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2016/09/07 | Trista di Genova

Pingtung Beckons for Tourism and Fruit

Taiwan’s southernmost county is famous for its beaches and deserves more attention as the country’s 'fruit basket.'

2016/09/02 | ZiQing Low

Taiwanese Startup Promotes Local Issues Through ‘Blind’ Travel

These young entrepreneurs want travelers to go deep and really get to know their destination.

2016/09/02 | Scott Weaver

Dadaocheng: New Life in a Historic District

One of Taipei’s oldest neighborhoods is getting revitalized with the opening of art galleries, cafés, and specialty shops in picturesque surroundings.

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.

2016/08/01 | Matthew Fulco

In Taipei, the Rising Sun Casts a Long Shadow

More than 70 years after Japanese colonial rule in Taiwan ended, Japan’s legacy endures in the Taiwanese capital.  

2016/07/27 | Jules Quartly

Your Home Away from Home – Camping in Taiwan

Camping is the ideal way to rest and relax in nature and has become an extremely popular leisure activity in Taiwan over the past decade. For good reason.  

2015/10/07 | Yang

Airbnb Proposes to be Legalized in Taiwan

Airbnb has promised to pay taxes and provide tenant insurance, which meets the initial requirements of the Executive Yuan. The travel and B&B industries also welcome Airbnb to come to Taiwan for further development.

2015/07/14 | Kenzo

Chinese Tourists Medical Debt Adds up to One Billion NT Dollars

Starting from October 1, Chinese visitors to Taiwan must possess certificate for both travel and health insurance that cover sudden illnesses, or else they will not be issued a Taiwan entry permit.