Food Review: Taiwan Eats

Food Reviews & Stories
Beaverton has long banned food-cart pods, a major stumbling block in efforts to enliven the moribund downtown of Portland’s second-most-populous suburb. But cart operators are nothing if not resourc   More
Wednesday, September 16, 2015 MARTIN CIZMAR

Voodoo Doughnuts Now Made in Taiwan

"The most pure hippie culture in Taiwan!"


Food & Drink
Voodoo Doughnut's first Taiwan outlet is open in Taipei as of June 18—the first outpost in the Portland doughnut chain's huge Asian expansion plans in both Taiwan and Japan. It's the second Portland novelty doughnut chain to go east. Blue Star Donuts celebrated its Tokyo location's grand opening in April, and co-owner Micah Camden took the opportunity to look at girls' panties in vending ...   More
Tuesday, June 23, 2015 by MATTHEW KORFHAGE

Updated: Sam Adams Heads to Taiwan as Recall Campaign Heads to the Streets

Mayor Sam Adams' campaign promise of developing an "export trade strategy" takes him to Taiwan next week just as the signature-gathering campaign to recall him from office also takes flight. Last year, the then mayor-elect — in support of his "export trade strategy" — traveled to China. (Adams said then he also went to help China "in its efforts to become sustainable.") The China ...   More
Tuesday, July 7, 2009 BETH SLOVIC

Photo Contest Reminder ... Plus Check Out A New Photo of Mayor Sam Adams Having A Good Time in Taiwan

Just a reminder that there's a noon deadline today to enter your caption suggestions for this photo above of Mayor Sam Adams in Taiwan. To enter, go to the comments section here at the original post announcing the contest. The winner gets a $25 gift certificate to Rovente Pizza. Meantime, the new photo below is from the Taiwan News, which says Adams is with Kaohsiung City Vice Major Li Yung-de ...   More
Thursday, July 16, 2009 Story Forum Editor

LIVE REVIEW: U-Theatre at the Newmark

U-Theatre, one of Taiwan's national cultural treasures, spends most of its time at a outpost near the top of a hill outside of Taipei—surrounded by wind and rock. The group reportedly trains together for up to 16-hours a day—they meditate and eat together too—creating art together in the form of dance, song, theater, drumming and martial arts. They are an intense and spiritual ...   More
Friday, April 9, 2010 KELLY CLARKE


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