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These videos show the distinct culture, belief, values, norms, and traditions of Taiwan.
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Taiwan is home to an ethnic Chinese society where Confucianism has had a profound influence. As a result, Taiwanese people place great emphasis on interpersonal relationships, ethics, education and family. These values have laid the foundations that underlie the country’s stable society and economic development. This documentary shows how Confucian culture has been transmitted down through the ages in Taiwan. It also examines innovations in the Confucian value system, as well as the inherent.
This student share about how she felt about Taiwanese culture and her experiences with the local people.
CNN's Paula Hancocks reports on how Taiwan's government is now helping to keep indigenous language and culture alive.
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Anping Fort in Tainan is known by its surrounding food and snacks. Recently, there is way to travel here called 「Finding the Sword Lion」 tour. Learn what's this mysterious guardian angel can be seen everywhere in Anping District.
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Taichung Tunghai, great food doesn’t just exist in night market. In the art street business district near Tunghai University, there is an authentic Italian restaurant. Under the guidance program provided by Ministry of Economic Affairs, Tunghai Business District, a unique, one of the kind artistic style business district is born.
Sinshe Flower Festival is one the main attraction in Taichung. Collaborating with Ministry of Economic Affairs, Sinshe has developed many hostels featured in different styles, such as Dutch style and oceanic style, making the visitors feel like living in the foreign land.
This video gives viewers a taste of the cuisine available in Taiwan, as well as the pluralistic society that has brought them together. Sit back and experience the beauty and individuality of Taiwanese food, a combination of tradition and innovation.
One of Taiwan's favorite dishes is a fermented concoction full of live bacteria and a whole lotta smell. It's pungent aroma has been compared to decaying garbage, rotten meat and smelly feet. Nevertheless, it enjoys a dedicated following—and no one does stinky tofu like Dai's. Owner Wu Xu Biyin takes us on a tour of this amazing eatery, which has been in her family for over 60 years.