1988 / 7月
If, starting from Taiwan, you dug a hole straight through the center of the earth to the opposite side, where would you end up? You'd surface in Paraguay, South America. There you'll find a city which has the highest concentration of overseas Chinese in the world.
"Wherever you find Chinese people, you'll find Sinorama" has long been our goal. In this issue, Sinorama's editing team not only brings you "A Close-up of Ken Huang" for "Chinese in the Spotlight," but also "Bridgehead Visited" as this month's cover story.
As the Government opens up the market on a large scale, and tariffs have been reduced, more and more businessmen from around the world are entering the market with a variety of products. What is it that makes Taiwan a great market on which all eyes seem to be fixed?
As people on Taiwan enjoy famous products from around the world some are a bit anxious and ask when will famous masters of the art world come to visit. What's the potential of Taiwan's cultural market? Where do the problems lie? These are questions "Getting Acculturated" aims to cover.
The 1988 Olympics are right around the corner, and our best "troops" are preparing at the Tsoying Sports Training Center for the final battle. Besides baseball and taekwondo, we will also report on weight lifting and table tennis next month. You'll be sure to find "Drawing Patients from Afar," which reports on the varied uses of acupuncture, very informative.