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2019/06/18 | Jay Lin

Taking Taiwan's Progress to the Global Stage

Organizations in other Asian countries are looking to Taiwan to show the way forward for LGBT rights.

2018/09/27 | Michael Beltran

EXPERIENCE: The Sights and Sounds of Plastikan, Manila's 'Dumpsite Slum'

Through a visit to Manila’s ‘Plastikan,’ the author shares his introduction to urban poor movements in the Philippines.

2018/10/31 | Jay Lin

OPINION: Why We Need 'Out in Taiwan'

The exhibition 'Out in Taiwan' could not come at a more important time for LGBTQ rights in Asia.

2019/10/23 | TNL Staff

Stroll Around Yilan for a Weekend Getaway From Taipei

Yilan is only a two-hour drive from Taipei but provides a completely different experience from the bustling capital city.

2018/10/20 | TJ Ting

In Taiwan, Tattoos Act as Statements Smashing Age-Old Cultural Stereotypes

We spoke with three proudly tattooed women in Taiwan. One would gladly show off her tattoos in public – while hiding them from her parents for seven years.

2019/12/04 | New Bloom

The Living Mall, Taipei's Architectural Wonder, Shuts Down After 18 Years

The Living Mall finally turns its lights off after 18 years and multiple failed auctions.

2018/11/19 | New Bloom

Pre-Referenda LGBT Rights Rally Draws 100,000 in Taipei

Taiwan's LGBTQ rights movement is mobilizing ahead of referenda on marriage equality and gender equity education this Saturday.

2020/03/12 | Jeremy Van der Haegen

Taipei’s Pay Phones: A Relic of the Past?

Taipei's pay phones are slowly disappearing from the street view.

2020/02/18 | Jeremy Van der Haegen

Danish Entrepreneurs Reshape Coffee Roasting and Rigid Work Culture

Ailio, a Taiwanese startup founded by a pair of Danish twin brothers, developed a sustainable coffee roasting technology with an appreciation of the Danish lifestyle.

2016/09/19 | Timothy Ferry

Glory and Pain: Taiwan’s Extreme Endurance Events

What is behind the popularity of extreme endurance sports in Taiwan?

2018/10/12 | James Baron

OPINION: China's New 'Softy Power' Could Spell Trouble for Taiwan

Chinese emissaries are emerging as world leaders in the field of simulated falling down and whinging.

2019/12/10 | Syrena Lin

Travel Back in Time With ‘Dadaocheng Museum’ This Weekend

The annual event “Dadaocheng Museum” will allow Taipei visitors to explores historical buildings that are usually closed off to the public.

2019/07/11 | Op-Ed

Why Become a YouTuber? Our Children Think It's Easy Money

If your children aspire to become a YouTuber, do they have what it takes to be successful?

2020/03/06 | Jeremy Van der Haegen

Anxious Chinese Consumers Expect Coronavirus Crisis to Last Until Summer

Chinese consumers are expecting the coronavirus to last until July despite local economists predicting a quick recovery in the second quarter.

2019/08/06 | FORTUNE

Vietnamese Egg Coffee Is Trending, Would You Try It?

Traditional cà phê trúng (Vietnamese egg coffee) is now trending in North America, but what is it made of?