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A Michelin -recommended Hot pot
Taiwan gourmands won't need to travel to Hong Kong to enjoy King's Garden's acclaimed hot pot this month. The popular stew of meat and vegetables -- which has been shortlisted by the Michelin guide three years in a row and has also been declared the world's best hot pot by CNN -- is available at Regent Taipei's Mihan Honke restaurant from Jan. 11 to 14.
 
Get back to basics and read!
Reading on electronic devices may be convenient, but nothing can replicate the feeling of curling up with a book. To bring back the delight of reading books, EP-BOOKS (益品書屋) revolutionized the concept of traditional bookstores, opening doors in July 2015. The China Post had the pleasure of visiting the bookstore and chatting with chairman Steve Day (戴勝益). Here is an edited version of the conversation:
 
Developing an appreciation for culture
If you have had a chance to walk into the newly-completed "Path to The Future Library" (幸福森林圖書館) at Taipei Municipal XingAn Elementary School (臺北市立幸安國民小學), Daan District (大安區), you probably couldn't help but notice the smiles on the students' faces as they picked out their treasured stories in this nature-adorned, bright and mythically-themed setting.
 
Pop icon A-mei takes Utopia 2.0 to Kaohsiung
Pop icon A-mei (張惠妹) will perform a run of shows in Kaohsiung to mark the 20th anniversary of her entry to show biz, her agency announced yesterday.
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Lin Hwai-min, one of Taiwan's most important choreographers, sustained a bone fracture in a leg during a car accident last week, according to the Central News Agency.
 
The time to act is now
Taiwanese opera celebrity Yang Li-hua (楊麗花) dresses in costumes to promote her latest show, Wednesday, Dec. 28
 
Taichung official promotes arts in verse
Taichung City Government Cultural Affairs Bureau Director Wang Chih-cheng (王志誠), also known as poet Loo Han-siu (路寒袖), has offered his poetry and portraits for free to promote arts in the city.
 
Universal appeal?
New K-pop boy group UNIVERSE makes their debut in Taiwan, Wednesday, Dec. 21.
 
Yoh signs deal with Giants
Taiwanese baseball player Yoh Daikan (陽岱鋼), wearing the No.2 jersey of the Yomiuri Giants in the Nippon Professional Baseball, poses at a press conference held on Monday afternoon at the Imperial Hotel in Tokyo.
 
A design that can't be beak
Designer Vient Tsai (蔡行健) poses holding different sizes of small chicken-themed lanterns designed by himself at a press conference held on Monday by the Taipei City Department of Information and Tourism to unveil the lanterns to be given away at the 2017 Taipei Lantern Festival.
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