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May, 24, 2016

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It's my 'Time for Taiwan'
Sebastian Walter's first impression of Taipei was its marvelous landscapes, unspoiled nature, impressive architechture and a great variety of culinary delights.
Living together in harmony
Beth Dietrich praises Taiwanese people for their admired values: community; family; tradition and hospitality.
English lyrics explained!
Pete M. Jones recommends the English Music Radio -- an online station broadcasting from London that aims to help Mandarin speakers improve their English by understanding lyrics.
Reveling in Taiwan's
Ren Xiang describes many unforgettable experiences and scenes that made her feel 'purified'.
Foreigner challenges himself by starting a local business
Ravi Nataraju, founder of the software company THINKTANK, left behind a secure job in the UK to challenge himself in starting up a company in Taiwan
Are migrant workers in Taiwan treated fairly?
Migrant workers from Southeast Asian nations have helped build a better Taiwan, but are they treated fairly? Arik Wu explores the question.
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Taking a more independent stand
Wade Aulich ponders what role a DPP-led Taiwan will take amid intensifying territorial disputes in the South China Sea, and considers the future of Taiwanese independence.
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Reflecting upon cities in Taiwan
Based in Kaohsiung, Clinton Moore has been on a journey to discover more about the rise of Taiwanese cities, what makes them tick, and how they are planning and innovating in a global age.
Unlimited creativity
One thing that has impressed upon William Hetherington while living in Taiwan is the efficient and artistic way in which people use space.
A stylish Taiwan haircut
To Beth Dietrich, haircuts in Taiwan are a must for foreigners; actually, she prefers to have her hair cut and styled here, not in her home country
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