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Brothers preserve Lukang culture in the hope of a better tomorrow
When talk turns to famous tourist attractions in Lukang (鹿港), most people will mention some historic spots, such as Lukang Longshan (鹿港龍山寺) Temple, the street view and delicacies.
Rhapsody of a man with polio — a life unbound by physical constraints
"Have you ever noticed the threshold in your bathroom? It is designed so that the bathroom doesn't get flooded, but has water ever reached that high or even surpassed the threshold when you are showering?"
'Show'-ing Taiwan to the world, one stitch at a time
When Lily Huang told The China Post that "art is life," looking at her elaborately refined stitch art pieces, it is hard to believe she started her life as an artist only 10 years ago.
The man who loves clowning around with the elderly 
As society continues to age faster than ever before, it becomes increasingly preoccupied with the pursuit of happiness -- a strong emotion that has become more and more difficult to maintain in an economically gloomy and unstable world -- there are certain people who qualify as a silver lining in the cloudiest of times.
A coffee shop that offers magic shows
If you are interested in magic, and if you also like coffee, then you might want to check out Rising Sun Coffee (昇昇精品咖啡), the only cafe that offers magic shows in Taiwan.
Photographer Godfather's son turns to smartphones
Juan Sea (阮璽), 34, is a new kind of professional artist.
Basketball is one of the most popular sports in Taiwan and the most widely played sport in the island country.
Basketball freestyler promotes passion with event
Beipu family takes a 50-year journey home
On May 24, 2012, Liao Huey-chin (廖惠慶) and her siblings won the auction for a house in Beipu, Hsinchu County. The owner, Taiwan Cooperative Bank, had returned it to the market after nearly 50 years.
News anchor's brush with success made dream real
Imagine the pursuit of one's dreams being akin to standing in front of a long, seemingly endless dark tunnel. Reaching the light at the end of it would mean success; a dead end, failure. For many, the first step into this tunnel is paved with good feelings of anticipating achievement and success at the end of the journey.
A master speaks about his painting revolution
As ancient as traditional Chinese brush paintings may be, a modern concept of this black-and-white art is being practiced by a man over 70 years old, dwelling deep in the mountains of Pingshi, New Taipei City.
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