We know it's impossible for you to come join us at the metaphorical office water cooler to hear what we talk about in the newsroom. That's why we created the program: Hear in Taiwan. Tune in every weekday for a panel discussion with the news team to learn about the stories that caught our attention but did not quite make their way into the nightly newscast.
Tune into Hear in Taiwan to hear about the virtual 2020 Taiwan Film Festival that you can watch, a model father, a 98-year old grandma with a healthy addiction to video games and late President Lee Teng-hui's pet premium beef project.
Touring Taiwan by plane or cruise ship are just some of the newest ways people will be traveling this summer during the pandemic. Find out more about these new trends and other stories on this episode of Hear in Taiwan.
Join Natalie Tso and Shirley Lin on Hear in Taiwan, as they talk about a heartwarming story about father-daughter relationship, an upcoming Taipei Arts Festival and Taiwan's 2030 Bilingual Country Project.
A 72-year-old woman graduated from Taiwan Shoufu University in the southern city of Tainan this year, but she is not the only senior citizen whose motto is "it's never too late to learn!" National Yilan Univeristy in the northeast also saw a 91-year-old man who graduated in early June. In Hear in Taiwan, we also have stories about Keelung Bay and a middle-aged woman who gave birth to her 9th child in Taichung.