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2014.10
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2014.09
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2014.08
cover of Vol. 39
 
Vol. 39 No. 10 October 2014
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Since 2000, Taiwan has been moving toward mainstream international gender norms. In 2007 it unilater...
About Taiwan
Amy Chang, Female Orchestra Conductor
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Amy Chang, Female Orchestra Conductor
 
 
Sam Ju/tr. by David Smith
US orchestra conductor Marin Alsop set a precedent in 2013 when she became the first woman to conduc...
 
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Ethnicity and Culture
Heeding the Call of the Spirits— Paiwan Shaman Mamauwan
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Heeding the Call of the Spirits—
Paiwan Shaman Mamauwan
 
 
Sam Ju/photos by Chuang Kung-ju/tr. by Geof Aberhart
This year, the number of officially recognized indigenous peoples in Taiwan grew from 14 to 16. Howe...
 
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History and Civilization
Serving Up the Past—The Taiwan Bowl and Dish Museum
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Serving Up the Past—The Taiwan Bowl and Dish Museum
 
 
Tsai Wen-ting/photos by Chuang Kung-ju/tr. by Phil Newell
Whether you are rich or poor, high-born or low, there is nothing more satisfying and heartwarming th...
 
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Art and Culture
The Qidong Poetry Salon: Where Poetry and Architecture Meet
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The Qidong Poetry Salon:
Where Poetry and Architecture Meet
 
 
Sherry Shang/ photos by Jimmy Lin/tr. by Scott Williams
Two old Japanese-style buildings, part of the former “Sai­wai-cho Official Residences” complex, bath...
 
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Art and Culture
New Life for Old Campuses Rejuvenating Retired Elementary Schools
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New Life for Old Campuses Rejuvenating Retired Elementary Schools
 
 
Liu Yingfeng/photos by Chuang Kung-ju/tr. by Scott Williams
Schools in remote rural areas that experience persistent declines in their enrollments are usually s...
 
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Mass Communications
A Bellyful of Fine Food and the Classics
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A Bellyful of Fine Food and the Classics
 
 
Su Hui-chao/photos by Jimmy Lin/tr. by Scott Williams
To John Chen, owner of the restaurant Uncle John, noted gastronome Chu Chen-fan is: “Tall and solid...
 
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