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2017/02/28 | TNL Staff

Pizza Hut and Politics Detract from Somber Day in Taiwan

For many in Taiwan, February 28 is a day to reflect on the country’s brutal history, but the somber occasion has been marred by distractions this year.

2017/02/27 | Adam Cathcart

Targeting Northeastern Tigers: The Anti-Corruption Campaign in China's Rust Belt

Xi’s anti-corruption campaign needs to be about more than managing elite politics and be balanced against China’s international relations and local tensions.

2017/02/22 | Olivia Yang

INTERVIEW: Fighting a Country with Words, 4 Years a Chinese Prisoner

'The history of mankind has gone on for thousands of years, and that of the Communist Party only a few decades. Perhaps one day when they collapse, your books will still exist.'

2017/02/21 | Rosemary Chen

Thousands Show Up for Air Pollution Protest in Taiwan

In 2015, more than 6,000 people in Taiwan died from diseases directly related to poor air quality, making up 19 percent of the death toll that year.

2017/02/21 | Oiwan Lam

China Argues Over Which Country is Behind Kim Jong-nam Assassination

Chinese state media points fingers at South Korea, but Chinese netizens are not buying it.

2017/02/20 | ZiQing Low

Taiwan Same-Sex Marriage Supporters and Opponents Agree to Talks

LGBT rights activists worry that amendments to the Civil Code will be further delayed despite the discussions.

2017/02/20 | TNL Staff

New Suspects in North Korea Assassination; Chinese Uproar on Dalai Lama's US Visit; Japan-US Ties Under Trump

Asia Morning Update: A quick roundup of the most important news from around the region.

2017/02/18 | Rosemary Chen

Uber Reaches New Agreement with Taiwan Government

Uber’s ride-sharing service has been considered illegal in Taiwan and suspended operations on Feb. 10. But the company may have found a way back in after a recent meeting with the government.

2017/02/18 | Sarah Talaat , Ye Yuan and Liang Lianfen

Migrant Food-Delivery Workers Struggle to Belong in Beijing

Changes to Beijing’s household registration system aim for greater inclusiveness, but some service-industry workers remain vulnerable.

2017/02/17 | Mo Tz-pin

North Korean Assassination Sends Waves Around the World

What does the death of Kim Jong-un’s big brother mean to North Korea, China and the US?

2017/02/14 | Mo Tz-pin

Valentine's Day: 'Crush this Love Capitalism'

'Religious overtones have been twisted and turned into a vehicle to make money.'

2017/02/14 | Olivia Yang

INTERVIEW: Bringing the ‘Instagram Printing Vendor’ to Taiwan

'I was the only one who believed in it,' says Mike Sung, the 26-year-old who introduced FotoNota to Taiwan.