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[Truly Hakka] A creative Hakka life

Children in Taiwan are familiar with school uniforms. From pre-school to senior high school, students wear uniforms almost every day. This means of identification has become a part of Taiwanese people's collective memory, especially during their youthful days.
Hsinchu Science Park continues to upgrade Taiwan's IT industry

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.
[Truly Hakka] Hakka rice balls brighten winter

The days have become short and the weather has become colder so that one needs a jacket to go outside. Winter is here.
International Migrants Day attracts thousands

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).
NIA cares about Taiwan immigrants

For the third straight year, the government pledged to protect the rights of migrants in the country and promote cultural diversity in a diversified Taiwan. Hsieh Li-kung (謝立功), director-general of the National Immigration Agency (NIA) told The China Post that the rights of migrants has become one of the most important issues facing Taiwan's current population.
A soaring number of Taiwanese designers and manufacturers are now showing a key interest in Made-in-Taiwan (MIT) textile products that blend innovative fashion with a traditional flare.
Well 'Made-in-Taiwan' for a better tomorrow
His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary

This year on 5 December 2011 all Thais will join together to celebrate the auspicious occasion of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's 7th Cycle Birthday Anniversary.
This year Thailand saw a catastrophic flood, but what Thai people see beyond the devastation is the kind hearts of friends around the world.
Thailand's largest exhibition fair organized by the Office of the Board of Investment (BOI) is now revitalized to show the country's investment potentials on sustainable development.
[Truly Hakka] Passing the baton to next Hakka generation

One of most important ways to keep a culture alive is passing it on to the next generation through language. For the Hakka population, which makes up to 20 percent of Taiwan's 23 million residents, getting as many people to speak the Hakka language as possible has been a long-term goal.
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