To those of us living in Taiwan, the streetscapes don’t usually attract too much of our attention. Simply because, to us, it is already a deeply embedded part of our everyday lives. While discussion about the look of Taiwan’s cities and streets have been around for...
This week marks the 30th anniversary of the end to authoritarian rule in Taiwan, as well as the death of Chinese democracy fighter Liu Xiaobo.
Bikes wars, children’s voices, labor problems, and where to watch sunsets in Taipei, in this week’s Taiwan Uniquely.
John Yuyi, an up-and-coming Taiwanese model, photographer and designer based in New York, was handpicked by GUCCI because of her unique work with temporary tattoos that combines ink with social media.
It’s not every day that President Tsai opens a design exhibition, but given the talent in Taiwan, Tsai wants “design to be Taiwan’s national strength.”
They’re not like anyone else. They are FireEX (滅火器), an indie band that has become a symbol for youth empowerment and activism in Taiwan.
The online comic “Pataauw: The Witches of Beitou” follows seven girls living in Taipei–ordinary cosmopolitan ladies, except that each of them carries indigenous ancient powers.
Chieh-Ting Yeh is the co-founder of Ketagalan Media. After working in think tanks and political parties in London and Taipei, he earned his law degree from Harvard. He has been a long time thinker of Taiwan's history, politics, and nationalism. He is currently based...
Taiwan’s Christian community has been more vocal and visible than ever in the past 18 months, as the topic of marriage equality continues to be at the center of social discussion. Making up roughly 4.5% of the total population, the conservative factions within the...
In the summer of 2016, some 4,500 people in New York were introduced to Taiwanese music, possible because of Ms. Mia Min Yen, the founder and organizer of Taiwanese Waves.