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Since its launch in 1997, Formosa News has been a leading source for news affecting Taiwan. One of its primary objectives is to reach a broader audience by broadcasting in multiple languages, including Mandarin and Taiwanese. It is also one of the few stations to offer a local news program in English. Powered by Firstory Hosting
 
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Uta Rindfleisch, RTI

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In Formosaik stellt Uta Rindfleisch jeden Mittwoch besondere kulturelle, historische und gesellschaftliche Aspekte Taiwans vor. Begleiten Sie Uta bei historischen Spaziergängen auf den Spuren des Arztes und Missionars George Leslie Mackay, entdecken Sie kulturelle Besonderheiten wie die Teekultur in Teeplantagen oder Traditionen der Indigenen Völker Taiwans oder sehen Sie Taiwan aus den Augen von früheren Pionieren und Forschern.
 
The history of Taiwan (1600 C.E. - 2000) told through interesting stories in a non-chronological order. John Ross is an author and publisher of works on Taiwan and China, while Eryk Michael Smith has worked as a writer and journalist for several media outlets in Taiwan. Both hosts have lived in Taiwan for well over 20 years and call the island home. Email: formosafiles@gmail.com
 
Tī o̍h Tâi-gí ê kòe-têng tiong hi-bāng ē-sái sú-iōng ka-kī ê bó-gí lâi thó-lūn ka-kī ū hèng-chhù ê tāi-chì, pau-hâm tān-sī bô hān-chè tī bûn-hòa, gē-su̍t, im-ga̍k, tiān-iáⁿ, le̍k-sú, tiat-ha̍k, gí-giân, má ē ū chú-chia̍h téng-téng ê thó-lūn. While I started to learn Tâigí (Taiwanese), I hope to be able to use my native language and discuss things I am interested in, including but not limited to culture, art, music, movies, history, philosophy and cooking too. Tī 學台語 ê 過程中希望會使使用家己 ê 母語來練習順紲討論 ...
 
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At the turn of the 20th century, Japan was on a roll. After taking Formosa and Penghu from Qing China in 1895, Japan beat mighty Russia in 1905. Eager to show the world its newfound economic strength – and to highlight the successful development of its new colony – the Japanese parliament voted vast sums of money to sponsor the Japan-British Exhibi…
 
The southern peninsula of Taiwan was a "ship graveyard" for a very long time as unseen rocks and reefs gashed holes in the sides of vessels and left them stranded, or on the seafloor. The Western powers and Qing authorities both agreed that a lighthouse at the far southern end of Taiwan would be a good idea, and so it fell upon English engineer Mic…
 
You're hiking in the hills of Taichung in the early 1990s and suddenly come across ... an orangutan? What's more, this massive great ape is um ... in need of some, um ... "affection," and gets handsy. An unlikely scenario, right? But, that story is true! There was a time when Taiwan was gripped by a craze for baby orangutans. These apes, however, g…
 
This week we have another snippet from the audiobook of John's 2020 book, Taiwan in 100 Books. This extract tells the tale of Janet Montgomery McGovern, a feisty anthropologist who managed to cut through the red tape and official disapproval from Japanese colonial authorities in Formosa during her residence from 1916 to 1918, and headed up into the…
 
No, we're not talking about romantic adventures; in this episode, the "dating" we're discussing is the days, months, and years kind. Why is it about to become the year 112 in Taiwan? Why is 2023 not just the year of the rabbit, but the year of the water rabbit? Why do some people in Taiwan have three birthdays? Enjoy the last Formosa Files podcast …
 
We generally don't discuss politics very much on this podcast, but, when one of the world's most well-established international experts on politics in Taiwan is gracious enough to be willing to chat – we're gonna talk politics. While this might be perhaps too 'deep' for some, if you've spent some time in Taiwan and are interested in the political s…
 
Ever heard of Count Maurice Benyovszky? He's not well known in Taiwan, but after this Polish-Slovakian-Hungarian semi-nobleman had a chance encounter with this island in 1771, he wrote a travel account that remained influential into the twentieth century. And the best part? Most of what he wrote is almost certainly fiction! His fanciful stories, ho…
 
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