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2018/12/12 | Kate Nicholson
REVIEW: ‘The Misused’ Highlights Taiwan’s Special Knack for Upcycling
Two young Taiwanese designers plundered hardware stores to create contemporary homewares inspired by the predilection for grass-roots improvisation abundant in rural Taiwan.
2016/02/06 | Olivia Yang
Earthquake Strikes Southern Taiwan Leaving Dozens Trapped
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck southern Taiwan early morning February 6, demolishing buildings in Tainan City and trapping dozens in the rubble.
2017/12/29 | William Yang
PHOTO STORY: Tainan's Architecture is Something Special
Tainan's focus on preserving its traditional Taiwanese architecture is a beacon of hope in an ocean of soulless modernity.
2015/11/27 | Yang
Five Cities in Taiwan Fight for Taiwan's Identity in International Organization
The mayor of Kaohsiung, along with Taichung, Tainan and Taipei, signed the letter of protest to the secretary general of ICLEI. As mentioned in the letter, Kaohsiung and the other four cities work hard to reduce carbon dioxide emissions and have made good achievements. There is no reason for the cities to accept the mistake made by ICLEI, which may disrupt the friendship between both sides.
2016/02/08 | Olivia Yang
Taiwan Earthquake Collapses Residential Buildings and Damages Historic Relics
The magnitude 6.4 earthquake that hit southern Taiwan on February 6 has seen 37 casualties so far, but residential buildings weren't the only architectures damaged.
2016/02/15 | TNL 編輯
Southern Taiwan Earthquake Update: 116 Dead And Government Establishing Further Disaster Prevention Methods
The magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck southern Taiwan has lead to a total of 116 deaths. The Taiwanese government is planning a “Old Building Health Check” program and announcing the potential areas for soil liquefaction within a month for future disaster prevention.
2016/08/02 | Steven Crook
Chimei Museum’s Violins and Tools of Violence
Industrialist Shi Wen-long shares his eclectic and fascinating collection of art and artifacts through his private museum.
2016/09/08 | ZiQing Low
Taiwan's Municipalities Under Pressure to Resolve Land Disputes
Residents in Kaohsiung and Tainan are accusing their municipal governments of not respecting them as land disputes heat up.
2017/07/10 | Olivia Yang
PHOTO STORY: Taiwan's Oldest Salt Field
Salt fields ran along the shoreline of southern Taiwan for more than 300 years, before they were abandoned in 2002.