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Local Groups Are Surveying Cemeteries in New Taipei, Marking a Possible Change in Public Opinions Towards Graveyard Heritage
Activists are making a case to the city government why these cemeteries are valuable heritage resources through their survey.
Fifth Iteration of No Meat Provides Plant Based Revelers a Compassionate Holiday
Taiwan’s leading zero/low waste allium-free plant based festival returns for a glorious celebration this coming Sunday centering nativity cheer with an afternoon in Taichung’s Culture Forest Park. Highlights include a performance from SoSo Heroes, the band of Golden Horse Leading Actress Nominee and Golden Bell Best Hostess winner Pio Lee.
Daguan Residents Remain Threatened Despite Temporary Halt to Demolition
A temporary halt to the demolition of Daguan Community, a military dependents village in New Taipei, has not answered the question of what comes next for its residents.
INTERVIEW: Daguan Residents Prepare for Forced Demolition of Their Homes
A Daguan Community resident speaks ahead of the March 18 forced demolition of the village by the New Taipei city government.
Daguan Residents Clash With Taipei Police After Receiving Eviction Notices
Residents of Daguan Community in New Taipei say the Tsai administration has not helped them in their fight against forced eviction.
UPDATE: Protests Delay Xindian Cemetery Demolition
Protests helped push a decision on the demolition of greater Taipei's last flatland cemetery to a public meeting.