A comic-style artwork depicting President Tsai Ing-wen and her cat is shown on Friday, Sept. 16. The Presidential Office's permanent exhibition will allow public viewing on Sept. 18, showcasing artworks featuring the inner workings in the Presidential Office, as well as an exhibition introducing Taiwan's presidents and their inauguration speeches.
In Japan, it's called "shinrin-yoku," which translates as forest bathing. It's the practice of immersing yourself in nature to improve your well-being, and interest in the concept is growing, with spas, resorts, retreat centers, gardens and parks offering guided "forest bathing" experiences.
Oprah Winfrey's big investment in Weight Watchers has paid off so far, but her Midas touch could be in question given the company's recent struggles.
President Barack Obama will honor actors Mel Brooks and Morgan Freeman with the 2015 National Medal of Arts, the White House said Wednesday.
The "father of modern Chinese art glass" Heinrich Wang (王俠軍) made a rare appearance in Southern Taiwan recently, giving a lecture in Kaohsiung on "Cultural & Creative breakthrough - inheritance and innovation."
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What's not to love about Pretty Yende? Her voice is delightful, her personality sparkles, and her story is inspiring.
The heels came off but the crown stayed on as Miss America began her reign with a romp in the Atlantic City surf Monday, hours after winning the title.
Ryan Lochte says he feels "a little hurt" after two men were arrested for allegedly rushing the stage following his performance on "Dancing with the Stars."
The town has struck out in its attempt to bring home the bacon -- Kevin Bacon, that is.