Hana, a small crested bird, is an apparently cheery inhabitant of Lin Chi-sheng's (林啟生) Shilin studio. Launching off a length of hanging cord, Hana shot across the room a few times, finally landing on Lin's shoulder.
Had it not come with so specific a form, the story of Chiu Hsien-te (邱顯德) would be dismissed as the imagination of a novelist or a motivational movie scriptwriter.
Playing with Lego, the popular Denmark-made plastic construction toy, has been part of the collective childhood memories of Taiwanese people for decades.
Shaun Bettinson from the UK loves Taiwan. Some days it seems he could be the only one.
Anyone who has some interest in modern dance must know her. Sheu Fang-yi (許芳宜), a world-renowned dancer and performer, is described by the New York Times as the finest present day embodiment of Martha Graham's technique and tradition.
Despite the glamour of being among National Taiwan University's “five divas,” Joy Wu (吳依潔) forsook what looked set to be an easy ride to a career in entertainment, deciding instead to pursue professional journalism.
You have probably seen the young lady before on television and in newspapers during President Ma Ying-jeou's state visit to Africa this April.
2012/6/25, 2 Comments
The moment I heard the topic of dream catcher, the very person that appeared in my mind was Owen Wang (王希文).