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April 24, 2017

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Taiwan's brain drain crisis continues unabated
Meet a new immigrant family
Most Taiwanese who renounce citizenship pick these 3 countries
100 killed in Taliban attack on army base
Dream Catcher
Young Taiwanese travels a lonely but spiritually rich road
In an country that is internationally renowned for its high-tech industry, artistic creation has very little room in Taiwan.
Playwright Chiang explores Taiwanese culture
An old Chinese saying goes, "the moon of other nations is always more round," which refers to people's interest in the unknown. Other factors may be at play too, such as a seemingly higher level of cultural development projected by advanced nations. It leads to admiration, and, sometimes, even mimicry.
Engaging a new generation of space scientists
Space, the final frontier ... these are the voyages of the next generation of graduate students in its continuing mission, to explore the ionosphere with increasingly small and affordable satellite technology, to seek out new adventures in space mission design and operation, to boldly go where no Taiwanese university has gone before ...
A cyclist's unrelenting need for speed
Cycling has become a national pastime over the past few years, so that on weekends groups of friends and family are seen cycling in groups along riverside parks, or on popular biking trails.
Overcoming lack of parents, finding success
Parentless children live not just in orphanages, but in communities everywhere. After losing their family members, these children often have to face an uphill battle to grow to maturity.
Emerging singer-songwriter A-Mai talks of his first solo LP record release
A-Mai is a craftsman as much as he is a dedicated singer-songwriter. This is not simply reflected in his attitude to music -- the man practically built and assembled his own recording studio from scratch.
Taiwanese scientist makes mark as the 'Father of Dominican Rice'
How the Dominican Republic, a Caribbean country, became self-sufficient in rice production could be surprising, but for Dominicans there is no mystery.
Young and athletic luger dreams to bring Taiwan onto the global platform
As a sub-tropical and tropical island, it is rare to see snow falling in Taiwan.
Milking it: Dairy entrepreneur changes the game
One rainy afternoon, I made my way past the winding alleys near Shuanglian traditional market, until I reached "Garage+" -- a collaborative space for entrepreneurs to rent as offices for their business ventures.
Setting the stage for bold storytelling
For Brook Hall, community is the central theme behind the successful drive to bring exciting ideas to the theatrical stage in Taiwan. Arriving in 2001, having just finished a national tour for the Broadway production of "Crazy for You," his original plans for a two-month stint on the island as a guest artist in a directing workshop have transformed into 15 years of frontline work in the continuing evolution of theater here, building experiences with those he has met both on and off the stage.
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