While Turner Prize-winning artist Mark Wallinger called the decision to identify Taiwan as a state independent from China an “error,” it has engendered a global discussion.
Town Builds Church Shaped Like Giant High Heel for Women
In Taiwan, there is a church.
Mental Health and Healing Through the Lens of Taiwan’s History
OAKLAND, Calif. — As the economy steadily improves around the world, there remains a long tail of after-effects, from homes lost to the housing bubble to increased debt burdens families may have had to assume during the worse parts of the recession. Less discussed are the mental health effects.
Eating White Fungus
For the past week, White Fungus, a Taiwanese art magazine, was tucked under my arm as I frolicked and gallivanted through New York. I realize that some people love to sit at home, drink peppermint tea and read in bed. But I go out.
A Building That Almost Disappears
This mirage-like structure is Sou Fujimoto’s winning proposal for the Taiwan Tower International Competition. Designed for Taichung in west-central Taiwan, the unusual park rises 1,000 feet above the cityscape.
Ai Weiwei Told to Pay $2.3 Million for “Tax Evasion,” New Exhibition Opens in Taiwan
After having been released on bail in June, Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei received a notice today from Chinese authorities that indicates he owes $2.3 million (15 million yuan) for “tax evasion.”