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List of sports events affected by the new coronavirus

ARCHERYISSF International Solidarity Championships in Dhaka, Bangladesh from Feb. 22-28 postponed.World Cup in Shanghai from May 4-10 cancelled.ATHLETICSWorld indoor championships in Nanjing from March 13-15 postponed to March 2021.World half marathon championships in Gdynia, Poland on March 29 postponed to Oct. 17.Hong Kong Marathon on Feb. 9 cancelled.Asian indoor championships in Hangzhou from Feb. 12-13 cancelled.Asian cross-country championships in Hong Kong on March 29 postponed.Tokyo Mara...


Home Home in Taiwan: A Rustic Bungalow Converted to a Cozy House Café

How to create a restaurant that feels “just like returning to grandpa’s house?” The owner of this new establishment in Taichung City, Taiwan, began by acquiring a Japanese-style, two-story bungalow—formerly a longstanding residence—and dubbing it Home Home. He commissioned Taichung design studio Big Sense to infuse the house with a combination of familiarity and freshness: this is a grandfather with style. Let’s take a look. Photography by Hey! Cheese. Above: The café is set between an old hous...
Tags: Books, Taiwan, Stockholm, Michelin Starred Restaurant, Windsor, Rod, Taichung, Remodel & Renovation, Architecture & Interiors, Design Travel, Restaurant Visit, Boffi, Coffee Shops & Cafes, Natural Wine Bar, Taichung City Taiwan, Home Home


Lush Sky Green towers are the first of their kind in Taichung

Taichung, Taiwan has taken yet another step toward becoming a greener, more livable city with the recent completion of Sky Green, a sustainably minded, mixed-use development. Designed by Singaporean architecture firm WOHA, the high-rise is named after its inclusion of sky gardens and terraces that are filled with lush, subtropical greenery. The project’s integration of green spaces is expected to raise the city’s standards for “skyrise greenery” in future sustainable developments. As an expert ...
Tags: Smart City, Design, Singapore, Taiwan, Architecture, Urban Design, Green Building, High-rise, Mixed-use, Courtyard, Taichung, Mixed-use Development, Sky Garden, Taichung Taiwan, Sustainable City, Residential Tower


Taiwan built high-speed rail, why can’t California?: Joe Mathews

When it comes to fast trains, a California consensus has hardened: High-speed rail is beyond us. We may be the world’s high-tech capital, but high-speed rail is just too technically challenging for us. We may have one of the planet’s richest economies, but high-speed rail is too expensive. We are a sprawling state of 40 million, but we’re too small to construct even one high-speed rail line. But if we’re right about powerlessness to deliver high-speed rail, then how do we explain Taiwan? My rece...
Tags: California, Opinion, Washington, San Francisco, Sport, Syria, Taiwan, Soccer, San Diego, San Jose, Ron Paul, Oakland, Assad, Taipei, Amtrak, Bart


Reinventing the Bubble Tea Glass Cup, no straw needed.

Reinventing the Bubble Tea Glass Cup, no straw needed. AoiroStudioMay 15, 2019 Reinventing the Bubble Tea Glass Cup, no straw needed. We are featuring the bubble tea glass cup design by Mickey Wu, Fang Shih and cie. For those who don't know what Bubble Tea is, well it's a street drink culture with tapioca balls invented in Tainan and Taichung in the 1980s. And now it's a drink being made all over the World and everyone would have their own twist on the recip...
Tags: Design, Tainan, Taichung, Annie Chang, Mickey Wu Fang Shih, Mikey Wu


Taichung Discovery Pavilion champions biodiversity in new "Half Earth" multimedia art installation

In Taichung, Taiwan, the recently completed Discovery Pavilion at the Taichung World Flower Expo explores what life could be like if humans returned half of the Earth’s habitable surfaces to nature — a concept known as “Half Earth” proposed by the “Father of Biodiversity” Edward Wilson in 2016. Taipei-based Cogitoimage International Co., Ltd designed the pavilion to advocate such preservation with a large-scale exhibition that covers the ecology of the Taichung Dajia River as it flows from high...
Tags: Design, Earth, Taiwan, Architecture, Gallery, Ecology, Taipei, Carousel Showcase, Pavilion, Recycled Materials, Taichung, Native Plants, Edward Wilson, Taichung Taiwan, Natural Materials, Environmental Stewardship


