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

No worries if you can’t read Chinese.

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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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More Than Calligraphy: Hsu Yung-Chin, a Calligrapher Combining Old and New

Hsu Yung-Chin, a contemporary Taiwanese calligraphy artist, breaks free from the conventions of inscription, elevating calligraphy to a different level with its flowing and agile strokes.

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Pick Up Your Weapon, Even If It’s a Pen: A Conversation with Taipei Illustrator A ee mi

A ee mi, a young illustrators who just started a career in Taipei, uses her creations to raise public awareness regarding social issues with her pen, leading an artistic trend in Taipei that shows people the true power of art.

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Nymphia Wind Shares Her Thoughts on Taiwan’s Rising Drag Scene

Though ten plus years ago drag was more of a foreigner’s game, now there are more locals doing it. Taiwan Scene had the pleasure of sitting with Nymphia Wind, the freshest new drag acts in Taipei, to take about Taiwan’s Rising Drag Scene.

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Breaking into the Mainstream: Meet the Spanish B-boy Helping to Grow Hip-hop Dance Culture in Taipei

You would be forgiven for not knowing much about Taipei’s breaking scene. But for Spainish b-boy Krishna, it is alive in Taipei and a subculture that is very much on the rise.

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Here’s all you need to know about the 2019 Taiwan LGBT Pride Parade

East Asia’s biggest LGBTQ parade is just around the corner and set to march into Taipei on Saturday 26 October 2019. Here’s all you need to know about Taiwan Parade.

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Language of love: indigenous R&B singer ABAO on Paiwanese music

Taiwan Scene chatted with ABAO, indigenous R&B singer, about indigenous music in Taiwan, what it is to be Paiwanese and World Music Festival.

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