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2016/10/07 | Yuan-ling Liang
Taiwan Tech Startup Tackles Classroom Bullying, Student Isolation
'Both of us used to be bullied and later became bullies...We want to change this situation.'
2016/10/07 | The Japan Times
OPINION: Japan's Nobel Prize a Warning for Government
Japan is putting too much emphasis on short-term scientific research that is expected to produce quick results and commercial benefits.
2016/10/05 | Matthew Fulco
Taiwan Tunes Out of TV
Low investment and lax regulations threaten the long-term survival of the domestic television industry.
2016/10/03 | Mo Tz-pin
Taiwan Talk Shows Blamed for Dearth of Political Talent
Are mainstream political television chat shows deterring talented Taiwanese from getting involved with politics? UDN believes that is the case.
2016/10/03 | Matthew Fulco
Will 5G Spark an 'Internet of Things' Revolution in Taiwan?
After arriving late to the 4G game, Taiwan is determined to capitalize early on the next generation of mobile communication technology.
Chinese Apps Find Familiar Market in India
Developers make the most of an economy that mirrors China of several years ago.
2016/09/29 | Mo Tz-pin
Apple Locks In Beijing R&D Center: Reports
Despite a ban on some of its products, Apple continues to build its presence in China.
2016/09/29 | Jessie Yang
How New Media Contribute to Citizen Journalism in China
It’s a constant tug of war, but social media provide a tool for society to bypass state censors and shed light on important social issues.
2016/09/26 | Morris Jones
China's Big Dish is a Big Deal for Planet Earth
'China now stands a good chance of making humanity's first contact with extraterrestrials.'
2016/09/19 | Mo Tz-pin
Ten Questions: Embrace Audio Lab
A thumb-sized audio booster might be all you need to enjoy the audio quality of a home theater system.
2016/09/13 | ZiQing Low
Audrey Tang: VR Could Create Open Discussion In Government
The world’s first virtual reality interview provides a glimpse of what may come after Audrey Tang joins the Tsai Ing-wen administration in October.
2016/09/13 | J. Michael Cole
Taiwan to Host International Hackathon
The Taiwanese government is helping the annual HITCON position itself as the world’s top hacker competition.
2016/08/26 | ZiQing Low
High Hopes for Taiwan’s ‘Genius’ Hacker Minister
The appointment of a young 'Internet genius' and hacker to Tsai Ing-wen's cabinet has created high expectations in Taiwan.
2016/08/25 | Mo Tz-pin
Ten Questions: Yourator
A new Taiwanese company wants to help the local start-up scene and encourages young people to take the road less traveled.
2016/08/24 | Edward White
‘That’s a Couple of Weeks in Jail’ – Singaporean Blogger Tweets During Trial
Controversial blogger Amos Yee has pleaded guilty to two lighter charges, but still faces up to three years behind bars after turning down a plea bargain to charges of offending religious beliefs of Singaporeans.
2016/08/24 | Hsu Chia-yu
Taiwan-Designed Wearable Medical Device Poised to Help Diabetics Worldwide
An innovative wearable medical device designed by two Taiwanese students has the potential to help millions of diabetics around the world.
2016/08/23 | Timothy Ferry
Taiwan Tech Finds Role in Education
Innovative approaches to learning are creating new business opportunities.