by Chinese teachers.
For Better Relations with India, Taiwan Must Support Indian Students
Supporting Indian students in Taiwan is key to the broader success of India-Taiwan relations and the New Southbound Policy. There is more the Taiwanese government can do.
Taipei American School Students Plan Economics Hackathon
EconHacks is a 24-hour online financial literacy hackathon organized by students at the Taipei American School. It will be held across the world beginning at 12 p.m. Taipei time on February 13.
Taiwan Can Reclaim Its Place as a Center of Mandarin Education
The decline in American students in China is a unique opportunity for Taiwan to reclaim its place as a center for Chinese language studies and organically deepen relations with its most important ally.
Taipei American School Students Develop Effective At-Home Viral Test Kits
Students from the Taipei American School iGEM (International Genetically Engineered Machines) team have recently created a diagnostic test that can be adapted to any viral infection.
International Students Can Stem Decline Facing Asian Universities
East Asian universities face a long-term demographic crisis, risking gains in competitiveness made over recent years. Attracting students from abroad may be the solution.
The Pay in Taiwan Is Too Damn Low
Taiwan’s minimum wage is not just lower than the international standard. Its rate of growth has lagged.