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Tribal culture survives in Taiwan

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It is still possible to experience some of the oldest surviving, but little-known cultures in the world.
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Old world charm on Taiwan’s outlying islands

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On Taiwan’s little-known and under-promoted outlying islands, the seafood is freshly caught, the quaint fishing villages are peaceful and history runs deep.
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Tracing China’s ancient Tea-Horse Road

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From the lowlands of Xishuangbanna to the highlands of the Tibetan plateau, China’s Yunnan province has been connecting tea growers and drinkers for more than 1,200 years.
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The tao of Taiwanese temples

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There are 15,000 official temples around Taiwan, dedicated to hundreds of gods, folk heroes, animals, and even a pair of 17th-century Dutch Admirals.
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Overcoming 40 years of solitude on Kinmen Island

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After acting as a frontline in the defence against a communist invasion of Taiwan, the islanders are re-familiarizing themselves with the tranquil routines of country life.
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Taiwan's culinary traditions

Taiwanese cooking has a long and complex history, with influences ranging from all over China mixed with a unique aboriginal/Polynesian base.


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