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Some of our university students from China are “exchange students,” and some “regular students.”
2012/5/6
April Fool's Day 2012 has been history for nearly a month now. A news story that appeared in one of our local newspapers on April 1, however, still deserves comment.
2012/4/29
Nothing puts what the Rice Krispies people once called snap, crackle and pop into a news story like old-fashioned illicit sex.
2012/4/22
Celebrity business leader and Acer Group founder Stan Shih weighed in recently with a response to the concern of Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Tharman Shanmugaratnam about brain drain and laws that restrict the recruitment of foreign nationals in Taiwan. At the moment, less than 1 percent of Taiwan's workforce is foreign.
2012/4/15
Having lived in Taiwan now for over 25 years, you'd have thought I had long ago become more than familiar with the ebb and flow of our local holidays.
2012/4/8
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People First Party (PFP) Legislator Chang Show-foong threw a lit match into a barrel of gasoline in remarks at the legislature's Internal Administration Committee meeting last week on the subject of our so called “foreign brides.” Chang urged the government to offer financial compensation to women who find themselves “left over” because Taiwanese men prefer to marry women from other countries.
2012/4/1
A student has landed himself in hot water at Chinese Culture University (CCU) for several reasons, one of which was the fact that during final examinations in January, he produced a racy drama named after the celebrated Chinese dissident Ai Weiwei. A local press report noted, “The entire play was performed in the nude” (TT 3-16-12 p. 2).
2012/3/25
A not so subtle series of changes has crept into my evenings recently. These changes, both exciting and occasionally unsettling, have pushed me to reflect about how I use my limited “leisure time.”
2012/3/18
A not so subtle series of changes has crept into my evenings recently. These changes, both exciting and occasionally unsettling, have pushed me to reflect about how I use my limited “leisure time.”
2012/3/18
The headline in a local English paper last Sunday caught my eye. “China pledges to reach out to Taiwan's youth” (TT 3-4-12, p. 3). The China Post covered the story the same day on page 11.
2012/3/11
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