Japanese Boutique Donuts in Taiwan Aim at Authentic Taste that Never Changes

  If you are a donut connoisseur living in Taiwan or Japan, you must have heard of the independent Japanese donut brand “Haritts.” Acclaimed by CNN as “a new genre of Japanese donuts,” Haritts’ donuts don’t feature colorful coatings, but serve subtler and less-saccharine flavors. The chewy texture, yeasty fragrance, and delicate powdered sugar all 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 …