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2020/04/24 | The Conversation

Why Dalgona Coffee Is the Quarantine Drink of Choice

Dalgona coffee, reportedly named after a South Korean candy, has taken social media by storm. It has everything to do with our current Covid-19 induced isolation.

2020/02/18 | Jeremy Van der Haegen

Danish Entrepreneurs Reshape Coffee Roasting and Rigid Work Culture

Ailio, a Taiwanese startup founded by a pair of Danish twin brothers, developed a sustainable coffee roasting technology with an appreciation of the Danish lifestyle.

2018/04/12 | TIME

New Addiction: Coffee Taking Over in the Heartlands of Chinese Tea Production

Coffee production is on the rise in China's traditional capital of tea.

2017/06/23 | TNL 編輯

Taipei's Five Best Cafes

Good Eye Taipei’s recommendations for cafes to check out in Taipei.

2017/04/10 | Saigoneer

Hẻm Gems: A Cuppa in Saigon's Oldest Cafe

Not all Saigon traditions age well, but it only takes one cup of Cheo Leo coffee to understand the appeal.

2017/03/27 | Saigoneer

Coffee Production in Vietnam Faces Dark Future Under Climate Change

Rising temperatures and shifting rainfall patterns may cost Vietnam 50 percent of its current Robusta coffee production areas by 2050.

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.

2016/08/03 | Kathy Cheng

First 'Parenting Cafe' in Taipei Aims to be Different and Disruptive

The parenting industry in Taiwan has been slowly evolving in the past few years and this cafe wants to make a positive impact on the industry and society.

2016/06/28 | Olivia Yang

Brewing A Title: Taiwan Barista Crowned World Champion

What's the key to brewing a world-class cup of coffee? One Taiwanese holds it.

2015/07/21 | Zou Chi

Tea Vendors Need to Label Drinks Starting in Late July

Some vendors criticize that sources of the foods aren't equal to inspection results of the products. Other coffee retailers also point out the new policy does not apply to drinks served in breakfast chains, and the law will lose its significance if it only regulates certain stores.