As one of the leading sources of English news, The China Post has consistently provided quality, timely and relevant news coverage on international and local current events to the benefit of both the Filipino and International community here in Taiwan.
Congratulations to our friends at The China Post on the 60th anniversary of the leading English-language newspaper in Taiwan. Over the past decades, The China Post's generations of dedicated reporting and editorial teams have chronicled significant changes in Taiwan and beyond.
In a lifetime, 60 years is a long time. I write from afar this brief hello to congratulate The China Post on its 60th birthday. The word “educate” is a rather magical word.
The China Post, now celebrating its 60th anniversary, is one of only three daily English-language newspapers keeping foreign residents and international observers of Taiwan informed about political, economic and social events in Taiwan.
In a very good editorial commentary at the end of August, titled “Loss of bookstores signals crossroads of virtual, real,” the China Post made some very good points about bookstores, book culture and electronic reading devices.
2012/9/2, 1 Comment
The China Post and I A steaming hot cup of milk tea, a delicious smeared whipped cream cake and a newspaper called The China Post just purchased from a convenience store: A beautiful morning has begun. This scenario has occurred almost every morning at the dining table in my home.
The China Post means both predestination and affinity to me.
Dear Editor, I have known The China Post since my college years. From my perspective, its reading level is between Newsweek and Time, and this is the first reason I chose to read this paper. As time goes by, I found it became my “final savior” after a long day's work.
In a recent article for Reason, Ira Stoll praised the 2012 Olympics — not only in the body but the title itself — as a “Triumph of Capitalism” (July 23, 2012).
Human relationships are always complex, hence the interest in cultivating a sixth sense to tune in to people around us, to get to know them, to learn what they are like and what their dreams and hopes are. All this as far as possible and within the framework in which the relationship occurs.