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Young sailor eyes Olympics, promotes windsurfing
It could be hard to imagine how a kid born and raised at Nantou (南投), the only landlocked county in Taiwan, could one day become a windsurfer.
"Our pies are really good. If you could only taste the flaky crust and the …"
Chocolate-coated wisdom from a man who died thrice
Courageous dancer in search of possibilities
How far would you go to explore your potential? Will you leave a place that provides you with a safe and peaceful environment where you can do the things you like without a care in the world? Are you willing to give up everything just to test your limits and explore the uncertainties of the future? It takes courage and determination to leave one's comfort zone.
Multilingual Cafe caters to Taiwanese learners
Studying a new language is not difficult! This is the claim of a recently established language study group -- Terry's Multilingual Cafe. Members of the study group proclaim that they are learning seven languages, at the same time.
Milla Huang, the 'bad baby' of Taiwanese fashion
She realized that a milestone had been reached when cheap knockoffs of her collection were found on China-based auction websites, said Milla Huang, founder of Mechant Bebe, one of Taiwan's top rising fashion brands, whose collections have been worn on stage by the likes of pop songstress Jolin Tsai.
A microscopic look at the 'strawberry' generation
They say that money is not the most important thing in life. But money buys food, shelter and an education. If surviving and ensuring the well-being of others are important things, then having money certainly helps.
Fighter brings 'style of Taiwan' to the world of mixed martial arts
Standing at an imposing height of 191 centimeters and weighing an intimidating 116 kilograms, Paul "Typhoon" Cheng took home his fifth mixed martial arts (MMA) win from ONE Fighting Championship (One FC) event: War of Dragons. Now, with a record of five wins and one loss, Cheng proudly exited the Taiwan National University Sports Arena (台大綜合體育館) drowned in the cheers of the Taiwanese people on Friday, July 11.
The ongoing soccer frenzy has been sweeping across the world ever since the 2014 World Cup kicked off flamboyantly in Brazil late last month.
Family builds sports bar for love of the games
Diary reveals the stories of refugees met in a Norwegian mountain village
Armed with a self-made booklet and minimal luggage, the girl trudged out of her comfort zone in the sweltering subtropics and into the Arctic Circle. The booklet contained a carefully mapped-out plan, divided into squares with each square marking a different step of her journey. The girl would methodically cross out the squares after finishing each stage.
Liang Huei-ching (梁惠卿), a mother of three, is someone who people might just pass by on the street without giving her a second thought. But there is something she owns that not too many people have. She envisions the world as a better and more peaceful place, and she does not underestimate the power that she has to change society, or even just the people around her.
After family tragedy, a social mission emerges
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