Life was very different in the 1960s when Hung Chi-feng's (洪啟峰) grandmother made a living sewing clothes with leftover fabric scraps they got from garment exporters in his hometown of Changhua (彰化).
As winter deepens and the renewal of spring waits around the corner, a few Hakka festivals are coming up to offer everyone good times and cultural insights; they are introduced below in chronological order: ...
In celebration of the Republic of China (中華民國) centenary, the National Youth Commission (NYC, 青年輔導委員會) has its own way of celebrating the special year for the youth.
The American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei marked a major milestone in 2011 when it commemorated the passage of 60 years since its founding – a particularly significant span of time on the Chinese calendar.
Bill Wiseman, the incumbent Chairman of AmCham Taipei, was re-elected by acclamation by the Board of Governors to serve a second term in 2012.
The Hsinchu Science Park (HSP, 新竹科學工業園區) was established in 1980 as the first of its kind in Taiwan. It has since become the “Silicon Valley” of the East and the center of high-tech industries on the island.
The days have become short and the weather has become colder so that one needs a jacket to go outside. Winter is here.
Tens of thousands of visitors visited National Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (中正紀念堂) square yesterday for this year's International Migrants Day (國際移民日).