Understanding Taiwan’s Indigenous Laws:A Brief Inquiry

Abstract Different articles explain the emergence of legal safeguards for Taiwan‘s indigenous peoples, and how the promulgation of indigenous laws can be understood more

Fukushima, five years later

  Five years ago, many governments panicked with Japan following the nuclear disaster that struck Fukushima. The risk of contamination made the world reconsider the more

Why We Don’t Need the Taipei Dome

More movie theatres and department stores are what Taipei needs the least. What makes a great city isn’t the amount of amazing large-scale constructions it has, but more

How The People Toppled Kuokuang Petrochemical

Exacerbating Land Subsidence in Yunlin and Changhua more

Robbers Splitting Up the Spoils – The Case of Central Taiwan Science Park Phase 3 and Phase 4

When one mentions a science park, what images come to mind? Science parks used to embody the glamour to which people aspired: a beacon of technology and innovation, or a symbol more

Formosa Plastic v. Prof. Tsuang Ben-jei Update: Judge Announces End to Preparatory Proceeding, Preparations for Oral Arguments Begin

On Feb. 1, 2013, Taipei District Court Judge Zheng Yu-ren (鄭昱仁) declared an end to preparatory proceedings in the civil suit filed by two Formosa Plastic Group (FPG) affiliates more