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Poppy

Xiang Yu was an invincible king and was credited as the most formidable militant in Chinese history. However, he was betrayed by allie...
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Sep 29, 2015 22:36 story
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Goddess of Moon

Legend has it that in ancient times, there were ten suns in this world. The heat burnt down all kinds of crops, and people were in hot...
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Sep 26, 2015 21:14 story
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Single eyelid

Single eyelid is one of Asian people's facial features. However, Asian people tend to prefer big eyes so some people, especially g...
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Sep 23, 2015 21:46 news
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Senior Classmate

In Taiwanese Colleges, we seldom directly call our seniors' names because it is impolite. Every freshman will be designated a seni...
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Sep 21, 2015 21:22 mood
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Tengu

Lacking of astronomic knowledge, ancient Chinese folks believed that eclipse resulted from a monster called "Tengu" who fed the...
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Sep 17, 2015 21:44 story
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Puma

There are two prevailing languages in Taiwan. One is official Mandarin and the other is Taiwanese dialect stemming from Fujian. The...
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Sep 14, 2015 22:18 story
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Two Fishes

Chuang Tzu (399 - 295 B.C.), a Chinese philosopher, was adept at using fables to elucidate his notion. Because of consecutive drought,...
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Sep 11, 2015 21:14 story
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Jioufen And Sun-Moon Lake

Jioufen, Taiwan, had been foreign visitors' favorite Taiwan's attraction for three years in a row. However, Jioufen yields the...
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Sep 8, 2015 23:43 news
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Fondue

Marco Polo, an Italian merchant and explorer, visited China and served as a Chinese public office in mid-1200s. Rumor has it that on h...
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Sep 5, 2015 22:34 story
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Fort Santo Domingo

In the early 17th century, Spain and Netherlands separately ruled Northern Taiwan and Southern Taiwan. Spanish built Fort Santo Domin...
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Sep 2, 2015 21:26 story