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2017/09/29 | TNL Staff

ILLUSTRATION: Six Mooncake Flavors to Try at Mid-Autumn

With Mid-Autumn Festival fast approaching, why not try a new flavor of mooncake?

2020/11/13 | 廣編企劃

Taiwan Sets First Creative Content Fest Dedicated to All Modes of Creativity

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic might have paralyzed global travel but that has not stopped Taiwan from flexing its muscles and putting its film and entertainment content on the world stage.

2017/09/28 | Ma Te

Fast-Fading Memories of Harbin’s Migrant History

A stream of Russian refugees once made the far-flung northeastern city their home, but now only a handful of descendants remain to tell their stories.

2017/09/28 | Rosemary Chen

Meet the Startup Plugging Gaps in Disability Workshop Funding

Craft workshops are often the only chance for graduates of Taiwan's special needs schools to make a valuable contribution to society. But with funding in short supply, the system is leaning on startups like handmade soap specialist TriSoap to bring down costs and keep the workshops in business.

2020/11/13 | 廣編企劃

TAICCA Initiatives Help Taiwanese Content Ride Cultural Wave to Global Distribution

In July, TAICCA initiated the First Mile program, linking publishers, scriptwriters, and investors for the Print-to-Screen Adaptation Content Development Plan to boost TV and film production in Taiwan. The program extends to the 2020 Taiwan Creative Content Fest.

2017/09/28 | Devika Sakhadeo and Vishal Manve

Why Is India Threatening to Deport 40,000 Rohingya Muslims?

The threat of deportation is adding more grief to the lives of Rohingya refugees.

2017/09/27 | Wang Xin

China’s Modern Families: Double Income and Invisible Kid

Child-averse young couples are increasingly succumbing to the social pressure to start families, only to foist the kids onto older relatives.

2018/10/05 | SME.Sandbox

The Ministry of Economic Affairs and Board of Science and Technology Promote Innovation Sandbox Together to Demonstrate Government Support for Innovation and Entrepreneurship; MOEA Hosts “2018 Innovat

Directed by the Office of Science & Technology, Executive Yuan and hosted by the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the 2018 Innovation Sandbox Exchange Forum was hosted at NEO Studio, Taipei on October 3rd. Audrey Tang, Minister without Portfolio of the Executive Yuan, Zse-hong Tsai, Executive Secretary of the Office of Science & Technology, and Wellington L. Koo, Chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission were all invited to attend. The Forum hopes to make innovation sandbox an important mechanism amid a comprehensive innovation entrepreneurship environment, as well as a driving force for innovation development in Taiwan.

2017/09/27 | James Gomez

A False Dawn for Media Freedom in Myanmar?

Myanmar faces a range of human rights which needs a free press and activists who can operate peacefully without fear of repercussions.

2017/09/26 | Nicholas Thomas

The Rise of China Through the Eyes of China

To what extent do such nationalist issues reflect the sentiments of the Chinese people? This is an important question as it goes to the heart of the debate over the nature of China’s rise.

2016/05/06 | 廣編企劃

Tired of all the Secret Spots in Taiwan? Come Broaden Your Horizons!

Since the trial operation of the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum began, the daily free admission of 1,000 visitors has increased to 1,750 visitors. The number was even bumped up to 5,000 visitors during spring break...

2017/09/25 | Brian Hioe

Attacks on Pro-independence Demonstrators Protesting China Singing Competition

The protest saw violence against students from members of the Chinese Unification Promotion Party and the Concentric Patriotic Association, pro-unification groups with a history of political violence against pro-independence demonstrators, members of the Falun Gong and others.

2017/09/25 | Richard Javad Heydarian

The West’s Reluctant Embrace of Duterte

Western capitals have found themselves in a tough bind, shedding deepening concerns over human rights issues in exchange for counter-terror cooperation with neo-authoritarian leaders.

2017/09/24 | Liu Yan

Chinese People Are Losing Faith in Marriage

For traditionalists, spiking divorce rates and the rising number of ‘hoax marriages’ are undermining the spirit of matrimony.

2017/09/22 | Qian Guanyu

Mountaineering, A Fad for China’s Rich

Wealth-flaunting high-net-worth individuals are frantically scaling the country’s dizzyingly high slopes in the name of networking.

2017/09/22 | Chublic Opinion

Why 'Wolf Warrior II' Beat Up 'Founding of an Army' at the Box Office

'Wolf Warrior II' smashed Communist Party propaganda fest 'Founding of an Army' at China's box office this summer, but while showing how far Chinese cinema has come in terms of production values, its overt and ugly patriotism left some with a bitter taste in the mouth.

2017/09/21 | Yin Yijun

Creating Visual Effects for China’s Billion-dollar TV Industry

A visual effects supervisor discusses the future of the profession that brings fantasy to life.

2017/09/20 | David Bandurski

New China Cyber Laws Will Finally Silence Exchange of Ideas Online

China has long flirted with real-name registration online, but new laws following the implementation of the Cybersecurity Law will finally end an era of anonymous comment, and with it the notion of China's internet as a market for ideas.

2017/09/16 | Chen Xi

Helping Chinese Students Cheat Their Way to Academic Success

As a ghostwriter, I realize that my job is unethical, but I need the money just to see myself through college.