Are you marching for LGBT rights at the PRIDE Parade Taipei on October 25, 2015? Asia’s largest and most colorful Gay PRIDE Parade is held every October in Taipei.
The Taiwanese are a naturally superstitious people, and this is particularly evident during Ghost Month in Taiwan, also know as the Hungry Ghost Festival.
The Sanyi Woodcarving Festival has been held in Taiwan each year since 1990. It attracts countless woodcarvers and art lovers from around the world.
The Pera International Sand Sculpture Festival (FIESA) has been held annually in Faro, Portugal since 2003.
Christmas comes to Taiwan once again, and this time, it showed up in a glorious display of lights near Banciao Train Station. The best Christmas light show in Banciao City is one of my favorite events each year.
The Mediterranean island of Cyprus is best known for its beaches and heritage sites. However, the island also offers a wide variety of events and festivals as well. Here are some of our favorite recommendations.
Guest Author: Caroline Hosey, An Adventure of the Seoul When I think of March back home, I think of collecting seashells on the beach, Azalea flowers blooming, and of course the infamous St. Patrick’s Day parade. For those of you who are unfamiliar, Savannah, Georgia hosts one of the biggest St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in […]
The Taiwan Book Festival is on April 23-24 at Huashan Culture Park from 1pm-6pm. I am giving a presentation on How to Setup a Successful Blog/Website and Monetize It at 1pm on Saturday at Table C.
Love is in the air again as Qixi Festival, also known as Chinese Valentine’s Day, falls on August 16 this year.
The 6th Annual 2009 Taipei Toy Festival is here again. This year the show is being hosted at Huashan1914 Creative Park. The show runs from July 9-12th and it is expected to draw over 20,000 toy fanatics of all ages.