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It is hard to ignore the village that wears vivid colored paintings and speaks in heart-warming blessing words. People call it the rainbow village, where the world is made out of bright color blocks and unique figures. These paintings seem to brighten the otherwise drab military dependents' village in Taichung, where one of the remaining residents is the 92-year-old veteran who doubles as the creator of the colorful world, Huang Yung-fu (黃永阜).
2014/4/21
92-year-old veteran builds kingdom of colors
In search for true self, backpacker travels 13 countries in one year
hen was the last time you felt so fed up with your pushy boss that you promised yourself that you would definitely quit your dead-end job in Taiwan and just travel abroad? How many times have you given up on that dream not long after because you were too afraid to do so?
2014/4/14
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Chun Shui Tang teahouse journeys to make tea culture more universal
If Starbucks can become a universal brand by serving coffee, why can't a teahouse achieve a similar reputation? Tea drinking has been part of the Chinese culture for centuries, and this tradition is thriving in the modern age as well. This is the belief of Kenny Lee (李成聰) and Frank Lin (林正龍), district managers of Chun Shui Tang Cultural Tea House (春水堂).
2014/4/7
Go Chic: Returning from Berlin with haloes, the teaches of maestro Peaches
Anyone who has seen them perform will probably tell you that Go Chic is one of the best live acts to emerge from Taiwan's indie scene. It's all about stage presence and the band has it in spades.
2014/3/31
After years of traveling around the world, prizefighter settles in Taipei
Standing at 174 centimeters and weighing in at a slender 61 kilograms, the soft-spoken and collected manner of Tom “The Scholar” Ni gives little inkling of his profession as a mixed martial arts (MMA) prizefighter.
2014/3/24
One local band's attempt to introduce gothic metal to Taiwanese audiences
The music industry is different in every country. In Taiwan, pop music dominates the scene and the local population is not too familiar with other types of music. Professional and amateur musicians, however, are well aware of other music genres.
2014/3/17
NTU students bring green thumb to gray concrete of Taipei rooftop
Around 60 ping of lush green covers the rooftop of National Taiwan University's Sociology Department building, with strawberries predominant among the many rows. The notion of growing your own food in the concrete jungles of the city has long been a fantasy of urban dwellers, many of whom have sworn to devote themselves to a healthier, organic way of living.
2014/3/10
After battle with tuberculosis, woman embraces dream of starting a business
Edelweiss is a mountain flower well-known for its beauty and purity associated with the Alps. The flower, which survives in a cold and arid environment, also symbolizes courage.
2014/2/24
Fathers of children with rare disorders rock on stage and in documentary film
Six fathers, one goal, one dream: they want to have a good night's sleep. It might be a daily routine for most people, but for these six fathers, it is a nearly impossible dream for them because they are fathers of children who have rare disorders.
2014/2/17
Classic rocker launches new venue to rekindle love for playing music
On Saturday nights the haunting chords of “Hotel California” may be heard at the Music Corner (角落音樂餐廳), performed by the establishment's resident band, captivating audiences familiar with the seminal single by the Eagles.
2014/2/10
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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