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Taiwan's Peace Fest 2009 Review

Taiwan’s Peace Fest 2009 Review

This year’s Peace Fest was set in the village of Sanzhan in beautiful Taroko National Park. Now in its 5th consecutive year, Peace Fest 2009 was the best yet for many reasons. First, the location was unbeatable. With lush green mountains draped with wispy clouds and an azure stream as backdrop, the music and good […]

Peacefest and Basic Aid Alert 2009

Peacefest and Basic Aid Alert 2009

Taiwan Peace Festival in Hualien – 和平音樂祭在花蓮 http://www.hopingforhoping.com/ Peacefest! Nov 6 -8 2009 2 weeks later in Puli 兩個禮拜以後在埔里: BASIC AID 2009! MUSIC/ART FEST http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=146097285965&ref=mf BASIC AID! NOVEMBER 20 – 22 2009 [ cialis once daily | buy cheapest cialis | cialis professional 20 mg | canadian viagra best deals | cheap kamagra viagra | […]

Peace Festival 2008: Wet and Wild

Peace Festival 2008: Wet and Wild

This years Peace Festival had an unexpected twist to things. Due to the heavy rainfall leading up to the event, there was a lot of mud and grass just ready to be churned and turned by the party goers. By Saturday night, what once was the nice grassy yard in front of the stage (and […]

CC Lemon Song By Fahrenheit 飛輪海

This post covers two subjects at once. Everyone in Taiwan knows how infectious the jingle for the soft drink CC Lemon has become. If you are anywhere in the country it’s likely if you start off the CC, anyone nearby will finish with the lemon.] CC Lemon is a Japanese soft drink, basically a sweet […]

Cyndi Wang

Cyndi Wang is the latest in our introduction of Taiwanese pop stars. A quick bio: Also known as Wang Xin Ling locally, she was born in Hsinchu, Taiwan in 1982. She has become one of the most popular singers in the country, and has acted in a well known TV Drama Sonria Pasta (Smiling Pasta). […]

Angela Zhang 張韶涵 Taiwanese Canadian Pop Star

Angela Zhang (張韶涵) was born in Taiwan and moved to Canada when she was 12. She lived and graduated high school in Vancouver. She has since returned to Taiwan and can sing in Chinese and English. This video is good. I particularly wish they showed the circus performers more. It reminds me of Pink Floyd […]

F.I.R. 飛兒樂團

We have shown some videos of Taiwanese music and stars in the past, and it seems that people are enjoying it, so here is another Taiwanese band for you to listen to. F.I.R. – The name F.I.R. comes from the band members initials: Faye, Ian, and Real. It is also an acronym for an album […]