On April 4th, 2012, the often neglected hillside cemeteries and graveyards of Taiwan will become hives of activity as families prepare for Tomb Sweeping Day (Ching Ming Jie). Tomb Sweeping Day in Taiwan is a day for Taiwanese families show their love and respect for their ancestors by visiting their graves.
Guanjiang Shou: With their fiercely painted faces, protruding fangs and powerful, choreographed performances, Taiwan’s most popular traditional folk performing troupe never fail to attract onlookers.
For travelers who are interested in delving beneath the surface of Taiwan’s main sightseeing attractions and flashy neon facade, British author Steven Crook demonstrates that there is more to Taiwan than meets the eye.
A practical and very informative guide to Taiwan, Do’s and Don’ts in Taiwan shines a spotlight on Taiwanese culture and customs. The book is full of helpful behavioral tips that every visitor to Taiwan should be aware of.