Ri Xing Type Foundry: Fresh Impressions of a Fading Legacy

Located on a quiet alley near Taipei Main Station, Ri Xing Type Foundry (日星鑄字行), founded in 1960s, is still casting the fading memories of Taipei.

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[Taiwan Insider] Behind the Scenes at the National Palace Museum

Taiwan Scene sat down with the director of National Palace Museum to discover the secrets behind the museum’s hidden treasures.

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Rui-Cheng Embroidered Red Calabash Passed down Through Five Generations of Warm Winter

Rui-Cheng Handmade Cotton Quilt Shop is a 130-year-old shop localed in Shilin night market in Taipei. Check out their story behind the history.

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Hoshing Pastry Shop: Unrolling over 70 Years of Delicious Treats

Shanghai Hoshing Pastry Shop (上海合興糕糰店) has been making traditional pastry in Nanmen market for more than 70 years, and it’s the traditional tastes like those offered at Hoshing that always remind people of home and a great memories of Lunar New Year.

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Brian Tseng Has Opened Taipei’s First-ever Fulltime Bilingual Comedy Club

Two Three Comedy is ready to tickle your funny bone on Linsen North Road! Join Brian Tseng (博恩) from the Night Night Show (博恩夜夜秀) to find out what’s “fun” in Taipei!

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Street Smarts: Capturing Taipei Street Scenes with Flaneur

A single street can tell you lots about a city. Follow Fabian, the editor-in-chief of Flaneur Magazine, to know the streets you must explore in Taipei.

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Travel Insider: MyTaiwanTour Tour Guide Gordon

Gordon shared his experience of being a tour guide with Taiwan Scene and gave us a perfect summary of his career: “My job is like taking on a super mission every day. We listen to people’s stories, help them find their old memories and create a new chapter of their lives.”

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