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2016/11/30 | ZiQing Low

App to Detect Dementia Developed in Taiwan

Someone in the world is diagnosed with dementia every three seconds.

2016/11/23 | Tu Siqi

The Emotional Cost of Sending Chinese Teens Abroad to Study

As growing numbers of children are sent to U.S. private schools to ensure access to global elite, many struggle to overcome the trauma of separation.

2022/05/13 | 廣編企劃

[Audiovisual] Organizing hundreds of thousands of aerial images and footage is like an marathon: the Digital Archive program by Chi Po-lin Foundation

“Speak out for the environment through images” is what Director Chi had been committed to throughout his life, as well as what Chi Po-lin Foundation is going to continue. We will build a photography database to preserve the images showing landscape changes of the whole Taiwan, so the image legacy left by Chi Po-lin could be passed on from generations to generations. “Digital Archive” program calls for your support and advocacy.

2016/11/22 | Hélène Belaunde

What Must Change Isn't Necessarily The Taiwan Education System, But The Values

A group of senior high school students from Yilan in northern Taiwan held a series of presentations on Nov. 12 and 13, during which they shared the knowledge and insight gained through an experiential education trip to Europe.

2016/11/14 | Edward White

Let's Talk About Sex, Taiwan

Government health experts in Taiwan want to normalize conversations about sex and relationships in hope of stopping the spread of HIV/AIDS.

2016/11/08 | Nicholas Z. Scott

Using Trump to Teach Chinese Students How to Win an Argument

As Americans head to the polls, a university class is being taught to see through the logical fallacies of the presidential nominees’ campaign claims.

2016/11/04 | Berlin Fang

How WeChat Is Reshaping Online Education

Instead of luring students onto specialized platforms, Chinese teachers have been using the existing app as an educational tool.

2016/11/03 | Matthew Walsh

How the Education Consultancy Industry Fuels Essay Fraud in China

Helping students through the foreign university admissions process is a lucrative, large and unregulated business in China — is it any wonder application fraud is so common?

2016/11/02 | The Japan Times

Laws Alone Won’t Stop Bullying in Japan

Teachers and school officials need to recognize their duty to detect signs of bullying at an early stage and take prompt action to stop it.