Outdoor opportunities in Taiwan

Taiwan is a sweet-potato-shaped island surrounded by rugged coastline and long stretches of beaches, with towering mountain ranges running north to south in the center. It’s always been a popular destination for other East Asian tourists for its natural sceneries, most notably YangMingShan and Sun Moon Lake, but its outdoor opportunities have long been overlooked by travelers from the rest of the world in favor of bustling Taipei. Taiwan is secretly one of the best backpacking destinations: e...
Tags: Travel, Outdoors, China, Taiwan, Taipei, All, Yilan, Taitung, Green Bay, Taipei Taiwan, Sun Moon Lake, Taichung, Yangmingshan National Park, Pingtung, Yilan County, Nantou


Taiwan holds live-fire exercises following China threats

HSINCHU, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan is holding live-fire military exercises following extended threats against the island by China. Artillery and assault helicopters fired at targets off the west coast city of Taichung on Thursday, while Mirage fighter jets took off amid rainy conditions from the air base at Hsinchu to the north. The drills are […]
Tags: News, China, Taiwan, Nation, Taiwan AP, Taichung, Hsinchu, Nation & World, China Artillery


SRAM Headquarters Tour: Drivetrain development & more in Schweinfurt, Germany

While SRAM was founded and is based in the United States, they’ve managed to create quite a global footprint through both expansion and acquisitions over the years. One of their largest facilities outside of their Taichung factory and U.S. headquarters in Chicago is the drivetrain development facility in Schweinfurt, Germany. This location is focused on […] The post SRAM Headquarters Tour: Drivetrain development & more in Schweinfurt, Germany appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Chicago, United States, Cycling, Taichung, Schweinfurt Germany, Factory Tour, Advocacy & Industry News, Feature Stories


One Ride Review: Culprit RAD is a versatile drop bar bike for any adventure

While in Taiwan for the Taipei Cycle Show, we spent a little extra time visiting factories, the beaches and other areas. This included a stop in Taichung, so I lined up a ride with Josh Culp, founder of Culprit Cycles, to get an early ride on his new RAD concept bike. An acronym for Road […] The post One Ride Review: Culprit RAD is a versatile drop bar bike for any adventure appeared first on Bikerumor.
Tags: Sport, Taiwan, Bicycles, Cycling, Taipei, Taichung, Gravel Bikes, Josh Culp


Taiwan president quits as party chair after local election setback

The results of the polls, being held just over a year before Taiwan's next presidential election, are likely to please China, which claims self-ruled and proudly democratic Taiwan as its own and has ramped up pressure on Tsai and her administration since she took office in 2016. In the run-up to the elections, Tsai and her government said repeatedly that China was trying to sway voters with "political bullying" and "fake news", accusations that Beijing denied. The DPP lost control of the mayor...
Tags: News, China, Taiwan, Beijing, Dpp, Tsai, Taichung, Kaohsiung


Taiwan Election has KMT Winning Key Cities

The DPP lost the Kaohsiung mayoral election. DPP had held that city for 20 years. The KMT won the central city of Taichung and in New Taipei. Only a few hundred votes separate the incumbent... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Taiwan, Innovation, Kmt, Dpp, Taichung, Kaohsiung, New Taipei Only


8 Adorable Cafes & Restaurants In Taichung You Won’t Ever Want To Leave

Located less than two hours away from Taipei, Taichung is a neighbouring city in Taiwan you have to visit as it is home to many different arts and cultural influences and some of the best night markets. In recent years, Taichung has undergone a rapid redevelopment and is now a wonderful holiday destination for many; various adorable themed cafes have sprung up in Taichung that appeal to many Instagram-addicts and avid travellers. The next time you plan a trip to Taiwan, you have to include th...
Tags: Travel, Garden, Instagram, Restaurants, Disney, Taiwan, Anthropology, Annie, Taipei, Editorial, ATC, Taichung, North District, Taipei Taichung, Index -, Taichung Travel Guide


