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RECIPE: Taiwanese Popcorn Chicken
This special snack is one of Taiwan's must-have street foods today.
2017/02/19 | Steven Crook
South Taiwan’s Hakka Strongholds (Part 2)
Taiwan’s southern half is a stronghold of Taiwanese Holo culture, and it’s where you will find the ancient former capital, Tainan, as well as Kaohsiung. At the same time, the south has intriguing pockets of Hakka culture and tradition waiting to be explored.
2017/02/16 | Fan Yiying
Sorority Gives China's One-Child Generation a Taste of Sisterhood
An entrepreneur builds a home and haven for young, professional “leftover women” in Shanghai.
2017/02/14 | Mo Tz-pin
Valentine's Day: 'Crush this Love Capitalism'
'Religious overtones have been twisted and turned into a vehicle to make money.'
2017/02/14 | Olivia Yang
INTERVIEW: Bringing the ‘Instagram Printing Vendor’ to Taiwan
'I was the only one who believed in it,' says Mike Sung, the 26-year-old who introduced FotoNota to Taiwan.
OPINION: Towards Safer Traffic in Taiwan — It's Not the Culture that Kills
For traffic safety to radically improve in Taiwan, rather than design the streets to be convenient mostly for cars, the built environment of cities and towns should be re-oriented so that it is convenient for pedestrians, mass public transit, and small size vehicles.
2017/02/13 | David Paulk
This Un-American Life: China’s Struggling Podcast Industry
What’s keeping Western-style podcasts from carving out a mobile entertainment niche in China?
RECIPE: Three Cup Chicken
Remember to fire up the rice cooker. This is not a dainty dish.
2017/02/08 | Steven Crook
South Taiwan’s Hakka Strongholds (Part One)
Taiwan’s southern half is a stronghold of Taiwanese Holo culture, and it’s where you will find the ancient former capital, Tainan, as well as Kaohsiung. At the same time, the south has intriguing pockets of Hakka culture and tradition waiting to be explored.
2017/02/07 | Ivan Labayne
The Changing Power of Rumors
Rumor sharing, or ‘pasa-bilis,' played a crucial role in the eventual overthrow of the Marcos dictatorship in the Philippines. Today it finds one of its most supreme expressions in the form of the internet, only with a different function, Ivan Labayne writes.
2017/02/05 | Sarah Karacs
INTERVIEW: The Resurgence of Ink Art with Hong Kong’s Wilson Shieh
The News Lens talks to acclaimed artist Wilson Shieh, who fuses together traditional techniques to depict his singular vision of Hong Kong
RECIPE: Oyster Noodles
Oyster Noodles is a great dish for anyone seeking something hot and gooey.
Yunnan Village Turns ‘Grapes of God’ into Big Bucks
As China’s demand for wine grows, a small Catholic village with a 150-year tradition is raking in the profits.
2017/02/04 | Luke Corbin
Brewing Anew in Burma
Myanmar has opened its first craft beer brewery. Luke Corbin gives us a taste of what the future may hold for a growing industry.
2017/01/30 | Scott Weaver
Islamic Flavors Blending Well in Taipei
More Muslim tourists means more demand for halal-certified restaurants.
2017/01/30 | Jules Quartly
Two Ends of the Celebrity Chef Spectrum in Taiwan
Famous foreign personalities like Jamie Oliver bring business expertise, but in the long run it is local master chefs like André Chiang who will carry the torch.
Fungus Among Us: The History of Mushrooms in Taiwan
Taiwan has a long history of growing a wide variety of mushrooms, and was once a major exporter.
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