Runners Gear up for the Taipei Marathon Amid Covid-19
Runners are finding solace training during a pandemic, and are humbled and excited to race on Sunday.
A Symbol of Pandemics Conquered Paraded Through Taipei
In celebration of his birthday, a palanquin of the Qingshan King was taken on a tour to inspect and give blessings to the city.
Tired of the Same Old Tourist Attractions? Take a Trip to Hsinchu and Experience the Authentic Hakka Life
Here are some fun facts about the Hsinchu Hakka culture for you to learn as you travel through the city!
How Taiwan’s Largest Wet Market Was Torn Down and Came Back Stronger Than Ever
Jianguo Market — located in the center of Taichung — was considered one of Taiwan’s largest wet markets. Thanks to local activists, it has thrived despite a relocation.
Open House: Top 10 Architectural Gems in Taipei
What are some of the most popular design spaces and architectural sites according to Taipei residents?
You Think You Know Yilan? See If You Can Answer These Five Questions
As someone who loves visiting Yilan, do you really know the city? Why don’t you start by seeing if you can answer these five questions.
A Pirate House in the Matsu Islands Reimagined as Restaurant and Shop
Xiwei Peninsula opened its doors midsummer this year. It’s a small shop that can satisfy the stomachs of hungry travelers, along with offering imported and local goods for sale.
Traditional Markets: Extraordinary Witnesses of Ordinary Times
Forget about night markets. Traditional markets in Taipei are the best places to scout for cheap and delicious foods.
Tired Of Visiting Taipei Zoo, Taipei 101 And The National Palace Museum? Let Locals Show You The Attractions Actually Worth Seeing In Taipei
If you really want to get to know Taipei, why not put yourself in the shoes of locals and walk into the alleys? See how people live in this city and you will discover the Taipei daily life is the view worth seeing.
Beyond the Michelin Guide: What Is Real Taiwanese Gourmet?
Liz Kao, one of Taiwan's leading food writers, does not think the Michelin Guide has the final word on the country's gourmet scene.