American Justice in Taiwan […] The standout successful English-language book about Taiwan in recent years – well, other than the perennial chart-topping Lonely Planet travel guide – has been Cathy Erway’s The Food of Taiwan: Recipes from the Beautiful Island.
Porcelain made in this way resembles that of the Chinese only superficially and is always termed soft, or artificial, porcelain.
It’s set during the seventh month of the Chinese calendar (typically falling in August), a time when the dead roam the world of the living.
The spirits […] In the years after China’s “Liberation” (as an aside, China’s “liberation” should always be used with quotation marks) a steady stream of leftist visitors paid court to Mao Zedong’s PRC and came away enthusiastically repeating CCP propaganda.
Containing facts and information about the founding and establishment of the 13 Colonies and the struggles of the early colonists.
The line of demarcation between the two classes of vitrified materials—stoneware and porcelain—is extremely vague.He is the main author of The Real Taiwan and the Dutch, a guidebook to people and places connected to the seventeenth-century period of Dutch occupation.