Riding a Scooter in Taiwan (Part One): Safety Guide and Rental Instructions

Scooters are an important mode of transportation that many Taiwanese rely on everyday. Check our guide before you start your scooter experience in Taiwan!

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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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Spring into Action: Five Diversified Tours to Explore Taipei

Spring is truly the best time to visit Taiwan. We’ve hand-selected five tours for visitors to Taipei that show different sides of the city. Enjoy!

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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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Taiwan Pride 2019: 5 ways to celebrate with Taipei’s LGBTQ community

How can you make the most of both the experience of Taiwan Pride and your trip to the island? With knowledgeable LGBTQ-friendly guides and private-to-small group sizes, MyTaiwanTour offers a uniquely local Pride experience that shows off the best of Taipei history, culture, drinking and dancing.

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Ultimate Taipei LGBT Map

On our LGBT map you’ll find a colorful selection of our top queer picks in Taipei of millions. From bars and boutiques to clubs and cafes, there’s plenty to explore. What are you waiting for?

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Pride Hopping this Fall? Here’s Why Taiwan Should Be Your First and Only Stop

Taiwan Pride is one of the rising stars of this movement. This year the annual pride parade takes place in Taipei on October 26. Here are a few things to learn about the Taiwan Pride before the parade.

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Not Another Hipster Café : Taipei’s Old-School Coffee Shops

Taipei has become a paradise for coffee lovers. Here, we explore five coffee shops that have remained standing in Taipei since as early as the end of World War II.

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Making their voice heard: indie group TUDI-VOICE is highlighting inequality and social issues across Taiwan

Taiwan Scene chatted to indie group ,TUDI-VOICE, about their hometown, Changhua, their process and what we can expect from them at 2019 World Music Festival.

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Teacher’s Day in Taiwan: A Modern Take on a Confucian Tradition

September 28 is the birthday of Confucius, the founder of Confucianism, and appropriately it is also celebrated as Teachers’ Day in Taiwan. On his birthday, people in Taiwan pay tribute to the great educator to remind us to always uphold and maintain the traditional virtue of respecting our teachers.

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