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Sodagreen top winner at Golden Melody Awards
Taiwanese pop music band Sodagreen's (蘇打綠) album "Winter Endless" (冬未了) emerged as the biggest winner of Taiwan's Golden Melody Awards Saturday, bagging five awards including best Mandarin album.
 
Song Joong-ki wows fans with rendition of 'Our Times'
South Korean heartthrob Song Joong-ki, the star of the mega-hit TV drama "Descendants of the Sun," wowed fans in Taiwan as he showed up on the stage wearing roller skates and sang the theme song of Taiwanese romance film "Our Times" at a fan meeting in Taipei Saturday.
 
Golden winner
Singer Julia Peng (彭佳慧) and her son pose for a photo at the red carpet event for the 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei on Saturday, June 25.
 
A Taiwanese company fashions paper from marble
In an age when environmental conservation and sustainable technology are increasingly relevant to our daily lives, the manufacturing process of products we take for granted often needs to start from the ground up.
 
Local app offers a shortcut for first-time parents
What's baby saying? A team in Taiwan made an app to tell parents if their baby is hungry, tired, in pain or needs a fresh diaper.
 
South Korean heartthrob Song Joong-ki, the star of the mega-hit TV drama "Descendants of the Sun," said Friday he will sing the theme song of Taiwanese romance film "Our Times" at his long-anticipated fan meeting in Taipei on Saturday.
 
The Hakka Affairs Council (客委會) held a tea on Wednesday to honor artists nominated for a Golden Melody Award (金曲獎) in the Hakka music categories.
 
Dutch architects, Taiwan dreams
Contemporary Dutch architecture differs greatly from the buildings of the 17th century golden age, such as the Dutch Anping Fort (Fort Zeelandia) in Tainan City. At that time, buildings made of bricks and stone were mostly geometric, each serving one specific function: military, commercial or medical. By contrast, modern buildings are abstract, asymmetrical, concept-based and unpredictable. More importantly, they are polyvalent, meaning that they can be used for a variety of functions without any adjustment being required to the building itself.
 
Professor William Theodore de Bary of Columbia University, who was named the winner of the Tang Prize in Sinology, has led a paradigm shift in Chinese studies in the West, scholars said Monday.
 
Professor William Theodore de Bary of Columbia University, winner of the 2016 Tang Prize in Sinology, said that Taiwan has done well to preserve Confucianism, a key element of Chinese culture and the focus of his lifetime study.
 
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