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Taipei’s Cultural Hub: Huashan (華山) 1914
In recent years, Taipei has started on a path of artistic development. One example, Huashan 1914, is a shining beacon of the [...]
March 12, 2013
Style & Comfort: An Interview with VVG’s Grace Wang
The VVG Group’s name is an acronym for “very, very good,” but over the last 14 years these three letters have come to embody a [...]
November 22, 2012
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A Barista’s Guide to Taipei’s Best Coffeehouses
Indie coffeehouses have popped up throughout Taipei in recent years, but many of them are simply hastily put-together shops trying to [...]
City543 x Yelp: Ranking Taipei’s Best Beef Noodle Soup Restaurants
Over the course of two bloated lunches, we selected a who’s who of beef noodle soup and judged them based on taste.
Learn Useful, Colloquial Chinese With Trending Taiwan’s Fun Chinese Crash Course Video Series
If you want to learn colloquial Chinese, then you should be watching Trending Taiwan's Chinese Crash Course.
Forget About The Forbes’ Lists, Here Are 9 Great Things About Taiwan
Is Taiwan a developed country? We’ll let you be the judge of that. Taiwan actually has a lot more merit than you might give it credit for.
Naked Market, Taiwan’s First Package-free Supermarket, Opens In Taipei
The store allows customers to purchase the precise amount of an ingredient they need.
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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.