It has almost been a year since student protesters broke into the Legislative Yuan in Taipei and occupied Taiwan’s lawmaking body for 23 days in the spring of 2014. This event sparked more than 350,000 people to march the streets in opposition of the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement (CSSTA). Many worried that there was no … Continue reading Did the Sunflower Movement become irrelevant?
While the Sunflower Movement was ongoing in Taiwan, I kept a close eye on the news and social media. I felt so proud of these students speaking up for that they believed in and for speaking up for the future of Taiwan. As I sat at home in the suburbs of NJ, I wanted to find … Continue reading #Art4TW – Say it with your nails