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Made up of five migrant workers from Indonesia, boy band “The Mandalas” is using music to bridge the gap between local Taiwanese and the country’s growing South-east Asian community.
Macau’s greyhounds face an uncertain future as the city’s only legal dog-racing course shuts down.
Sixty-five years ago, these Korean War POWs were determined to be repatriated to the Republic of China on Taiwan. The price was a tattoo that proved their loyalty.
With the upcoming marriage equality referendum on everyone’s mind, Pride Parade-goers were asked to “vote for the rainbow”.
The Concentric Patriotism Alliance has evolved from an anti-communist organization to become Taiwan’s most zealous supporter of unification.
Forty years after the Zhongli Incident, former DPP chairman Hsu Hsin-liang revisits Taiwan's first step towards democracy.