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There is no doubt that tea is one of the largest industries in Taiwan's food and beverage sector. However, less is known about Taiwan's tea culture and how it's different from other tea cultures in the Asia-Pacific region, such as the unique Japanese tea ceremony called "chanoyu" (茶湯).
 
Celebrate an 'auspicious year'
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei (台北文華東方酒店) recently announced its annual Wedding Fair, collaborating with Jo Malone London and numerous well-known brands to offer you a dream wedding on your big day.
 
Starbucks barista has meltdown over Unicorn Frappuccino
A Starbucks barista has taken to social media hoping to make orders for the coffee chain's much buzzed about Unicorn Frappuccino disappear.
 
Why Easter is called Easter: little-known facts about the holiday
This Sunday, April 16, Christians will be celebrating Easter, the day on which the resurrection of Jesus is said to have taken place. The date of celebration changes from year to year.
 
Why who wears the pants in a relationship matters, especially for women
When it comes to power in romantic relationships, men are often cast as dominant and women as deferential.
 
Let's celebrate a monthlong Children's Day
Children's Day recently concluded, but there is absolutely no reason why we shouldn't celebrate children beyond the annual holiday. Regent Taipei is holding a monthlong celebration, inspired by the beloved novel "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland."
 
'J'adore in Joy Afternoon Tea' — do you?
Mandarin Oriental, Taipei (台北文華東方酒店) is collaborating with prestigious French perfumer Dior again this year to hold an aromatic afternoon tea -- "J'adore in Joy Afternoon Tea" (愉悅淡香水下午茶) -- available at Café Un Deux Trois (5樓文華Café) from April 14 to May 14.
 
This Cuban's secret to great wine: condoms
The sweet smell of fermenting fruit fills the streets around the modest Havana home where Orestes Estevez and his family fill glass jugs with grapes, ginger and hibiscus, then slip a condom over each glass neck to start the unusual process of winemaking in a land famed for rum.
 
Japan gets boozy as cherry blossom fever blooms
Japan's cherry blossom season kicks off boozy parties across the country and draws tourists from far and wide, but the annual coming-of-spring ritual isn't official until inspectors like Hisato Nishii sign off on it.
 
Revelers high-spirited at Boston Saint Patrick's Day parade
Tens of thousands of people lined the frigid streets of Boston on Sunday for the city's St. Patrick's Day parade, which went off amid high spirits and without a hitch after a dispute over whether a gay veterans group could march.
 
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