Sandwiched between these two clashing generations, Tsai is standing at a dividing line between Taiwan’s past and future, trying to carefully manage the conflicting values in her first year of presidency.
A look at the linguistic history of this “Polyglot’s Paradise” called Taiwan.
Similar to Hu Shih and his fellow activists, our generation straddles the middle, standing between our free-thinking (future) children, and our tradition-minded parents. We bear two burdens.
In my view, it would be a tragic loss for all indigenous people and for all of Taiwanese society if the reconciliation process unravels.
While the media and tennis fans were wondering whether the future of Taiwan’s tennis would end once Lu retires, Jason Jung (莊吉生) was quietly making waves as he steadily climbed up the ranking.
Tang is a part of the growing phenomenon of Asian Americans returning to Asia to pursue entertainment. Like many of these young Asian Americans, he’s weary of Hollywood’s overall lack of opportunity and advancement for Asian faces.
Hahow is an education platform in Taiwan harnessing the power of crowd-funded, high quality video content. t all began with a frustration over the stagnant flow of knowledge and skills.
Ketagalan Media talks to Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang about what is “Taiwan,” and how she would design a new constitution for Taiwan.
Ketagalan Media talks to Taiwan’s Digital Minister Audrey Tang about working as a government official, and the future of news media.
Taiwan’s society has also seen a great deal of foreign influence, conflict and change. The timing for women’s rights, gender rights and sexual orientation seems ripe for Taiwan to recognize marriage equality.
奧蘭多與臺南於 1982 年 6 月 24 日締結為姊妹市，台灣總統蔡英文與台南市長賴清德各自慰問奧蘭多市民以及譴責暴力行為。
Taiwan’s President Tsai Ing-wen and mayor of Orlando’s sister city, Tainan, offers words of encouragement after the deadly shootings in Orlando.