In the Name of the Father: Shadow Legends Drama Group Carrying on Taiwan’s Shadow Puppetry Theater Traditions in Taipei

It is the mission of Taipei’s Shadow Legends Drama Group (影子傳奇劇團) to help preserve Taiwan’s shadow play theater traditions.

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A Reason for Migrant Workers to Stay

1 out of 33 people in Taiwan today is a migrant worker. Chen and Zhang have long been devoted to their empowerment and providing them essential services.

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The Muslim Experience in Taipei

Dr. Ibrahim Chao (趙錫麟) discusses the origins of Taiwan’s Muslim community and today’s travel experience for Muslims both local and from afar.

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Gay Couple’s Fatherhood Dreams

The legalization of same-sex marriage will reach its one-year anniversary in May of this year, marking an important milestone for human rights not only in Taiwan, but also in the world.

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Traditional Folk Acrobatics: Bringing Taipei to New Heights

Learn more about the history and development of traditional folk acrobatics with our special interviewees.

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Coronavirus Update: Taiwan’s Facemask Rationing Website is Now Available in English

No worries if you can’t read Chinese.

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228: A Day in Taiwan’s History that should to be Remembered

Let us remember 228 in an effort to ensure that history does not repeat itself.

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[Taiwan Insider] Reaching New Heights: A Guide to Taipei 101

“Taipei 101 is not just a landmark for people in Taipei and Taiwan. It’s also a spiritual symbol and guide”

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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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