Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….

Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….

Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….

Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….

Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….

Night Markets in Taiwan

Night Markets are Central to Taiwanese Culture

Night Markets are a central part of Taiwanese culture. Night Markets play an important role in Taiwanese social culture. It is a place where anyone can go to eat, shop, meet and see friends and enjoy a bustling environment.

Dragon Boat Festival Taiwan

The Dragon Boat Festival is a major festival celebrated in Taiwan. Once a year, many dragon boat competitions take place around Taiwan cities. It is celebrated on the fifth day of the fifth lunar month. This year, the national holiday falls on Monday 6th June 2011. Chinese New Year and the Moon Festival are the…

2011 Taipei World Design Expo counts down

The 2011 Taipei World Design Expo is one of the largest events organised in Asia. The organisers are already in preparations for the month long event, which will take place from September 30th until October 30th 2011. A design event where about one million will take part in the show. Representatives from Government organisations, the…

COMPUTEX TAIPEI 2011 starts on May 31

COMPUTEX TAIPEI is the second largest information and communications technology (ICT) trade show in the world, next to CeBIT in Germany. The event will be held at the Taipei World Trade Centre (TWTC) in Taipei. The show will kick off on May 31 and finish on June 4. Over 120,000 visitors, including 40,000 overseas visitors…

Kenting was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan

Kenting National Park is tropical and beautiful and popular with tourists Kenting National Park is located in the southernmost part of Taiwan. Last year, Kenting National Park was voted the most visited National Park in Taiwan. The second most visited was Taipei’s Yangmingshan National Park and the third was Taroko National Park in eastern Taiwan….

High sales reported for Mother’s Day in Taiwan

Mother’s Day in Taiwan Second Sunday in May (May 8th 2011) Many shops and restaurants have benefited from extra sales for Mother’s Day. A high end department store in Taipei showed sales to be as high as NT$1.28 billion in a short period of only 6 hours on Friday. The department store reported that this…

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea is a success in London

Taiwan’s Pearl Milk Tea, also known as Bubble Milk Tea is becoming more widely known and popular in London. A British investment banker, Assad Khan first tasted the Taiwanese bubble tea in New York 6 years ago. When he returned to London he was not able to find the drink easily. At the start of…

Southern Taiwan experiences an influx of Foreigners

Taiwan’s Tourism Industry Taiwan has been experiencing a massive influx of Mainland Chinese visitors. Hotels and other businesses are rushing to cater for the increase in demand. Kaohsiung, Southern Taiwan has especially been popular as a tourist destination. Many hotels are experiencing an increasing amount of Mainlanders that have recently come to Kaohsiung and they…

Events coming up this week in Taiwan

There are many events and shows happening in Taipei this week such as Secutech which showcases all you need to know about business security. The Taipei Flora Expo only runs until 25th April so, you have until this Monday to take a visit. In Kaohsiung, The Kaohsiung Spring Arts Festival is still taking place. For tickets…

Kaohsiung an eco-city leader in Taiwan

Kaohsiung, Taiwan’s second largest city, has emerged as an eco-city leader in Taiwan. In the 1990s, Kaohsiung had over 6,000 factories, which was fueling much of the pollution. In such a short time period, Kaohsiung has been transformed. Kaohsiung’s Air Quality Through these measures, Kaohsiung’s air quality has shown big improvements and very quickly too….