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2017 Taiwan Day at Citifield

2017 Taiwan Day at Citifield On August 20th, Taiwan Tourism Bureau celebrated the 2017 Taiwan Day at the Mets vs. Marlins game at Citifield. I had the pleasure of attending, joining the crowd in thoroughly enjoying the fun, games, and entertainment…not to mention the weather! It was a gorgeous and sunny day, absolutely perfect for […]

“2017 NYC’s Five Boro Bike Tour: Deputy Director Chen Led More Than 10 Taiwan Tourism Ambassadors Through New York City’s Five Boroughs to Promote Travel to Taiwan”

“2017 NYC’s Five Boro Bike Tour: Deputy Director Chen Led More Than 10 Taiwan Tourism Ambassadors Through New York City’s Five Boroughs to Promote Travel to Taiwan” by Sophia Hsu     Deputy Director Chen lauded, “The New York City 5 Boro Bike Tour is one of the nation’s largest charitable events educating children and […]

Debut of Taiwan Cycling Tours Highlight of the Bike Expo NY

Debut of Taiwan Cycling Tours Highlight of the Bike Expo NY  by Sophia Hsu       The annual Bike Expo New York began Friday, May 5th and ran through Saturday, May 6th, 2017, in Manhattan and promotes cycling tours to New York cycling enthusiasts. This was the Taiwan Tourism Bureau’s fourth time as an […]

Let’s bike, Taiwan!

Let’s bike, Taiwan! By Joe Meny     Organized by the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, the Taiwan Cyclist Federation, the Taiwan Bicycle Association, and the Sun Moon Lake National Scenic Area Administration, the 2016 Taiwan Cycling Festival will be held starting from now, and ending on Sunday, November 13, 2016. When it comes to the competitive […]

Fall for Health AF’s Top 10 Best Places (And Ways) to Stay Fit This Fall in NYC

Fall for Health AF’s Top 10 Best Places (And Ways) to Stay Fit This Fall in NYC By Lisa Crawford   There’s no question that New Yorkers are among the fittest and most competitive people in the world. And what do we do to keep in that shape? Whether you need to blow off some steam, fit […]

Annual Taiwan Heritage Day at Citifield Sunday, August 28th

Annual Taiwan Heritage Day at Citifield Sunday, August 28th By Joe Meny   The weather could not have been better for the 12th Annual Taiwan Heritage Day at Citifield on Sunday. A day that started with traditional Taiwanese cultural performances on Mets Plaza, and featured former NY Mets pitcher Nelson Figuerora, was a complete hit […]

Taiwan Bike From November 8th to November 16th

Taiwan Bike From November 8th to November 16th by Lisa Crawford   Are you a self-proclaimed adrenaline junky looking for your next adventure filled outing? Or maybe your outdoor type nature has been bursting at the seams and needs an outlet? If so, the Taiwan Tourism Bureau, Taiwan Cyclist Federation, and the Taiwan Bicycle Exporters’ Association have […]

Taekwondo Olympics Coverage

By Richard J Law A dreary eyed, slim built individual enters the arena; his eyes are blinded by the bright lights and his ears pick up the cheering of thousands of spectators that have been waiting in the stands. This isn’t any of the conventional sports seen on TV. This is Taekwondo, a martial art […]

The way of the foot and fist-Tae,Kwon, and Do

By Richard Law Taekwondo is a martial art whose origin is deeply rooted in Korea. The words “Tae”,”Kwon”, and “Do” mean different things, that, when put together, mean “the way of the foot and fist”. Taekwondo is not only practiced for sport, but is also used by the Korean military and other armed forces around […]

Jeremy Lin Asian Inspiration His Path to Success

By Vita Kuo From an unknown bench player to the most influential basketball player in the world this year, Jeremy Lin is one of the hottest names in sports. After leading the New York Knicks on a seven-game winning streak, and the turning point for the Knicks to get into the running for the playoffs, Jeremy Lin was introduced to the world. This NBA star […]

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