12th Year of “White Fungus” Magazine: New Zealand Brothers’ Passion for Art Connects Taiwan with the World

  Saturday midnight. Section 4, Roosevelt Road, Taipei. Hipster-look people appeared from around, gathering outside the Korner nightclub, a creative space for electronic music and visual artists. They all lined up for the international release party of White Fungus magazine’s fifteenth issue, which featured New York performance artist Whitney Vangrin’s first-ever performance in Asia. Four Read More …

Taiwan: Five Education Priorities for the New Government

Columnist: David Willson David’s Beyonder Story This month for my column, I am shifting briefly away from corporate social responsibility. Education is a huge passion of mine, and has been for many years. I think that there is nothing more important in shaping the future of a young person, than their early education. In Taiwan, Read More …

American Photographer Making Taiwanese Cheese: I Have Faith in Taiwan’s Raw Milk

  Cheese has never really become part of local life in Taiwan, but in 2015, the first Taiwanese brand of cheese appeared on the market. American photographer, Henry Gerard, and his wife, Brenda Foung, have successfully brought knowledge from the West after countless trials and errors. Now they create unique Taiwan-flavored cheese with local raw Read More …

Hongkongese Couple Moved to Taiwan with their Handmade Bag Brand: We Made the Right Decision

  “Is it popular among Hongkongese to move to Taiwan?” It seems to be a common topic between Taiwanese and Hongkongese. So what’s the answer? In 2015, there were 6,900 Hongkongese moving to The U.S. and Canada; meanwhile, there were 7,500 Hongkongese applying for residence in Taiwan (an increase of 62% compared with 2014)*. While Read More …