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The Ghost Festival Celebrations in Taiwan

The seventh lunar month, which falls between August 22 and September 19 this year, is a very important month for people living in Taiwan...

A Parade and Great Fanfare for the 2017 Summer Universiade in Taiwan

Hosted by Taiwan for the first time, the 2017 Summer Universiade — with the theme of “For You, For Youth” — was held in Taipei...

The Nanhai Education Park in Taiwan

Located on Nanhai Road in the Zhongzheng District of Taipei City, the Nanhai Education Park (南海學園) is a compound consisting of cultural and educational...

A Small Township in Taiwan Features ‘Doctor Fish Foot Spas’

Usually referred to as one of the eight spectacles of Lanyang (蘭陽八景), Jiaoxi (礁溪) is home to a renowned hot spring. Extremely rich in...

An Amazing Art Garden in Taiwan

The Wann Ying Art Garden (萬景藝苑 or "Ten-thousand-View Art Garden"), as its name suggests, is a magnificent art garden with numerous exhibits for visitors to...

The Toastmasters Clubs Featuring Learning, Happiness and Fun

Nicknamed the Rainy Port, Keelung is a major port city with ethnic and cultural diversity in northern Taiwan. Many people living in this port city believe that...

The Beautiful Lighthouses of Taiwan

As the world's 22nd largest economy with a land area of approximately 14,400 square miles (36,000 km2), Taiwan is the world’s 39th largest island. It is about 245 miles...

The Beautiful Fugui Cape in Taiwan

Situated at the northernmost tip of Taiwan island, Fugui Cape (富貴角) was originally called “Dabin (打賓)” or “Dabian (打鞭),” and was described as “hoek”...

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