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2018/02/19 | Dylan Pendray
Taiwanese Graffiti Art: a Form of Cultural Resistance
In Taiwan, graffiti art isn't about class or race — it's a way to rebel against mundane societal expectations.
2018/02/19 | Timothy Ferry
What Will It Take to Improve Taiwan's Air?
Taiwan's air pollution has already launched protests, but tackling its sources will involve some very tough choices.
2018/02/14 | Ryan Terribilini
OPINION: High-Tech Taiwan Must Truly Digitize Its Government
Taiwan could do more to roll out the carpet for internet businesses, a move that would improve the country's economic and political situation.
2018/02/12 | Morley J Weston
How to Catch Taiwan at the Winter Olympic Games
The country-that-cannot-be-named has never won a medal at a Winter Olympics.
2018/02/06 | Jonathan Sullivan
Balancing Perspectives in the Teaching of Chinese Students
Teaching overseas Chinese students presents a unique but by no means insurmountable challenge.
2018/02/05 | Justin Hugo
The Bitter Truth: Why Asia's Tigers Suffer while the Nordics Thrive (Part 1)
In the first of a 5 part series, Justin Hugo looks at how statistics suggesting the Asian Tiger economies have caught up with their Scandinavian counterparts mask a more sobering wage-based reality.
2018/01/29 | TNL Staff
Social Workers to Feel the Brunt of Labor Act Amendments
One survey indicates that most social workers in Taiwan already make less than US$1,000 per month.
2018/01/19 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: Taiwan's Glorious Balancing Act
Taiwan is spinning pirouettes while the rest of the region plods towards authoritarianism, according to a Freedom House report.
2017/12/29 | Timothy Ferry
Internet of Things Infrastructure Advances in Taiwan
Sigfox's rollout of low power wide area network infrastructure heralds a new phase in the development of Taiwan's IOT ecosystem.
2017/12/29 | Chris Horton
US Tax Cuts Entice Taiwan Firms
Taiwan's top firms are looks anew at investing in the US, but while the door is open to the country's biggest companies, the SMEs that make up 90 percent of its companies still struggle to get a look in.
2017/12/28 | Yulin
'Facebook Live' Hosts Illegal Pet Market in Taiwan
One potential customer asked if they could raise an ostrich in their backyard.
2017/12/22 | Yulin
Taiwan's Biggest Problem is Pay, Not Hours
Taiwan is pretty average in East Asia when it comes to paid holidays and work hours, but stagnant wages remain a major drag.
2017/12/18 | Bin-Min Sung
Taiwan's National Parks Face a Bumpy Road
Taiwan's National Park Act imitated the US system of conservation, but without the capacity to make it work.
2017/12/13 | Agathe Lemaitre
Cash Grants are Failing Taiwan's Indigenous People
The more 'useful' Taiwan's indigenous people become to the government, the more their culture has become endangered.
2017/10/30 | Jennifer Creery
FILM REVIEW: Tale of the Lost Boys
Filipino filmmaker Joselito Altarejos tackles issues of identity and belonging, embodied by the profoundly moving stories of a Filipino mechanic and a gay Taiwanese aborigine student.
2017/10/28 | Sheryn Lee
President Tsai's Ballot Box Balancing Act
Like most incumbents, Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen is experiencing mid-term polling blues, but the erosion of identification with either of the two major parties should be greater cause for concern.