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Eye On Taiwan
Who are the liberals of Taiwan?
For Dan Josephson, the younger generation has made it all the more clear that this island is soaking in green for the time being
 
Taiwan: The island with an inferiority complex
Jodie Yang strongly believes that there is no need to feel inferior being a Taiwanese because Taiwan is far more unique than other countries in different angles such as the community, friendliness and food.Courtesy of Jolie Yang
 
The girl from Macau
JC Chao explored the many differences between her homeland and Taiwan, and decided that this is the place she wants to continue her fight for a brighter future.
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Never cease to be impressed with an island like Taiwan
Ugur Rifat Karlova, a Turkish-born comedian, fell in love with this island after he arrived and decided this was the place where he wanted to develop as an entertainer.
 
Here are 15 things no one told you about living in Taiwan
Veronika Tomanova from the Czech Republic remembers when she first traveled to Taipei, having said goodbye to her family back home. She had her entire world packed into a 20-kilogram suitcase.
 
My name is Hsu Yeu-chi and like many of my fellow citizens from Macau, I love Taiwan as a tourist destination, especially for the wide range of authentic Japanese food it has to offer.
 
Fashion show for the non-fashionista
Janet Lin shares her experience after attending a fashion event for the first time: Taipei IN Style.
 
While living and teaching English in Taiwan, Beth Dietrich has met many other foreigners -- some of them learn Chinese, to varying levels and abilities, and some of them don't.
 
Emanuele Rossetti truly believes that he belongs to this culture and Taiwan is where he wants to live all his life.
 
Gripped with engrossing interest!
A chaotic order in the streets of Taiwan draws Tatsuardo Chang in and makes him curious about the island's future.
 
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