TAIPEI (The China Post) – Discover Taiwan is a quarterly magazine jointly published by The China Post and NOWnews, one of Taiwan’s leading online media. The magazine will soon be available in hotels all around the island and other bookstores.

The 32nd issue centers on the Chi Mei Museum, inviting readers to visit Taiwan’s largest private museum and explore the foods of the elegant capital – Tainan.

In northern Taiwan, you are invited to visit the Tamsui-Kavalan Trail (淡蘭古道), Western Pacific’s best-kept secret, to explore the oldest and most important transportation route in northern Taiwan. You will also get to know what the island is famous for: tea, as well as understand the history of tea manufacturing in Taiwan.

In central Taiwan, in addition to the renowned Cherry Blossom Festival in Alishan, you should definitely go to Yu-Hsiu Museum of Art in Nantou, which stands on the south side of Mt. Chiu Chiu. The Chinese garden architecture creates a tranquil dialogue with its natural surroundings and the museum offers contemporary art great visibility and the collectors’ unique perspectives.

In addition to travel, Discover Taiwan also covers culture, arts, and feature stories about people in Taiwan, aiming to promote Taiwan’s soft power and cultural characteristics. It is currently released in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau. In the future, it will also be published in other Asian cities such as Seoul, Tokyo, and Shanghai.