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Young creative talks of her carpentry love
How lucky it is for someone to find their true calling in a job they are passionate about.
Exploring old Taipei following your nose
It was a street you loitered in when you were a barefooted imp, chasing your playmates down the darkened alleys. Yet having left home for so long.
Meals for patients, designed with Love
A patient is diagnosed with cancer every seven minutes in Taiwan. Most patients opt for Western treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy, and the battle against the malignant disease is each patient's last hope of a rejuvenated life.
Kasaundra Howard, a self-described 'wino' abroad, talks about love of wine
People drink alcohol for various reasons. We drink to celebrate, we drink to socialize, and we sometimes drink to forget. Drinking is also a rite of passage that is experienced by people from many cultures when one finally hits the legal drinking age. Of the various kinds of alcohol, beers, vodkas, cocktails etc. consumed, none could be called a form of art more than wine.
You don't have to be a hardcore basketball fan in Taiwan to know the name Quincy Davis.
Naturalized basketball player brings Taiwan hoop onto the world stage
Returning scion keeps Taiwan's oldest Western-style cafe open for business
Astoria Cafe (明星咖啡館), Taiwan's first Western-style bakery and cafe, opened in 1949 and shut its doors in 1989, after the aging owner failed to find a successor.
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And the best actress award goes to … Tiffany Tsai, a star who deserves the attention of the spotlight
As one of the few professional actors who is independent from agents, a norm within the entertainment industry of Taiwan, it would be safe to say that Tiffany Tsai (蔡天芸) is in a league of her own.
Vegan restaurateur changing how the nation eats, one bite at a time
A pet-friendly, environmentally conscious and locally sourced organic vegan restaurant wants to change the way Taipei thinks of food, one bite at a time.
Female entrepreneur boosts accessible tourism
A fast-growing mobile app is helping Taipei residents with special needs forgo embarrassing situations when dining out.
Young entrepreneur overcomes obstacles, sets up own real estate company in Japan
Taiwan's sluggish salary growth and lower bonuses in recent years had prompted many local youths to ditch their bosses and take their future into their own hands by becoming their own bosses.
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