Spring is coming! While it's still coat weather up where Eric and Jess are, Bertha's starting to break out T-shirts and shorts. Hope everyone is enjoying their spring breaks, and remember to take some time to relax! Newsworthy Taiwanese-American Andrew Yang announced his candidacy for the 2020 presidential election: Yang is running for the Democratic … Continue reading Guess which STATE is bubble tea the most popular? ft. Planning for Summer
Hey all, I'm bringing you some solemn but interesting facts today. For those of you unfamiliar, 228 is synonymous and shorthand for the massacre that occurred in Taiwan on February 28th, 1947. The horrific event went unacknowledged for several decades and documents were only declassified by President Tsai Ing-wen two years ago. Here are your … Continue reading 228 started on 227 with cigarettes
Happy Lunar New Year! I’m back in Taiwan to celebrate with my family and thought I’d share some of the fun facts/activities/rituals people perform to kick off the new year. After graduating, I have been coming home every lunar new year to celebrate Chinese New Year with my family. As I came home this year, … Continue reading Happy New Year! Lunar Style
Hi! It's been a while. This is the first newsletter of the year, and we are hoping the new year is treating you well so far. I'm enjoying the nice Texas weather as Eric and Jess are bearing the snow, rain and sleet of the Northeast. Meanwhile with the new year, we also have a … Continue reading The Champs That Once Dominated The World: Taiwan’s Little League Team
We put together a list of articles and posts the community cared most about in 2018! Some will make you laugh and some will make you cry, but that is life. And with that, I digress.
Hi! This is Eric taking over this newsletter from Jess. Over Thanksgiving weekend, Taiwan had its local election as well as a major referendum vote. While it has been over a week, there are still talks and questions about it. We’ve put together a few simple points of the major things that happened in the … Continue reading Special Edition: Election Recap
I need to interrupt our regularly scheduled program with some exciting news: we're teaming up with TaiwaneseAmerican.org and Ketagalan Media to create resources for student groups. Think about this as the Taiwan 101 extra curricular class you've been dreaming of. ...and in these dreams, what would you be learning?! Let us know so we can put together a truly value-add series. We'd really appreciate your help.
Welcome to Outreach For Taiwan's sporadic newsletter. Apologies for the longer than usual delay. We're a volunteer organization (consisting of Eric, Jess, and Bertha) and sometimes our personal lives get in the way. Below are quick links to get you up to speed on news surrounding Taiwan. (Not to get too meta here, but we … Continue reading Can You Guess How Many 7-Elevens Are In Taiwan?