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2017/07/07 | Nuala Gathercole Lam

Foreigners in China Should Check Their Privilege

Why are Chinese hesitant to police foreigners’ bad behavior when they’re so quick to condemn their own?

2017/07/07 | Taiwan Business TOPICS Magazine

On the Front Lines of Taiwan's History in Kinmen

Once the focal point of hostilities between China and Taiwan, the Kinmen archipelago has evolved into a fascinating tourist destination.

2017/06/16 | Wayne Pajunen

Road Rage: Without Law Enforcement Taiwan’s Jekylls Become Hydes

Taiwan’s motorists wait at the intersection of civility and chaos for effective law enforcement to change from red to green.

2017/05/25 | Shannon Lin

Re-Imagining the Formosan Flag: Taiwan's First Appeal for International Help

'The difference between the two tigers is hidden in their eyes; the obverse side has undilated pupils while the reverse has dilated ones. Researchers believe this contrast is a metaphor for day and night, symbolizing constant vigilance.'

2017/05/23 | Kuan Chen

WeChat 'Red Envelopes' Scandalize a Student Election in Sydney

Worlds collide: A university election in Australia was marred by allegations of bribery involving a Chinese student and a popular WeChat feature.

2017/05/19 | Shannon Lin

Blending In or Standing Out: Immigration and the ‘Cultural Quality’ Problem in Taiwan

Are the dazzling traditional gowns and tours in native languages just a weak attempt to distract Taiwan’s newest arrivals from institutionalized discrimination?

2017/05/11 | James Baron

In the Shade: Exploring Taipei's 'Little Indonesia'

Check out the mouth-watering offerings and curious bicultural idiosyncrasies in Taipei's little slice of Jakarta.

2017/05/10 | Jenna Cody

OPINION: Don’t Delete the Generalissimo, Contextualize Him

'His legacy ought to be studied and analyzed, if only to remember the horrors and agonies of the history of this island nation, and to educate ourselves on the importance of avoiding a backslide into totalitarianism.'

2017/05/09 | Adam Hatch

OPINION: Deleting the Generalissimo from Taiwan is the Wrong Move

'Chiang Kai-shek was the greatest single fighter of the CCP, bar none. He also led China through one of the darkest periods of its history, including a brutal war with Japan and two periods of civil war, which wrapped together were a central part of the greatest conflict in human history.'

2017/05/01 | Edward Columbia

Carrying the Torch: Clashing Horns at a Grasslands Festival in Sichuan

[Nonfiction] For China's Yi communities, largely concentrated in the southwestern provinces of Sichuan and Yunnan, the Torch Festival is among the biggest events of the year.

2017/04/30 | TNL Staff

Six Museums Worth Visiting in Taipei

Good Eye Taipei’s recommendations for Taipei’s best museums.

2017/04/25 | TNL 編輯

Six Unique Libraries Worth Visiting in Taipei

Good Eye Taipei’s recommendations for Taipei’s best places to soak in the charm of libraries.

2017/04/21 | James Baron

From Caracas to Taipei: The Strange World of Ignacio Huang

The life of the Taiwan-born Argentine actor spans across continents and cultures.

2017/04/12 | ZiQing Low

Is Eating Dog Meat Really on the Way Out in Asia?

Taiwan's dog meat ban has been welcomed but China’s largest 'dog meat festival' is set to enter its eighth year, and Indonesia sees an increase in dog meat consumption.