Taiwan

The tea industry in Taiwan started in the 1660s. (Image:  pixabay /  CC0 1.0)

Oolong: The Health Drink of Taiwan

Living a healthy lifestyle is one of the secrets to a happier and fulfilling life. Thanks to globalization, healthy food has been shared across nations and regions. Superfoods such as Mangosteen found mainly in Southeast Asia, olive oil in the…

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A Beautiful Wisteria Garden in Taiwan

While many cherry trees are still in full bloom, wisteria trees in Taiwan have begun to flourish across the country in the spring. Among them are those in the Wisteria…

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The Charming Lover’s Lake in Taiwan

Lover’s Lake (情人湖) is a natural highland lake on the outskirts of Keelung, the most northern port city in Taiwan. Located on the top of Dawulun Mountain (大武崙山), the entire…

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A Guide to Taiwan’s Sun Moon Lake

A long time ago, men of the Thao Tribe went on a hunt. They spotted a deer, followed it, and chased it. In their pursuit of the animal, they stumbled…

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Oolong: The Health Drink of Taiwan

Living a healthy lifestyle is one of the secrets to a happier and fulfilling life. Thanks to globalization, healthy food has been shared across nations and regions. Superfoods such as…

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Many Traveled Home to Taiwan for Election

On January 7, the Central Election Commission of Taiwan announced that more than 19.3 million voters were registered to vote in the election on January 11. The election attracted a…

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Traditional Stone Houses in Taiwan’s Matsu Islands

Besides its natural beauty and amazing military tunnels, another striking feature of  Taiwan ‘s Matsu Archipelago is its traditional stone house villages. Among them are Qinbi Village (芹壁聚落) in Beigan (北竿), Jinsha…