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Taiwan - The Heart of Asia

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

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Previous Episodes

  • 9/11/2014

    Fun travel with friends - Peijun's dream sky

    A young student, a century-old house, a relationship that transcends age and time...

  • 2/11/2014

    Fun travel with friends- What's up, Dong?

    Everyone has a dream that they want to fulfill, however, not many actually act on it? We met Dong, a courageous young man from Taitung, and this time, we are going to live with Dong and his dream team to realise what are the elements that made Taitung so captivating. 

  • 19/10/2014, 26/10/2014

    Great "Markets" by your side

    Fresh food markets are good neighbours to all of us, and are intricately tied to our lives. It is where mothers buy ingredients for the family's meals, from fresh fruit and vegetables to killed and processed meat of all kinds. Grocery shopping is fun. 

  • 5/10/2014, 12/10/2014

    The Lives of Famous Cooking Teachers

    Confucius said, "Food and relationship: the essence of humanity." Pursuing delicious food is human nature. Some people would spend huge amounts to enjoy good food at restaurants, and some would take lessons and learn from teachers the secrets to cooking, so as to be their own chef at home, satisfying both themselves and their family's stomachs.  

  • 21/09/2014, 28/09/2014

    Warm Hotpot

    Hotpot is one of the most convenient and quickest cuisine, and is one where everyone can be satisfied. With a pot of boiling soup, you can cook anything you want. You don't need any cooking skills, and you cook when you want to eat. 

  • 7/09/2014, 14/09/2014

    What does the Wind of September bring?

     Hsinchu has the Snow Mountain Range on the southeast, is surrounded by Hukou flatlands on the north, and has Mt. Xiangshan on the south. This alluvial plain lies in a trumpet shape from southeast to northwest, so every year, when theWind of September comes, strong winds enter from the Taiwan Strait, like a draft that can't get back out once it comes in.