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2018/03/09 | Darice D. Chang
Marchers Brave Icy Taipei Rain to Celebrate Women and Diversity
A solid crowd featuring prominent civil activists, politicians, and community leaders turned out for the second Women’s March Taiwan despite nasty weekday weather. 
2018/03/08 | Vanessa Wang
OPINION: Why I'm Marching for Women in Taiwan
'A woman is not defined by society, a woman is as equal as any other gender, and that’s what it’s all about.'
2018/03/05 | Rosemary Chen
FEATURE: Is Taiwan Ready for an Automated Future? (Part 1)
As Taiwan's economy races to embrace AI and automation, some question whether the government is doing enough to prepare the workforce for the future.
2018/03/03 | Olivia Contini
Tasting Tradition on the Streets of Guangzhou
Diving into the back streets of Guangzhou yields some delightfully delicious surprises.
2018/02/16 | Leora Joy
The Long Poem of Walking Taipei
Share glimpses of Taiwan's capital as captured by an itinerant flâneuse.
2018/02/12 | Jules Quartly
Behind the Scenes at the Taipei Game Show
From big industry players to indie developers and twitchy live streamers, TGS had everything a dedicated follower of gaming could desire.
2018/02/11 | Fu Danni
More Chinese Migrants Are Saying No to New Year
The Chinese tradition giving away money in red envelopes is keeping some migrant workers from their homes..
2018/02/07 | David Green
TAIWAN: Major Quake Collapses Buildings in Hualien
A major earthquake has resulted in two fatalities and at least 100 injuries in the city of Hualien on Taiwan's east coast.
2018/02/05 | Justin Hugo
The Bitter Truth: Why Asia's Tigers Suffer while the Nordics Thrive (Part 1)
In the first of a 5 part series, Justin Hugo looks at how statistics suggesting the Asian Tiger economies have caught up with their Scandinavian counterparts mask a more sobering wage-based reality.
2018/02/04 | TNL Staff
Week in Focus: Loyalty and Technology
The UK government loses loyalty points in Hong Kong as technology extends its reach into daily life.
2018/02/03 | Nick Aspinwall
Contraband for Sale: How Poachers Supply Sanyi's Thriving Wood Art Market
In this Miaoli County woodcarving mecca, there’s a consistent demand for sculptures made from the wood of endangered trees. Government crackdowns on poachers have only fueled the market.
2018/02/02 | Jeffrey Hutton
On the Front Line with Indonesia's Transgender Community
Amid an increasingly conservative national mood, Indonesia's transgender community is once again on the front line in the battle against intolerance.
2018/01/30 | TNL Staff
BOOK EXCERPT: How Taiwan Changed a Xinjiang Mother
My mom’s trip to Taiwan was a major turning point in her life, opening up a new travel-obsessed chapter. In her old pictures she’d be looking askance, lips shut, not a trace of a smile. Now she looks right at the camera, mouth wide in a smile. She even throws up a peace sign every now and then.
2018/01/28 | Pan Suiming
Not Enough is Known about China's Modern Drug Use
The number of drug users in China increased substantially from 2010 to 2015; there is no evidence that this figure will stop growing.