Indigenous Culture, not Food, is Taiwan’s Top Tourist Attraction

Robbins, who hails from Los Angeles, is an expert on Taiwan’s indigenous peoples. In 2005, she set up Tribe-Asia, a website that features indigenous handicrafts and cultural tours to indigenous communities.

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A Dialogue Between Ingredients and Cuisine Interview With Taiwanippon Chef, Tatsuya Ono

In the restaurant, Taiwanippon (赤綠), it’s a cinch that there’ll be customers there from at least two countries: Taiwan and Japan, and, indeed, the cuisine here has helped build a friendship that transcends national boundaries.

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First Dawn Flight, Tribal Rites and Beautiful Taitung: A Unique Way to Spend New Years in Taiwan

There are plenty of ways to experience New Years in Taiwan, but few will wind up being as unique, epic and culturally enlightening as a full day tour incorporating a private sunrise flight.

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Eight Great Taipei Hole-in-the-wall eateries

The late Anthony Bourdain was a huge fan of tiny, hard to find eateries located in hard to find places, and so are we. #Taiwan Scene visited eight completely unpretentious hole-in-the-wall restaurants totally worth exploring.

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Moving Mountains: An Australian Hiker Moves in Taipei

One of the things Ray appreciates most about living in Taipei is how easy it is to get out of Taipei without technically having to even leave the city.

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Beautiful Island: Taiwan is a Dream Location for Student Travel

Taiwan’s friendly people and unique combination of urban civilization and indigenous culture make it an ideal destination for experiential education. Two student leaders from America relate their story of leading a student travel group around Taiwan.

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Kenting? Ken Do! – Surf and Turf Eco-Fun in Taiwan’s Deep Tropical South

When the cool of late early winter settles in around Taipei and the seasonal rains come, and I find my skin looking ever more pasty-white, Kenting beckons. It takes up much of the southern tip of the island, is in the tropics – the rest of Taiwan island is subtropical – and always seems to be drenched in sunshine.

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