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Best Cycling Routes Around Taipei

We asked Taiwan cycling expert Luka Furjan for his top favorite day rides around Taipei. Join […]

A Disappearing National Treasure: The Extinction of the Formosan Black Bear

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The Formosan black bear (Ursus Thibetanus Formosansus) – Taiwan’s largest predator and land animal – is endemic to Taiwan and cannot be found anywhere else in the world. The “Moon bear,” aptly named after its distinctive white crescent marking on its chest, has sat majestically atop Taiwan’s ecosystem throughout the ages. But in recent years, its reign has been usurped by the encroachment of modern man, who has continuously illegally poached the bears, severely exploited them, and driven them from their natural habitat. Hence, these bears have been pushed to near extinction.

Travelling with an Open Mind: A Guide

“LIFE IS AN ADVENTURE OF PASSION, RISK, DANGER, LAUGHTER, BEAUTY, LOVE; A BURNING CURIOSITY TO […]

Superstition: East Meets West

It’s easy to mistake the spread of consumer culture and capitalism across the globe with […]

Yosifu: The True Voice of Taiwan

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Yosifu is a man who smiles warmly and frequently, and glows with an easy confidence. […]

Taiwan’s Famous Tea Regions: A Brief Exploration of Tradition, Terroir and Taste

The story of good tea has it all: biodiversity, cultural diversity, health, livelihoods, agriculture, trade, […]

The Five Quintessential Qualities of a Taiwan Teahouse

A Permanent Fixture in a Changing City Although hipster coffee shops have taken Taipei by […]

Love Where You Live – Part One

This is the first part of a series which explores the relationship we develop with […]

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