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WHO Stops Censoring the Word ‘Taiwan’ Following Internet Backlash

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently activated a filter on its Facebook page that blocked words like "Taiwan" and "China." After netizens criticized the...

A Magnificent Floral Festival in Taiwan

Featuring Alice’s Adventure in Flowerland, the much anticipated 2020 Xinshe Sea of Flowers and Taichung International Flower Carpet Festival are once again wowing visitors...

Economic Talks in Washington Strengthen US-Taiwan Relations

On Friday, Nov. 20, Taiwan officials participated in the island state’s first Economic Prosperity Partnership (EPP) Dialogue with the United States in Washington, D.C. Recent...

The Innocent Macaque Monkeys of Taichung

Uncle Guo, who grew up in Dakeng, Taichung, as a farmer's son, often chased off the Taiwanese macaque monkeys to protect his orchard from...

A Beautiful Agarwood Museum in Taiwan

ChengLin Agarwood Forest Museum is located at Yunlin County’s Huwei Township in southern Taiwan. Covering an area of 5.8 hectares (14.3 acres), the forest...

MacArthur’s Post-War Years and His Prediction Before Death (Part 2)

This is part 2 in a series about Douglas MacArthur. Part 1 can be found here. At the end of 1963, Douglas MacArthur received Chiang...

The Traditional Virtue of Filial Piety Is Well Preserved in Taiwan

Well goes an old saying: “Of all virtues, filial piety is the first (百善孝為先).”  Filial piety is a traditional virtue of respecting and caring...

White House Warns Taiwan of Potential Chinese Invasion

White House National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien has warned Taiwan to prepare for a possible Chinese invasion. Some political experts believe that China could...

Which Place is Better to Learn Chinese, Beijing or Taiwan?

With China poised to become the No. 1 superpower economy in the world, there has never been a better time to learn Chinese. However,...

Taiwan’s Caoling Historic Trail With Its Many Distinctive Sights

The Caoling Historic Trail is located in the mountainous area of Gukeng Township in southern Taiwan’s Yunlin County. The trail is famous not only...

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Parler CEO Lashes Out at Big Tech for Censoring Content

John Matze, the CEO of social media platform Parler, recently lashed out against Big Tech like Twitter and Facebook, saying that the censorship activities...

Waste Fishing Gear Threatens Ganges Wildlife

Waste fishing gear in the Ganges River poses a threat to wildlife including otters, turtles, and dolphins, new research shows. The study says entanglement in...

China Using LinkedIn to Recruit Spies

The Chinese government is using LinkedIn profiles to hire spies, says James Olson, who has spent 30 years working for the CIA and is...

Election Fraud Evidence: Invalid Residential Addresses and Fraudulent Mail-In Ballots

The FBI has asked election integrity researcher, Matt Braynard, to provide proof of voter fraud committed during the 2020 presidential elections. The evidence has...