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2018/03/26 | TJ Ting

OPINION: The CCP's Greatest Fear Is That Taiwan Does Not Fear Them

The main purpose of Chinese censorship isn’t to keep the truth from being exposed, but to maintain an unquestioning attitude to authority.

2018/03/24 | If Lin

INFOGRAPHIC: Taiwan's Population Hits a Turning Point

Taiwan's birth rate dipped below its death rate for the second month in two years.

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.

2018/03/22 | Alexander Görlach

OPINION: Lessons Taiwan Can Learn from German Transitional Justice

Students in Taiwan should focus on the period after German reunification to draw lessons on how to deal with transitional justice.

2018/03/20 | The Conversation

OPINION: The Crimes of My Lai Must Be Remembered

'If Americans remember that name at all, they most likely remember that something dark and awful happened there.'

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.

2018/03/19 | The Third Pole

What Can Fix the Disjointed Management of the Mekong River?

Decades of distrust between governments means that the world's 12th longest river has only the loosest management.

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.

2018/03/15 | Jennifer Hsieh

Taiwan's Anti-Noise Pollution Movement Struggles to Be Heard

Efforts to counter noise pollution suffer from subjectivity problems and have not attracted the same level of public support as efforts to counter PM2.5.

2018/03/14 | Olivia Contini

Tasting Yunnan: Bai Minority and other Delights in Dali and Lijiang

The diversity of Yunnan's cuisine is matched only by the kindness of its people.

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...

2018/03/14 | Bingqin Li and Jing Wang

Clock Ticks on China's 2020 Rural Poverty Reduction Aims

Who should pay for China’s rural infrastructure – the state, collectives, business, or the villagers themselves? 

2018/03/13 | Brian Hioe

OPINION: Taiwan's Anti-nuclear Movement Needs Reinvigorating

Turnout for this year's anti-nuclear march was disappointing, even as the government shows signs it is willing to rely on nuclear power.

2018/03/12 | Nick Aspinwall

Dancing to Break the Chain: Taiwan’s Foreign Caregivers Protest Sexual Abuse, Labor Standards

Migrant domestic workers gathered in Taipei Main Station on Sunday afternoon to fight for recognition under the Labor Standards Act, the abolition of the brokerage system, and an end to sexual harassment

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.'

2018/03/08 | Brian Hioe

OPINION: Independence Referendum Push Challenges DPP Complacency

The backing of political heavyweights and unprecedented third-force unity threaten to undermine the DPP.

2018/03/07 | Morley J Weston

Hualien Tourism Revival Effort Debuts to Confusion

Foreigners shouldn't expect government-sponsored discounts when heading to Hualien, but your mileage may vary.

2018/03/06 | James X. Morris

UPDATE: New Artifacts Found in Condemned Xindian Cemetery

Xindian First Public Cemetery is the last flat-land cemetery left in the Taipei basin, but is in the process of being demolished.

2018/03/05 | Jennifer Creery

No Country for Men: Meet the Feminist Farmers Championing Gender and Biodiversity

The ecofeminist community 'Land Dyke' gives hope to female farmers striving in a profession dominated by men.