The Tainan City government said Tuesday it will invite Japanese Olympic table tennis medalist Ai Fukuhara (福原愛) to serve as its tourism spokesperson next year.
With winter bringing chillier weather, Shin Kong Mitsukoshi (SKM, 新光三越) is no longer just a place to shop, but also a place to share and cherish the warming love of the upcoming holiday season.
Over the past decade, many food connoisseurs and healthy eating enthusiasts around the world have heard, watched or read about the charming British celebrity chef Jamie Oliver. This year, he has come to Taiwan.
This photo shows the fully-lit Christmas tree at the Grand Hotel Taipei on Thursday, Dec. 1.
Howard Beach Resort Kenting, located in Kenting National Park in southern Taiwan, has been named the most luxurious resort hotel in the 2016 World Luxury Hotel Awards.
The National Palace Museum (NPM) will officially allow limited photography and recording of certain artifacts in exhibition areas at its branches in Taipei and Chiayi from Dec. 2, after a three-month trial ends on Dec. 1, NPM Deputy Director Lee Ching-hui said Monday.
The ceremony for the Golden Horse Film Festival, one of the most prestigious film festivals in the Chinese-speaking world, will be held Saturday in Taipei, in which 47 films will compete for titles in 22 categories.
Work to build the main lantern for the 2017 Taiwan Lantern Festival broke ground in the southern county of Yunlin on Friday.
Tam Han-je, an undergraduate student at the Chinese Culture University Department of Optoelectric Physics, is seen in this photo provided by the university on Wednesday, Nov. 23. Tam captured a rare photo showing the docking of Chinese space laboratory Tiangong-2 and Chinese spacecraft Shenzhou 11, while on the roof of a building at the university on Nov. 17. The photo was published by the website spaceweather.com.
Ancient China not only saw profound cultural developments within its borders, but also influenced the varied nations that surrounded it, especially during the Wan-Li Era (萬曆) of the Ming Dynasty (明朝) -- from the 16th century to the early 17th century. Many of these influences are still visible in the present day.