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Owned by the same family for three generations, Te Feng Lumber Company has survived nearly 80 years ...
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What comes to mind when you hear the name “muay Thai”? Despite its reputation for feroci...
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Ahronglong Sakinu, author of the books The Sage Hunter, Wind Walker, and Grandpa’s Ocean, is t...
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What does “black kid” mean? Interpretations depend on whom you ask. Some say it refers t...
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Taiwan is home to some 540,000 “new immigrants,” about 20,000 of whom live in Ping­t...
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Renowned for its liberal approach to education, National Hsin­chu Senior High School has produce...
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The Taiwan Railway Administration’s Pu­yuma Express races along the East Rift Valley. We g...
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An old fishing harbor that is nearing its centennial, Nan­fang’ao is at a crossroads. Like...
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Mankind’s connection with the sea allows the concepts of conservation of natural resources, pr...
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The car wends its way along a winding mountain road, flanked by verdant forests and bathed in warm s...
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