Plastico, whose recycled plastic vessels were selected for the Golden Pin Concept award this year, has already garnered a strong online community with its concept.
When asked what Taiwan looks like in the eyes of Americans, Chang says potential customers have a limited scope of what the country he calls his home entails.
That Taiwan upholds its belief in the values of freedom and democracy is already recognised by the like-minded groups, particularly the non-governmental agencies, in the international community.
‘My mom saw the picture I posted on Facebook, kissing and holding hands with my boyfriend. She said it was like I was using a knife to tear her heart open.’
Taiwan’s labour and immigration policies continue to reinforce migrant workers’ exclusion. Their treatment remains a decisive test for civic nationalism in Taiwan.
The 2017 Migrants May Day Rally in Taiwan was held on Sunday April 30th, one day before the International Labour Day. As early as 10:30am, volunteers and members of the Taiwan International Workers’ Association (TIWA) gathered on Yanping North Road in front of the...
In 2014, we spoke to Pai Hsien-yung, the author of Crystal Boys, a novel about a gay high school student in 1970s Taiwan, the gay subculture, and his father, an old soldier.
We talk to Jennifer Lu and Miao Poya, LGBT activists and Social Democratic Party legislator candidates, about Marriage Equality, Innovation, Social Democracy and Trump.
5 months after the the draft bill on marriage equality passed the first hurdle in Taiwan's legislature, Taiwan's Council of Grand Justices handed down a ruling today, determining that it is unconstitutional to ban same-sex marriage. The decision paves the way for...
On the eve of Taiwan’s historic marriage equality court decision, we interview activists to get their thoughts on the road thus far.