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2017/04/25 | TNL 編輯
Six Unique Libraries Worth Visiting in Taipei
Good Eye Taipei’s recommendations for Taipei’s best places to soak in the charm of libraries.
2017/04/25 | Erin Cook
Jakarta Election Result Spells Trouble for Jokowi and Indonesia
Whether Anies and Sandiaga will govern along these divisive lines remains to be seen, but it clearly sets a poor standard for repairing the racial and religious fractures still bubbling just beneath the surface of the city.
2017/04/25 | Euan Graham
Three Questions About North Korea's Nuclear Weapons
A brief analysis of U.S.-North Korea relations and recent events on nuclear weapon threats.
2017/04/24 | Shreya Dasgupta
Skin Slime of Indian Frog Can Kill Flu Virus
Molecules in the slimy skin secretions of the wide-spread Fungoid Frog can destroy some strains of the influenza viruses, according to a new study.
2017/04/24 | Sarah Lee Stones
Instagram Snaps of Japanese Foods You May Not Have Heard Of
While most people are familiar with sushi and Japanese sweet potato, there are a lot of more adventurous Japanese foods out there. If you're looking to try something new and exciting, Japan has plenty to offer.
2017/04/24 | ZiQing Low
Taiwan Fights to Attend International Forums in 2017, Despite Beijing’s Interference
Here we go again: Taiwan’s participation in international organizations continues to be undermined and blocked by Beijing.
2017/04/24 | Phil Robertson
OPINION: China, Don’t Force Refugees Back to North Korea
There is no way to sugar coat this: if this group is forced back to North Korea, their lives and safety will be at risk, writes Phil Robertson.
2017/04/24 | Matthew Geason
OPINION: Hold Beijing to Account on Hong Kong’s Regression
As Hong Kong is truly a global city and an international economic hub, the United States and the rest of the democratic world have an interest in seeing the preservation of Hong Kong’s democracy and ensuring that Beijing is held accountable, argues Matthew Geason.
2017/04/24 | David Shinn
China’s Power Projection in the Western Indian Ocean
Since 2008, China has significantly increased its naval presence in the Indian Ocean, giving rise to Indian concerns of potential military encirclement and raising questions in American strategic thinking about China’s ultimate objectives.
2017/04/23 | Fang Kecheng
How Western Fake News Took Over China’s Social Media
So-called marketing accounts are swamping the screens with clickbait and right-wing conspiracy theories.
2017/04/23 | Steven Crook
Foot Massage Pushes All the Right Buttons
Taiwan continues to embrace this 2,000-year-old tradition and it is now popular among locals and travelers.
2017/04/22 | Zi Yang
Political Indoctrination in Chinese Colleges
Among Chinese college students, support for the Party and government remain strong, at least on paper.
China’s Unloading of FX Reserves, Spillbacks, and Quantitative Tightening
Once a widely held and an extremely desirable asset in the global economy, American debt is no longer the most desirable thing in the world.
2017/04/21 | James Baron
From Caracas to Taipei: The Strange World of Ignacio Huang
The life of the Taiwan-born Argentine actor spans across continents and cultures.
2017/04/20 | FORTUNE
Donald Trump Can’t Count on China to Keep North Korea in Check
If Trump believes that China genuinely has either the means or inclination to 'solve' the North Korean problem in American terms, he is likely to be sorely disappointed.
2017/04/20 | Li Guangshou
Are Major Auditors Helping Chinese Firms Get Away with Fraud?
Market dominance by the Big Four accounting firms may be helping unscrupulous companies get listed on US stock exchanges.