A disused railway will become a sustainable green corridor in Taiwan

Delft-based architecture firm Mecanoo has unveiled designs to transform a disused railway and dyke in Taichung, Taiwan into a vibrant linear park. Dubbed the Taichung Green Corridor, the project will reuse the former rail that traverses Taichung’s downtown and stretches over a mile in length. The project aims to preserve the area’s strong historic character while spurring urban revitalization and improving the area’s biodiversity. Set to begin construction later this year into next year, the ...
Tags: Design, Taiwan, Park, Architecture, Gallery, Railway, Carousel Showcase, Landscape Architecture, Mecanoo, Delft, Dyke, Greenway, Taichung, Native Plants, Kaohsiung, Sculpture Park


Taiwan conducting war games simulating repelling Chinese attack amid heighted tensions

Fighter jets, helicopters and thousands of troops in Taiwan fought back a simulated Chinese invasion Thursday as the self-ruled island faces increasing military and diplomatic pressure from Beijing. Relations between Taipei and Beijing have deteriorated since President Tsai Ing-wen was elected in 2016, as her government refuses to acknowledge that Taiwan is part of "one China". Live-fire drills began Monday with troops simulating surprise air and coastal assaults to reflect increased military th...
Tags: News, Washington, China, US, Taiwan, Beijing, United States, Taipei, Donald Trump, Tsai Ing wen, Tsai, Taiwan Strait, Taichung, Liberation Army PLA, Han Kuang, Chen Chung chi


Taiwan drills simulate repulsing Chinese assault on air base

BEIJING (AP) — Taiwan’s military is conducting war games simulating the repulsing of a Chinese attack amid heighted tensions across the Taiwan Strait. The drill Thursday at the sprawling Ching Chuan Kang air force base near the central city of Taichung is part of an annual five-day live-firing exercise. The war games are intended to […]
Tags: News, Ap, Taiwan, Beijing, Taiwan Strait, Taichung, Nation & World, Ching Chuan Kang air force


Isolated and threatened, Taiwan boosts domestic arms makers

TAICHUNG, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan is seeking to build up its domestic defense industry in the face of China's threats and the reluctance of foreign arms suppliers to provide it with planes, ships, submarines and other hardware to defend... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, China, Taiwan, Taiwan AP, Taichung


Supporting the growth of an Intelligent Taiwan

In 2006, we set up our first office in Taiwan with just one employee. I had the honor of being that first employee. In the 12 years since then, we have grown our team to more than 2,000 employees, built a data center and opened a Google Cloud region. Our most rewarding expansion has been in growing our talent. Following the closure of our deal with HTC this year, Taiwan has become our largest engineering site in Asia.As we’ve grown, so too has Taiwan’s importance to us as a research and innovati...
Tags: Asia, Taiwan, Htc, Tainan, Taichung, Google in Asia, Lee Feng Chien


Pollution in Taiwan – Is It Bad? YES, IT’S BAD!

Air pollution in Taiwan is a serious matter that island residents have complained about for years. Taiwan receives a lot of air pollution from China, but Taiwan also produces a significant amount of its own pollution problems. Taiwan’s geography makes air pollution worse because many industrial centers on the north and west coasts of Taiwan are surrounded by high mountains which keep the bad air trapped at city level. Taipei also suffers from this problem. It’s not uncommon to have a completely ...
Tags: Travel, Health, China, Blog, European Union, Taiwan, Features, Chronic Illness, Beijing, Pollution, World Health Organization, John, Taipei, Air Quality, Temples, Northern Taiwan


Taiwanese prefer city of Taichung; find out why

A survey of Taiwanese found they prefer Taichung to the capital of Taipei. Visitors may also be charmed by the mild weather, arts scene and more.
Tags: Cnn, Taichung, capital of Taipei Visitors


Moving Update

Well I haven't moved yet but Matt has so I thought I'd do a quick post just to update everyone.He arrived in Taichung last Friday October 13th and gave me a video chat tour of the apartment. We're going to be living in the Beitun District just in c
Tags: Travel, Matt, Taichung, Beitun District


