"Do Not Say We Have Nothing" by Madeleine Thien, a Canadian author of Chinese descent, has been named as winner of this year's Governor-General's Award for English-language fiction, it was announced Tuesday.
Hsieh Hao-ni holds up a toy at a book signing in Kaohsiung, Tuesday. Hsieh, who was a fan of Nintendo video games as a child, later became a game designer for the company.
Italy has always been a synonym for "good food," offering an unmistakable explosion of flavors, scents and aromas. Aside from having pizza and spaghetti, the Mediterranean country also proposes an immense variety of different regional dishes and recipes which are presented at Bencotto At Mandarin Oriental, Taipei.
Teenagers and students were eager to take part in activities, including a cosplay party and a mini anime concert on Sunday, the Comics and Anime Day in the PHILATAIPEI 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition.
When was the last time you have had a vacation so rejuvenating, it lingered on and enabled you to recollect once forgotten sparks of passion after you have returned to the daily grind?
A total of 16 special mailboxes painted with symbols and images from Taiwan's 16 indigenous tribes were unveiled Saturday at the PHILATAIPEI 2016 World Stamp Championship Exhibition in Taipei.
Two people wearing sumo wrestler costumes pose near Bitan River in Xindian District, New Taipei City on Saturday, Oct. 22. They were among the 5,000 or so people who joined a Sumo Run race hosted by Tigerair Taiwan.
The organizers of the first museum dedicated to Taiwanese "comfort women" said that they are still soliciting donations from the public, as they are NT$10 million (US$314,505) short of the needed funds.
Shin Kong Life Foundation (SKLF) and Shin Kong Life jointly present the international charity night run event "Run in The Dark" in Taipei. All 6,000 spots were already taken for the run slated to begin at 7 p.m. on Nov. 12 at Dajia Riverside Park.
Have you ever been invited to a princess party? If not, then you can join the "Elegant Gathering of the Princess" and discover the culture of appreciating and collecting art at the Mongol Yuan Court. Held at the National Palace Museum (國立故宮博物院) until Dec. 26, the exhibit recalls a high-society meeting organized by a prominent Mongolian princess by the name of Sengge Ragi at Tianqing Temple south of the capital Dadu (modern day Beijing) on April 28, 1323.