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2018/08/01 | Yang
Taiwanese Tourists Newly Welcomed into 'Mysterious' North Korea
A North Korean travel agency has partnered with Taiwanese proprietors to offer new travel opportunities to prospective Taiwanese visitors.
Strolling Sip by Sip Along Taiwan's Tea Trail
From expensive high-mountain oolong to humble roadside tea stands, Taiwan does not mess around when it comes to perfecting the art of tea.
2018/04/20 | Tricky Taipei
Taiwan's Online Tourism Marketing Spends Public Money for Nothing
Taiwan's online tourism marketing is nothing short of a disgrace.
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.
2017/04/16 | Steven Crook
Accessing the Best of Alishan in Taiwan
How can you travel one of Taiwan's most popular tourist attractions?
2016/11/12 | Kathy Cheng
The Five Least Business-Friendly Practices in Taiwan
If Taiwanese businesses want consumers’ respect, they need to earn it. Playing it cheap and chanting 'cha bu duo' has never worked, and it never will.
2016/10/22 | Steven Crook
INTERVIEW: American Travel Writer on Taiwan's 'Subtle Magic'
Joshua Samuel Brown will be heading back to Taiwan in January 2017 to begin on his fourteenth book, a hybrid travelogue/guidebook titled, 'Formosa Moon for Things Asian Press.'
2016/08/15 | Giulia Pines
Taiwan’s Yehliu And The Debate Over Geotourism
'Yehliu is a perfect example of the dilemma faced by today’s geotourism industry: parks like these must make money to pay for their upkeep, yet making money can really only mean one thing: bringing in the hoards of tourists whose stomping feet may only hasten its demise.'
2016/07/28 | Beyonder Times
Taiwan’s New Tourism Ambassador? American Engineer Develops Taiwan Cuisine App
'I want to focus on marketing Taiwan in the right way, and create products that can really help people.'
2016/07/22 | Yuan-ling Liang
Deadly Taiwan Bus Crash Leads to Soul-Searching
While the direct cause of the July 19 accident in Taoyuan is still under investigation, some say that end-to-end services might be to blame.
2016/04/13 | TNL 編輯
Southeast Asia Offsets 30% Drop in Chinese Tourists to Taiwan
Rumors about the decrease of Chinese tourists have been spreading since last October, and the Tourism Bureau has announced a 30% decrease of Chinese travelers to Taiwan. On the other hand, the number of Southeast Asian tourists are growing, and Thai travelers account for 54% of the growth since last October.