Written by Chih-hen Chang. In May 2018, Taiwan founded the Transitional Justice Commission to address the historical trauma of the White Terror, which refers to the massive suppression of political dissidents from 1949 to 1987 in the name of safeguarding the nation against communist intrusion.
The late Lin Ching-hsuan 林清玄 was a publishing phenomenon, with his books on Buddhism captivating readers in post-martial law Taiwan.
While my past work focused on individual acts of resistance, my recent work investigates the possibility of collective actions to address the issue of gender inequality.
Written by Ji-ping Lin. Much like many countries, Taiwan has a long historical tradition of migration, including internal and international. Taiwan’s early developments were
Written by Chun-Ying Wei The long-anticipated Culture White Paper 2018 was officially published last December following the National Cultural Congress in 2017. I had the
Written by Gerrit van der Wees. Professor Graham Allison of Harvard University got it wrong, again! In a November 9th article in the WorldPost, a partnership
Written by Michael Reilly. On 21st October, a Puyuma express train of the Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) came off the tracks near Suao in north
Written by Ta-Wei Chi LGBTQ history is beginning to be remembered in a variety of formats. To commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of