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Mayday's ready to rock, but is Taipei?
Music fans, Taipei citizens and city government officials alike are getting ready after Mayday (五月天), one of the Chinese-speaking world's biggest bands, made the surprise announcement that they would hold a free concert at a city park next week.
 
A zesty feast  of exotic spices
If you could have a weeklong getaway to one of the many exotic destinations in Southeast Asia, where would you like to go: Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia or Thailand? How about all of the above at Café at Far Eastern? Enjoy a famed all-you-can-eat culinary journey at Shangri-La's Far Eastern Plaza Hotel, Taipei (香格里拉台北遠東國際大飯店).....
 
Authentic Wagyu beef delights
Grand Mayfull Taipei (台北美福大飯店) is throwing a festival of the highest caliber for Wagyu beef every night from 6 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. at Palette (彩匯) until May 31.
 
Sakura season begins with a feast
Irodori (彩日本料理) is presenting a sakura-themed menu inspired by Hanami -- the long-standing Japanese tradition of welcoming spring. Also known as the "cherry blossom festival," this annual celebration is about appreciating the temporal beauty of nature and, by extension the seasonal ingredients.
 
Writing across borders
Taiwanese-American author Shawna Yang Ryan talks feminism, being lumped in with Amy Tan, returning to Taiwan and her latest work, "Green Island."
 
Taiwan artist Liao Chun-mu's works named top investment
A recent mainland Chinese publication has named the works of Taiwanese painter and calligrapher Liao Chun-mu (廖俊穆) as among the modern Chinese art with the most collection and investment value.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, March 18-25
Your guide for the weekend and week ahead.
 
Roji's shaved ice mixes Japanese and Taiwanese tastes
The playful and above all Instagrammable Roji opened its first branch in Taipei last week, on Civic Boulevard.
 
Minister Lee Yung-te (李永得) of Hakka Affairs Council attended the 2016 Hakka Literature award ceremony to give out the award to 30 outstanding recipients on March 4.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, March 11-18
A look at the best entertainment this weekend and week.
 
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