History and culture are the frames that prescribe how we understand what is happening around us. The Ketagalan Project presents in-depth interviews and thoughts on how art, culture, history and politics intertwine through time and space to connect us. Find out about the cosmopolitan modern Taipei downtown in the 1920s, the gay subculture in the 1970s, the future of aboriginal culture and more, below.
The Balancing Act: A Pastor’s Life Journey Finding Harmony Between His Christian and Homosexual Identities
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.
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.
‘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.’
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.
On the eve of Taiwan’s historic marriage equality court decision, we interview activists to get their thoughts on the road thus far.
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.
Visiting tribal areas can be mutually beneficial cultural exchanges. However, often times they can seem like staged exercises.
Even though Trump is a problematic president-elect…supporting a small democratic country is something I think all Americans can get behind.
Pi Square is a Taiwan based startup that has built an animation platform to make animation production more real-time and collaborative. We speak to them about their technology and future plans.
A summit conference was held last week from October 15 to 16 for Taipei to dig into how design and designers can contribute to public policy that affects the city and its residents.
我坐在 Giovanni 與 Coco Filippini 的廚房、汗流浹背，但當我看到他們拿著一瓶冰涼的聖沛黎洛 (San Pellegrino) 氣泡水出來時，我就知道頂著酷熱、跋山涉水來到這間隱密的義大利餐廳是值得的。
Ketagalan Media interviewed New Power Party chairman and legislator Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌) during his September 9, 2016 visit to Princeton University to speak about transitional justice.
Darice Chang interviews local Deathcore band Dark Charybdis about their first upcoming album.
But in South Donghe, home to some hundred residents, really the middle of nowhere, a trattoria joins a small number of eateries that dare to rebel against Taiwan’s local palate.
With the café/diner concept in mind, here’s an assortment of new establishments and old favorites to try out in Taipei.
去年這個活動在台北獲得意料之外的成功，有超過 700 人來到活動現場狹窄的店面，所有的商品在兩小時內銷售一空。是故，今年主辦單位擴大了活動的規模。
Vegan Affair’s motivation behind hosting the bake sale lies in raising public awareness about vegan food and building a stronger vegan community.
New veganism, like the new vegetarianism that came before it, is secular, focused more on animal rights, health, peace, and environmentalism. It also has a very different look and language.
Part of a continuing series, Lighthouse: Dispatches on Taiwanese Democracy, where we explore how democracy has deepened its roots on this island nation. #4. Digital technologies are utilized for the common good Citizens were active on the streets and in polling...
Alongside Japan and Italy, Green Island is home to one of the only three saltwater hot-springs in the world. The Jhaorih Saltwater hot-springs are open all year round with open air pools right on the ocean’s edge – a fantastic spot to enjoy an evening surrounded by the views and sounds of the Pacific.
By simultaneously translating all the performances from Chinese into English the larger Taiwan narrative is made accessible to an international audience, and a message that Taiwan is a democratic beacon worth celebrating and defending.
We look back at some exciting elements of Taiwan’s electoral process and highlight how democracy continues to take root and grow in Taiwan.
These idyllic shores are home to rare wildlife, pristine coastline, ancient Fujianese architecture, and Penghu’s iconic heart-shaped fishing weirs.
澳籍策展人易安妮(Annie Ivanova )因此寫了《Taiwan by Design》這本書，這本書是第一個蒐羅台灣元素、美學設計的專書。
Why is Washington not responding in kind? Simple: it is overly anxious about maintaining so-called military-to-military (mil-to-mil) contacts.
It’s a tribute to the power of Taiwan’s isolation and obscurity that Lee continues to be denied his rightful place in 20th century history alongside other heroes of democracy such as Nelson Mandela of South Africa and Aung San Suu Kyi of Myanmar.
It is out of the same frustration that led Australian curator Annie Ivanova to create “Taiwan by Design”, the first comprehensive book about the elements and influences shaping a new Asian design aesthetic from the beautiful island called “Taiwan”.