Art & Culture
Eat & Drink
Sitting Pretty: Fabrica, the Chair Cafe
This post is sponsored by Fabrica. Ever fancied just sitting down and dining in one of those Ikea showrooms? Well now you can — [...]
August 27, 2013
Eclectic Singer Björk Comes to Twinkle Rock Festival
This post is sponsored by Very Aspect 有象文化. If you’re a fan of creative music, then get excited, because this summer Taiwan has [...]
July 26, 2013
The Grass is Greener at Nester
“Eat Grass”(吃草), says the restaurant sign above your head. Want to take a guess at what this restaurant sells? If you’re thinking [...]
June 05, 2013
ARTSY APRIL: “Crossing You in Style” at Moon River Cafe
Amidst the emergence of smart phones and tablets, a lot of us are forgetting the tranquility and satisfaction that a simple paperback [...]
April 18, 2013
Hot and Spicy: A Guide to Korean Food in Taipei
Ever since the rise of Korean drama and pop music that started in the early 2000s, Taiwan has been experiencing what’s called a “Korean [...]
March 26, 2013
Creative Generator: Fun in the House with Funfuntown
A version of this post (written in Chinese) originally appeared on vvieu. Most people seem to possess an innate ability for home decor. [...]
March 12, 2013
World of Colors: Flower Festivals in Taiwan
The days are getting longer and bright colors have begun to dot the landscapes again. Yes, it’s spring once more, and with it comes the [...]
March 11, 2013
“Man Zhe Die”: What Your Father Doesn’t Know…
The art of naming restaurants can be a tricky business; you want the name to stand out so it will evoke people’s interests. Oftentimes, [...]
February 26, 2013
Smangus: A Peek into Aboriginal Atayal Life
Looking for for a remote escape from city life? Look no further than Smangus (司馬庫斯), one of the most remote getaway spots you can find [...]
January 24, 2013
Oh! Sweet: The Decadent Flavors of Love
This post is sponsored by Oh! Sweet Gourmet Brownies & Cookies. Sweet with a tinge of salt, dense yet refreshing; these are the [...]
January 08, 2013
Show More Stories
Newsletter Sign Up
Subscribe to our newsletter
25 Taiwanese Movies You Must See Before You Die
From the growth of Taiwanese cinema to the New Wave, the Second New Wave and the revival, these 25 films defined the cinema of Taiwan.
Here’s What Drink Concoction You Should Order At Each Tea Shop
Hot sultry summers are best enjoyed on the rocks.
5 Bars in Taiwan Rank In First Asia’s 50 Best Bars Awards
Alchemy, Woo Taipei and TCRC in Tainan all rank in the regional spin off of the World's 50 Best Bar Awards compiled by Drinks International.
The Definitive Guide To Everything You Must Eat At Taichung’s Yizhong Street Night Market
With a young and hip scene that is bustling well before the sun's down and school's out, Yizhong's known for more than just academics.
7 Captivating Graffiti Pieces From Pow! Wow! Taiwan You Must See
Scattered throughout Taiwan from Taipei to Tainan, these are the works by a mix of Taiwanese and other globally renowned street artists.
The Best Of
Taipei: Top Bars
Never fear if a six-pack of Taiwan Beer isn’t your idea of a good night of drinking; Taipei’s flourishing bar scene caters [...]
Where For Art Though? A Guide To Taipei’s Best Contemporary Art Galleries
Brooding back-alley autonomy and interdisciplinary innovations render the country's contemporary art scene vibrant and wholly unique.
Taipei: Guide to Songshan
Meet the lush, more subdued sister to the dizzying spectacle of Dongqu.
Enter the Shida neighborhood, and you'll find a labyrinth of alleys of white brick residential buildings overgrown with vines and shrubs.