Almost a week after Taiwanese human rights advocate Lee Ming-Che appeared in a Chinese court for his trial, more than 250 people, including representatives from several human rights and civic organizations, gathered in Taipei this afternoon for a public protest,...
We spoke with organizers of the Sydney Taiwan Festival Roger Huang, Minna Hsu, and co-founder Frank Wang about what the festival and Taiwanese Australians.
Lee Ming-che’s case, which has terrifying implications, is summarily ignored by Western liberals who would otherwise support human rights.
The message was clear – if the long arm of Chinese law finds you, you have no legal recourse. Lee Ming-che is the most recent casualty.
One year after President Tsai’s apology to indigenous peoples shows that Taiwan has improved in only some areas so far.
For Taiwan to maintain even just the status quo, it has to consolidate an identity unique in the world. Singapore is a reference point.
Contrary to what foreign media might want to believe, the new cabinet reshuffle in Taiwan is about reforms at home, not about China.
Taiwan is a wonderland of mish-mashed tastes from all over the world, but hidden in the alleys of Taipei are modern day takes on Japanese craft cocktails.
Now that the 2017 Summer Universiade is over, did you know that two-thirds of the opening ceremony had references to Taiwanese indigenous culture?
The memories and human connections made during this gathering have instilled confidence and segues into more successful international events held by Taiwan.
Uganda first banned athletes from the Summer Universiade in Taiwan due to the “One China Policy.” There is an unsung hero behind the dramatic overturn.
As more young Taiwanese people establish their careers overseas, we talk to social entrepreneurs on how to retain and attract talent globally to Taiwan.