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Mayday gives Hong Kong a gift at last concert
Taiwanese band Mayday performed 10 concerts at Hong Kong Coliseum on their Mayday Life Tour, taking their last bow on Tuesday. Mayday's lineup of guest performers included Alan Tam (譚詠麟), Richie Jen (任賢齊), "Love off the Cuff" actors Shawn Yue (余文樂) and Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) and other stars of Hong Kong.
 
Now you can pay final respects to Chu Ke-liang with an extended cut of his final movie
Chu Ke-liang's last bow on the silver screen, "Hanky Panky," will be rereleased in theaters Friday with never-before-seen footage -- but for one day only.
 
Three ways you can be a farmer right in Taipei
Got a green thumb or just want to get your hands dirty? Even if you're stuck in Taipei, you can still reap what you sow.
 
Final bow for Chu Ke-liang
The curtain finally closed for Taiwanese King of Comedy Chu Ke-liang on Tuesday.
 
New to Taiwan? Here's a safe taste of it
It doesn't have the grit of the night market, but maybe that's what you want.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, May 13-20
Looking for something to do on the weekend? Adam's got you covered.
 
Street Food Guide: A stroll through Tonghua Night Market
Tonghua Night Market is much smaller than the likes of Shilin and Raohe Street, but here you can find all the typical night market fare -- and it is much less crowded.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, May 6-13
Your entertainment guide for the weekend and weekdays ahead.
 
Lead-character mold-maker works to preserve past
Chang Chieh-kuan (張介冠), the owner of the last Chinese character letterpress and the last lead-character mold-maker in Taiwan, has long dreamed about passing on his work so that the dying technique of which he is a master practitioner can be preserved for the younger generation.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, April 29-May 6
Your weekend -- and weekday -- entertainment guide.
 
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