According to the Ministry of Interior, there are currently 275 registered political parties in Taiwan. That is a huge number of parties! The number of parties existing in Taiwan also highlights the different issues that Taiwan society has interest in. From environmental safety, immigration, labor benefits, culture, social justice, to the traditional areas of … Continue reading The Third Force: Small Parties in Taiwan
For Taiwanese American Tiffany Yu, it is all about the "small wins and positive thinking". When she attended her first Intercollegiate Taiwanese American Students Association (ITASA) conference, she looked at the picture of Taiwan's outline on the ITASA logo and thought it was a leaf. Tiffany has gone a long way since then. Her involvement with … Continue reading #Talk4TW – Tiffany Yu
While OFT was brainstorming a list of which individuals we would want to interview for our #Talk4TW series, Charles Pan was up there on our list. Since Charles is the Taiwanese American Professionals - New York president, we wanted to learn more about his back story of how he became so involved in the Taiwanese American community.
New Jersey native Jon Lee was shocked when he found out about the relationship between Taiwan and China. In our interview, we talk to him to learn about his journey from Rutgers to Taiwan advocacy in DC and beyond
OFT's passionate board members are always brainstorming ways and finding opportunities to "outreach for Taiwan" in any way possible. The other day while passing through Union Square, we passed a man with a typewriter who said he can write a poem about anything. ...anything? Really? We went up to him, and asked "Have you heard … Continue reading #Art4TW – A Poem for Taiwan