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Welcome 2 Taiwan

Join "Welcome 2 Taiwan" as we bring you on an exciting adventure ride to get a taste of travel, food and culture in one of the most diverse destinations in Asia – Taiwan.

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Highlights of the week

New Blossoms Everywhere

16/08/2015, 23/08/15


Previous Episodes

  • New Document
    02/08/2015, 09/08/15

    Come to Wufeng

    Wufeng has a long history and is the site of the Lin Family Mansion and Garden, one of the four famous gardens in Taiwan. Wufeng is also artistic and chic, and is home to the exotic Asia University. Walk through the devastation of 9.21 and witness the power of rebirth. Go to Tong-Lin Ecological Park and have fun picking longans and climbing trees. 

  • New Document
    19/07/2015, 26/07/15

    Mountain Forest Adventures

    As summer temperatures climb higher and higher, where should we go to escape the summer heat? Deep into the mountains, of course. Our guide Huaxuan will give you three forest recreational park itineraries this time, so you can absorb all the anions and phytoncides you want to completely refresh yourself.

  • New Document

    Autumn Crab Hunt

    Crabs are available throughout the year, but autumn is the best season for crabs. As the old saying goes: "Autumn winds rise, crab feet itch; chrysanthemum blossom, hear the crabs come." Lake Yangcheng's hairy crabs are, of course, famous, but in recent years, Taiwan's aquaculture industry has also cultivated hiary crabs of excellent quality. Water quality is key to breeding hairy crabs. 

  • New Document

    Spicy Spice-filled cuisine

    What are the four gods of Chinese cuisine?  No lavish shark's fin, ginseng, abalone or maw, but spring onion, ginger, garlic and chilli, which remove fishiness and enhance flavours for the main ingredients in sautéing, cooking, pan-frying and deep-frying. Come to think about it, Chinese cuisine wouldn't work without these "supporting characters" quietly helping out on the side. 

  • New Document

    Liudui Hakka

    Taiwan's second largest ethnic group, the Hakka, consists of over four million people. Have you ever been curious how their name came about?  Apart from Taoyuan, Hsinchu and Miaoli areas in the north, there is also a Hakka settlement in Liudui, Pingtung in the south.  

  • New Document

    East and west travel armies--ding-ding-dong in east Taiwan

    Ding-ding-dong! Ding-ding-dong! Happy new year and good fortune to all.