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Taiwan Pokémon-themed 7/11 wins praise from overseas fans

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The only 7-Eleven "Pokemon-themed Store" in Taiwan was officially opened in Banqiao District, New Taipei City, at the end...

Wang Xiaofei longing for family during lavish hotel quarantine

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Chinese entrepreneur Wang Xiaofei (汪小菲) on Sunday shared some photos and thoughts about being separated from his family during...

Japan wrongly called the inventor of Hong Kong pineapple buns

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Hong Kong pineapple buns are sold in most bakeries across Taiwan. Some Japanese bakeries, however, have promoted the tasty...

Ten creative red envelopes to share for Chinese New Year

TAIPEI (The China Post) — As the Chinese New Year is around the corner, everyone has started collecting red envelopes. Against this backdrop, Pinkoi,...

Yuanshan floral sea runs in New Taipei until mid-January 2021

TAIPEI (The China Post) — In fall and winter, an endless sea of flowers brings people out from under their covers to take #Instaworthy...

High school student’s nostalgic photo goes viral on Reddit

TAIPEI (The China Post) — A high school student recently shared "a picture of Taipei" on his way to school in the early morning,...

China Post launches collaboration with AMC, hoping to boost local students’ English skills

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The China Post (CP) announced Wednesday its collaboration with American Magazine Center's (AMC) "English Digest" to provide an online...

Pingtung to launch first ‘penguin feeding’ attraction in 2021

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The sudden drop in temperature paired with the approaching new year makes the perfect time to plan a trip...

Taiwan ‘angry bird’ revealed in stunning photo

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The Taiwan blue magpie, though beautiful, is also known for its notorious bad temper as some Taiwan-based foreigners recently...

British architecture critic lists ‘The Spring’ in Tainan among best projects of 2020

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Following praises from Forbes magazine, "The Spring," which opened in March this year in southern Taiwan, was recently selected...