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In the IT age, travelers heading from one place to another merely need to turn on their smartphones ...
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There’s a large tree in the second-floor exhibition area of the Taiwan Salt Museum. Many objec...
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Floating atop the briny crystallizing pond, the fleur de sel looks as delicate as paper. As Tsai &sh...
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In 2002 Taiwan’s last salt pans were abandoned, and the island’s 338-year history of pro...
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Like bright stars sparkling in the Milky Way, unique cultural spaces range across the length and bre...
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In the morning, she pulls on her gumboots and heads out to the orchard to pick tomatoes, and then to...
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What kind of oil is known in Chinese as “fire oil”? Youngsters in Taiwan may well have n...
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An old saying that alludes to the difficulties of childbirth runs: “A successful birth means s...
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Traditionally, the Chinese believed in seven essentials for any home: firewood (or charcoal), rice, ...
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Every April and May, the petals of the tung blossoms cover the ground like snow, giving off a gentee...
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