Ris Interior Design Brings a Vivid Playfulness to Taiwan's Gatto Bianco Bistro

Playful vibes and a quirky attitude characterize the aesthetic language of street bistro, Gatto Bianco. Designed by Ris Interior Design and located in Taichung city, Taiwan, this 107.5 square meter restaurant brings a European flair to its surroundings thanks to the eclectic mix of furnishings that both stand out as well as fit seamlessly within its shabby-chic backdrop.
Tags: Art, Taiwan, Taichung, Gatto Bianco Bistro, Gatto Bianco, Ris Interior Design


Feeling Better: Molecure Pharmacy in Taiwan by Waterfrom Design

Molecure Pharmacy in Taiwan's Taichung district offers customers a new vision of what a pharmacy should be by subverting any preconceived notions. Designed by Nic Lee, Richard Kup and Kate Change of Waterfrom Design, it opened in May 2017 in a 120 square meter space that is light and airy, a reminder that nature is the original source for the synthesis of healing drugs.
Tags: Art, Taiwan, Taichung, Molecure Pharmacy, Nic Lee Richard Kup, Kate Change


8 Best Day Trips From Taichung You Will Regret Not Visiting

Although it is the third largest city in Taiwan, Taichung is more often than not overshadowed by bustling Taipei and many travellers tend to have this misconception that there is nothing much to do in Taichung. Taichung is a gateway to many hidden gems and nature attractions which are perfect for day trips. And yes, you will find out that there is more to Taiwan than night markets and cheap shopping. Here are 8 Best Day Trips From Taichung You Must Visit. Photo Credit: Elin Chow #1 ZHONG...
Tags: Travel, Abc, Taiwan, Anthropology, Iceland, Taipei, Editorial, Sun Moon Lake, Taichung, Index -, Best Day Trips, Day Trips from Taichung, Taichung Best Day Trips, Taichung Travel Guide, Taichung Travel Tips, Things to do in Taichung


Taichung is the favorite city of Taiwan residents -- visitors can find out why

A survey of Taiwanese found they prefer Taichung to the capital of Taipei. Visitors may also be charmed by the mild weather, arts scene and more.
Tags: Taiwan, Cnn, Taichung, capital of Taipei Visitors


Why Taichung is the most livable city in Taiwan

Forget Taipei. The central Taiwan city of Taichung is home to the country's best restaurant, sunny skies and even sunnier locals
Tags: Taiwan, Cnn, Taichung


32 dead in Taiwan's worst highway accident for decades

It comes after a bus inferno in July last year killed 25 Chinese holidaymakers on board, and is the latest in a series of deadly incidents that have tarnished Taiwan's safety record. The Taiwanese passengers had been returning from a trip to a farm in the central region of Taichung when the bus veered off the motorway in the capital Taipei. Taiwan's Central News Agency said it was the worst road accident for 30 years.
Tags: News, Taiwan, Taipei Taiwan, Central News Agency, Taichung


28 feared dead in Taiwan bus crash: fire department

A bus in Taiwan reported to have been taking local tourists home from visiting seasonal cherry blossoms veered off a highway Monday night with 28 feared dead, the national fire department said. Local media said the passengers had been returning from a trip to a farm in central Taichung when the bus came off the road in eastern Taipei. The national fire department said 28 victims "showed no signs of life" and 16 were being treated in hospital.
Tags: News, Taiwan, Taipei, Taichung


32 dead in Taiwan bus crash: fire department

A bus in Taiwan reported to have been taking local tourists home from visiting seasonal cherry blossoms careered off a highway Monday night leaving 32 dead, the national fire agency said. Local media said the passengers had been returning from a trip to a farm in central Taichung when the bus came off the road in eastern Taipei. The national fire agency said 32 people had been killed, with 13 still being treated in hospital, most with serious injuries.
Tags: News, Taiwan, Taipei, Taichung


Taiwan seeks to revive aerospace fortunes with jet trainers

TAICHUNG, Taiwan (AP) — Taiwan is seeking to revive its long-dormant aerospace industry with a $2.1 billion investment in the production of supersonic air force jet trainers. President Tsai Ing-wen presided over a ceremony Tuesday to inaugurate the project, which she hopes will aid Taiwan’s security and stem the flow of engineering talent overseas. Taiwan […]
Tags: Business, News, Taiwan, Tsai Ing wen, Taiwan AP, Taichung, Nation & World