Even non-vegetarians are drawn to meat-free menus that use fresh ingredients and seasonal offerings. Channel NewsAsia’s Victoria Jen takes us to three of her favourite places in Taiwan’s capital. TAIPEI: Who would have thought that Taiwan boasts some of the best vegetarian restaurants in the world? And the choices available are pretty awesome too, ranging from western cuisine to Asian delights.
Chuang Mei Theatre is one of Tainan’s oldest second-run movie theatres with 67 years of history. Up on the walls are hand-painted billboards that are as vivid as movie posters in the modern days. Walking into the theatre is like walking down the memory lane for many Taiwanese. TAIPEI: Chuang Mei Theatre is one of Tainan’s oldest second-run movie theatres with 67 years of history. Up on the walls are hand-painted billboards that are as vivid as movie posters in the modern days.
TAIPEI: Tainan city is home to Taiwan’s milkfish industry, which accounts for two-thirds of the island’s total output. A trade deal signed with China five years ago had boosted the city’s milkfish export and made the mainland its third largest market. But now the deal has been suspended after the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) came into power. Shih Chin-hsing, a milkfish farmer in Xuejia district of Tainan for more than 30 years is feeling the pinch.
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