Taichung Education Bureau & NGO Slam the High School’s Report on Student’s Suicide “Unacceptable”

TNL Staff

The Humanistic Education Foundation argued that Feng Yuan Senior High School’s report misunderstood the concept of bullying and has led to an unjust judgment of a student’s suicide case.


Water Supply Suspension in Central Taiwan To Continue Despite Recent Rainfall

TNL Staff

The long-waited rain has temporarily eased pressure on the water supply, but the suspension in central Taiwan is likely to continue.


How Taiwan’s Largest Wet Market Was Torn Down and Came Back Stronger Than Ever

Clarissa Wei

Jianguo Market — located in the center of Taichung — was considered one of Taiwan’s largest wet markets. Thanks to local activists, it has thrived despite a relocation.


Taiwan Is Reducing Single-Use Plastics Everywhere, Except Traditional Markets

Madeleine Work

A new program at one Taichung market encourages patrons to bring their own reusable bags.


OPINION: Halting Taichung's 'Shanshou Line' Plans Would Be a Fatal Mistake


Mayor Lu Shiow-yen is battling the central government over funding for a new circular railway line.


The Politics of Pollution in Central Taiwan

As a rally looms, the Tsai administration is finally being forced to get serious about Taichung's pollution crisis.


Pollution and Industrial Smog Cloud Taiwan's Bicycle Paradise

Andrew Kerslake

Taiwan's ambitions to be a cycling paradise are blighted by industrial eyesores and local governments that turn a blind eye to polluters flaunting regulatory loopholes.

In the Shade: Exploring Taipei's 'Little Indonesia'

In the Shade: Exploring Taipei's 'Little Indonesia'

James Baron

Check out the mouth-watering offerings and curious bicultural idiosyncrasies in Taipei's little slice of Jakarta.

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