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· January, 2010

Stories about Taiwan (ROC) from January, 2010

Taiwan: A look at wedding traditions

Life in Taiwan attends two banquets for an engagement and a wedding and discusses the importance of wedding traditions in Taiwan.

Taiwan: Relevance of right-wing

Dixteel argues that the KMT in Taiwan doesn't really fit the definition of right-wing.

Taiwan: How the Puyuma people started Year 2010

The Puyuma tribe is one of the indigenous groups in Taitung County along Taiwan’s East Coast. The Nanwang Village, the leading village of this tribe, holds the Monkey Ceremony and...

Taiwan: Teaching anthropology in Hualien

Kerim Friedman writes about his experience teaching anthropology at Dong Hwa University in Hualien.

Taiwan: Hakka blue shirts in Meinong

Wandering Taiwan describes how the Hakka tradition of blue shirts is maintained in Meinong, Kaohsiung County.

Taiwan: Suhua Freeway Project Deferred

Suhua Freeway Project has been in dispute for more than a decade. On 22 of December, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) opted for a plan to improve existing...

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