How Might Brazil’s Elections Affect Taiwan?

Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

A Lula victory could signal a return in prominence, and perhaps an expansion, of the BRICS group.


2020 Is Wild. 'Bacurau' Is Wilder.

CJ Sheu

'Bacurau' starts with a truckload of coffins spilled across the road and ends with a burial. It's a wild tale well told.


OPINION: Taiwan Should Reject Brazil’s #VivaTaiwan Campaign

Raphael Tsavkko Garcia

President Tsai Ing-wen’s public thanks to Brazil for the #VivaTaiwan campaign was an affirmation for Bolsonaro supporters. Taiwan should have nothing to do with them.


OPINION: Brazil's Sovereignty Depends on a Healthy Amazon


A healthy and productive Amazon actually underpins Brazil’s sovereignty by strengthening food, water, and energy security, while supporting good relations with its neighbors.


Did Brazil Just Elect an Anti-China President in Jair Bolsonaro?

Diálogo Chino

The far-right Bolsonaro, who visited Taiwan in February 2018, has criticized Chinese investment in Brazil.


Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Join Fight Against Zika

TNL 編輯

With more and more people being infected with the Zika virus, many countries are seeking solutions to tackle mosquito-borne diseases, including Taiwan, the UK and Brazil.

APTOPIX Brazil Zika Birth Defects

First Zika Case In Taiwan And The Virus Casting Shadow On The 2016 Olympics

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Zika has seen its first case in Taiwan on January 19 and the virus’ outbreak in Brazil has drawn world attention as it’s found to be related to microcephaly: babies born with abnormally small heads. With mosquitos being its vector, there are concerns that the outbreak would not be stopped before the 2016 Olympics this August.

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