September 18, 2020
‘Mulan’ Wanted Chinese Money. Taiwan’s Rising Filmmakers Don’t.
By Anthony Kao
As Taiwan decouples from China, its filmmakers are starting to eschew Chinese profits in favor of political expression.
February 27, 2019
The 228 Incident Still Haunts Taiwan
By James X. Morris
From memorials to vandalism, Taiwan continues to remember its history -- and debate its future.
September 30, 2016
Taiwan’s White Terror and the Search for Transitional Justice
By Chang-Ling Huang
The costs of a "silent revolution."
September 12, 2014
History and the Possibility of Taiwan-Japan Relations
By Lorand C. Laskai
Many Taiwanese have a surprisingly positive take on Japan’s colonial legacy, with memories that remain salient today.
May 21, 2014
Taiwan’s Nuclear Future and Authoritarian Past
By Brent Crane
The intense debate in Taiwan over nuclear power has echoes of a less democratic past.
March 08, 2014
Remembering Taiwan's White Terror
By Julie Wu
One man recounts his journey through a dark chapter in Taiwan’s history.
October 04, 2013
Are Chinese Reforms Really a Myth?
Those who would criticize the pace of China’s reform efforts should consider the context.