Our guide to TaiwanFest highlights the annual Vancouver festival’s arts, culture, music, food offerings, and philanthropic initiatives.
This year, TaiwanFest takes place in downtown Vancouver from September 3 to 5 on Granville Street and at other venues, including the Orpheum Annex, Vancouver Playhouse, Queen Elizabeth Theatre Plaza, and the Centre for the Performing Arts in Vancouver. All events are free of charge. For a full schedule,
The victories of Nathan Law Kwan-chung and five other "localists" reflect the rise of postmaterialism in the former British colony.
Tieh-chih Chang offered this observation in Vancouver while speaking at the Orpheum Annex as part of TaiwanFest.
The annual Taiwanfest returns to Vancouver this weekend (September 3 to 5).
Over the past nine years, the retired English-as-an-additional-language teacher has witnessed some heart-rending events on both sides of the Pacific Ocean.
The annual celebration takes place every Labour Day weekend in Vancouver.
Major props to the Taiwanese band for coming up with a sound that a supergroup made up of Morcheeba, Massive Attack, and Skrillex might create.
The Miracle Dance Team, the Cindy Yang Dance Academy, and the Metrovan Linedance Society will all perform at the festival over the Labour Day weekend.
Yu-Jen Yang created a charitable mission that collects footwear to prevent a parasite from entering people's feet.
The program promises a strong analogy for the occasionally edgy dance that China and Taiwan have performed together for the past century.
Retired doctor Charles Yang and accountant James Chou are both delighted with the rise of the country's first female president.
The International Pan-Asian Culinary Invitational takes place on September 3 & 4.
Lee Hsin's 1973 blockbuster The Young Ones is among the free screenings this weekend.