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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.
 
The prospect of sitting in a Hyatt Regency ballroom in Florida and listening to Jack Ma, founder of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, deliver the keynote for the International Anti-Counterfeiting Coalition's conference this month did not sit well with Michael Kors' general counsel.
 
When I first visited Estonia over 20 years ago, the Baltic country had recently regained its independence from the Soviet Union. Tallinn, the capital and an old Hanseatic trading city, offered an intriguing mix of medieval architecture and shoddy Soviet style construction. Situated on the Gulf of Finland, Estonia, though occupied by Moscow, was deceptively close to the free Nordic countries.
 
Walking off stage after a rock star-like performance and rapturous crowd reaction, Sajid Ampatuan oozes confidence that he will be elected mayor of a southern Philippine town despite facing charges of mass murder.
 
Anyone who has ever driven in Nepal knows very well that the country's drivers -- not all, but many -- are a force to be feared. Overtaking recklessly...
 
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.
 
U.S. Republicans have taken to social media in droves to burn their voter registration cards, renounce their political affiliation, and pledge never to vote for their party's presumptive nominee Donald Trump in November.
 
A heated national debate over access to bathrooms by transgenders is sweeping the United States, with schools and businesses grappling with the issue that has become a hot topic in the presidential campaign.
 
With Donald Trump's remaining rivals bowing out of the race, clearing his path to the nomination, Hillary Clinton is looking for ways to woo Republicans turned off by the brash billionaire.
 
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