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DJ A-Tao keeps the wax spinning as he returns to the fundamentals
Following the outbreak of a sex scandal last year, nightlife in Taiwan has been marred by connotations of unscrupulous debauchery and excess, with the suspect's trial and conviction, and gory details of his crimes covered in great detail by the media.
Father, entrepreneur works hard to decrease number of missing children
Every year, an estimated 8 million children go missing. As a loving father, Johnny Fang is no stranger to parental anxiety.
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In order to better serve the vegetarian food market, 29-year-old Alex Lai has come up with the idea of serving “Vegetarian luwei” (滷味), and plans to put it on the market in about three months.
Sports news anchorman pursues baseball dream
“During the process of chasing my baseball dream, I fall down all the time,” baseball player Lo Kuo-chen (羅國禎) said.
A humble travel “exchange diary” becomes much more
It all began small. It now is far from that. Liu Chia-wen and Peng Shang-ting, the administrators behind the Facebook page “England Observing Diary (英國觀察日記),” have been sharing their extraordinary observations centered on London and Leeds for four years.
'A modern story teller with an old soul'
It is said that despite their difficult relationship, French novelist Alexandre Dumas, pere once told his son and writer of equal stature, Alexandre Dumas, fils: “You are my best work.”
Housewife fights for soldiers' well-being in the military
The recent row over the death of Army Corporal Hung Chung-chiu (洪仲丘) has prompted the government to launch a series of reforms to improve human rights conditions in the military.
English camp offers both cultural knowledge, chance for prosperity
“I was awed by the beauty, the natural beauty of Taitung,” said Charlotte Ackert, the founder and a three-year volunteer at the Huadong English Camp. She established the camp for her son, Nick Ackert, whose dream vocation is to become a teacher.
MTV nod boosts aspiring cinematographer
Mego Lin, born in Taiwan and currently living in Los Angeles, made a huge step forward in pursuit of her dream to become a cinematographer when she was nominated at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards for Best Cinematography for the music video, “Can't Hold Us” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis.
A dream formed may find its own method
Ben Chiu has a dream, that is without question. It's the finer contours of achieving that dream that remain unrefined. To be sure, Chiu is not idle. He is executive director of Taiwan Designer's Web and has been organizer of the annual Taiwan Designers' Week for the past five years.
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