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April 27, 2017

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Adam's Diary: What's on, April 8-15
Looking for something to do on the weekend? Adam's got you covered.
 
Explorer: 44 places to take your kids for free this weekend
Scores of museums, parks and other attractions islandwide are offering special deals, many of which are straight-up free admission for little ones.
 
Food review: Intimate kaiseki that won't break the bank
CobaSushi is a tiny restaurant in Ximending selling Kaiseki, a traditional Japanese multicourse dinner.
 
Adam's Diary: What's on, April 1-8
From Spring Scream to vintage markets, Adam's got your weekend and weekday entertainment covered.
 
The Archive: What was in The China Post on July 18, 1958?
We delve into a random edition from way back in CP's 65-year history. This week: Friday, July 18, 1958.
 
Mayday rocks Daan Forest Park
Mayday (五月天), one of the most popular rock bands in the Chinese-speaking world, came back to the venue where they first started 20 years ago to put on a free concert for fans.
 
20 Taiwanese get glimpse into unique Japanese tea ceremony
Around 20 Taiwanese participated in an Okinawan tea ceremony exchange and learned more about Okinawa's culture and traditions on Saturday.
 
Breaking away
Cyclists ride through the Xinyi District, photographed on Sunday, March 26, for the 2017 Tour de Taiwan.
 
Food review: This charming and discreet patisserie in Taipei is reinventing French classics
"Le Bleu Ballon: A Somewhat French-style Patisserie," reads the small sign in front of the shop, signaling a "deviance" from classic French offerings -- that something playful and unconventional is in store.
 
Explorer: Taipei's top 4 cafes for a lazy afternoon
I judge a coffee shop more by its ambiance than by its offerings of food and coffee.
 
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