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In the Face of Anti-Asian Racism, Asians and Asian Americans Need to Better Understand Each Other

NATHANAEL CHENG | 03/28/2021

Uber eats, Foodpanda, GOGOX, and LalaMove delivery workers demonstrated Tuesday in front of the Ministry of Labor, calling on delivery workers to form a nationwide delivery workers union.

Food Delivery Workers Call for Establishment of National Union

The Tsai administration's response to the worst rail disaster in Taiwan in over seventy years has been, unfortunately, to make the root cause of the issues that led to the disaster worse.

Corporatization of TRA Will Add To, Not Reduce Rail Safety Issues

The ROC’s two territories in the region have strategic and political significance, yet both are difficult to defend.

Taiwan’s South China Sea Defense Challenge

The pro-democracy activists were sentenced to jail earlier this week in Hong Kong in the latest action by China as part of a months-long political crackdown.

Further Jail Sentences Handed Down to Pro-Democracy Politicians in Hong Kong

If you are like me and consider Crazy Rich Asians one of the worst Asian American films ever made, you might very well enjoy Minari.

Minari: A Film About the Asian American Working Class

Bubble tea and handmade drink shops are an indispensable part of Taiwanese food culture.

“Bubble Tea Kingdom”: How Did It All Start?

Temple Festivals in Taiwan often seem to be a mixture of the sacred and the profane.

Animatronic Hells and Goddesses with GPS

The subconscious works in strange ways. It lurks beneath the skin. It festers and grows and takes root. It’s a disturbing thought, truly.

When in Taiwan: The Color of Your Skin

An unexpected surge in demand left car manufacturers in some major markets scrambling to make up for a shortage of automotive chips.

Automakers’ Reliance on Taiwan Chips Sparks Discussion

Taiwan has a relatively complete supply chain for electric vehicle components, and companies such as Tesla rely heavily on Taiwanese suppliers.

Taiwan’s EV Supply Chain Cranks into High Gear

A weekly snapshot of Taiwan business news stories brought to you by CommonWealth and AmCham Taiwan’s TOPICS

The Rundown: TSMC CapEx Increase, Yulon Group Prospects, and E-Billing

Following several reports, the largest tech companies in China plan to bypass Apple’s new privacy rules that essentially block third-party applications from tracking users’ data.

A Battle of Wills? China’s Tech Giants Bypass Apple’s Privacy Tool

On January 2, 2019, Xi Jinping held a speech to commemorate the famous “Letter to Compatriots in Taiwan” of 1979.

Xi Jinping's 2.0 Version of the "Letter to Compatriots in Taiwan"

One unlikely group to benefit from Taiwan’s control of the coronavirus is the island’s stand-up comedians.

How Taipei Became the Home of Live Comedy During the Pandemic

Since the early 2000s, immigrants from mainland China and Southeast Asia have been an increasingly visible component of Taiwan’s social and public landscape.

Migrants' Voice in Taiwanese Documentaries: Narrative, Language and Space

The European Union has the densest integration region globally, whereas current trends in cross-strait relations point to a further divide between both sides.

Explaining Cross-Strait Relations with Theories of European Integration

As long as you are an effective communicator, find interest in your clients’ work, are adaptable in your approach, and like people, success comes naturally.

Meet Fupei Wang of Ogilvy

We chat with the sister duo behind Meimeiwawa, about growing up in the entertainment industry, the media's portrayal of women, and how they're challenging the status quo with their independently produced films and music.

Lara and Esther Veronin, Meimeiwawa Multimedia

The Taiwan Gazette interviews Taiwan-based cultural studies scholar Chien-ting Lin to discuss how Taiwan’s treatment of Mainland Chinese students (lusheng) during COVID-19 can be understood in terms of war and love.

On War And Love During COVID-19: An Interview With Chien-Ting Lin (Part 2)

The Taiwan Gazette interviews Taiwan-based cultural studies scholar Chien-ting Lin to discuss how Taiwan’s treatment of Mainland Chinese students (lusheng) during COVID-19 can be understood in terms of war and love.

On War And Love During COVID-19: An Interview With Chien-Ting Lin (Part 1)