If more Taiwanese citizens are made aware of the double standard in their laws, we will have more local support and a better chance at substantive reform.
Find out what the youth is doing in Taoyuan, Taiwan’s fastest growing city. “I believe Taoyuan is the best place for youth, and that’s my vision.”
Australia could soon become the world’s 25th country to legalize marriage equality after the result of its national postal survey shows that 61.6% of Australians support marriage equality. Australia’s prime minister Malcolm Turnbull showed his commitment to respect...
There are now close to 30 private breweries in Taiwan. How did beer come about in Taiwan and what does the scene look like in Taiwan today?
Taipei Pride was particularly joyous this year, following the constitutional ruling on marriage equality and a snowballing of efforts to ensure LGBT rights.
How Asia’s longest running art show, ART TAIPEI, is more than just art. We interview its International Curator, Annie Ivanova.
The parade not only re-energized marriage equality movement, it also shows that Taiwan’s LGBTQ movement continues to inspire the rest of Asia.
At Road’s End tells a story about a photographer’s quest to save her village after discovering that a factory caused a mysterious sickness among villagers.
Taiwanese youth today, who have grown up in a democracy, have developed a suspicion of China in defense of their identity and democratic values.
Our News Director William Yang recounts how his own experiences growing as a gay Asian man shaped his drive to become a journalist.
The formation of a Taiwanese identity is creating space for marriage equality and progressive causes outside conservative aspects of East Asian tradition.
In her performance piece “Scribe” artist Jesha Prekop hopes to raise awareness of preserving and teaching Taiwanese and other indigenous languages today.