A Full Guide to Surfing in Taiwan

Few people used to surf in Taiwan but oh how the tides have turned. With great spots popping up like a pro on a short board, we give you the low down on surfing in Taiwan.

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Asia Pride Games Set to Open in Taipei

The starting gun is about to go off on the highly anticipated queer sporting event. Here’s all you need to know.

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Taitung Coast Inspires Grammy-Award Winning Album Art

Li Jheng-han and Yu Wei took home the Grammy for Best Recording Package for a clever abstract design that looks very familiar to us.

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Black as Night and Sweet as Love: The Flavor of Taiwanese Coffee

Taiwan used to be the largest coffee producer in East Asia. And now, Taiwanese coffee beans brew coffee with the most unique aroma that favored by coffee drinkers all over the world.

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6 Last-Minute Taipei Hikes You Can Do in a Day

Because sometimes you just want to get up and go, we picked 6 wilder hikes near Taipei that don’t require you to lug along your camping gear.

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Is Taiwan Really Going to Reduce Quarantine to 3 Days? 

The CECC’s Chen Shih-chung has outlined plans to gradually reduce quarantine on arrival from 10 days to 3. Here’s what you need to know.

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8 Things You Didn’t Know about the Dajia Mazu Pilgrimage

You might already know that the Dajia Mazu pilgrimage is a huge deal in Taiwan. Here’s what else you sho knowing.

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5 Rising Female Taiwan Singers You Should Be Playing On Repeat

We take a dive into the deep wellspring of female talent to bring you some our current favorites from the Taiwan scene.

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How Taiwanese Coffee is Stimulating Sustainable Farming

Coffee, an important cash crop during the early 20th century, is making a comeback in Taiwan and energizing sustainable farming in the process.

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