This week’s installment of Taiwan Tuesday focuses on language in Taiwan. Whether it’s in Mandarin, Taiwanese or English, communication reflects the beautiful island’s complicated roots.
The first leg of our trip was like a journey back in time. Photos from Hualien and Taiwan’s eastern coast.
In just a few days, my family will be boarding a plane for Taiwan. One of the reasons I really wanted to make this journey now, is that I’d like my boys to be able to see the island while they still have the eyes of children. I went to Taiwan for the first […]
They didn’t want to go at first, but
If you’re in the Bay Area, check out this exhibit at the Thoreau Center in the Presidio, featuring 38 emerging Asian American women artists.
10 Tips to brew a better pot of tea from one of Taiwan’s tea experts
Looking for something to do this weekend? Here’s a fun event that exposes kids to Taiwanese culture.
I headed up to San Francisco for the San Francisco Taiwanese American Cultural Festival, which takes place every May in Union Square. It is truly surreal and beautiful to see booths selling homemade traditional foods and schoolkids performing Chinese and Aboriginal dances, set against the backdrop of historic hotels and department stores. It’s a long way from the Taiwanese bazaars of my childhood,