What’s in a Sheet of Paper?
On China's 'white paper revolution'
What Would “Cultural Sovereignty” Mean for Taiwan in an Age of Digital Media?
Minister of Culture Lee Yung-te made comments at the recent National Culture Congress earlier this month that might strike as somewhat unusual.
Life Goes On in the Most Dangerous Place on Earth
Some anchor or host might ask, in tense, worried tones, about what people are thinking or feeling on the ground in Taiwan, and I’m just like, “Uhhhhhhh, people are calm. Nobody is freaking out. Life goes on.”
Please, No More Sneakers from Enes Kanter
The design of the sneakers suggests not having actually spoken to Taiwanese local voices about the symbolism.
A City Under Siege, in Body and Spirit
A Review of Inside the Red Brick Wall (理大圍城)
Cursed by the Experience of Exile
The Story of Southern Islet (南巫) is a stunning film on every level, technically accomplished with an intricate and distinctive beauty.
Film Review: Get The Hell Out (逃出立法院)
Zombies infiltrate Taiwan's legislature in this clumsy political satire