My Book Taiwan: Snapshots of
Democracy in Action
Democracy makes all the difference between Taiwan and China. But Western media often ignore the world’s only ethnic Chinese democracy. Reading this richly illustrated book, you will be surprised to discover how vibrant democracy in Taiwan has become.
Discover an Exciting Side of Taiwan: Democracy in Chinese
Taiwanese are not afraid to speak out, hit the streets and make their voices heard. Reporting from Taipei, I have been lucky enough to witness and capture many key moments. From the 2008 watershed election to the aftermath of the 2012 Taiwan elections, these are my snapshots of democracy in action.
Get the E-Book 下載電子書
You can download my complete Taiwan book right now.
Enjoy the gorgeous photos on your iPad, iPhone, Mac or any other device than can display standard EPUB files.
You can also download my Taiwan E-Book from the iTunes store directly to your Apple device.
Feel free to tell your friends or anyone interested in Taiwan and China. Help spread the word!
Like it? Buy the Print Book 購買此書
Fell in love with Taiwan? Looking for that special present or coffee table book? Then the print edition of Taiwan: Snapshots of Democracy in Action is for you.
With 40 pages of high quality photo paper and a glossy cover, this book is a real beauty. You can order it at Blurb.com where they will print and ship it to you as fast as possible.
These are excerpts from the book as it will look like. Feel free to browse!
The price for the print book is US$19.95 plus postage. Check out the F.A.Q. below to find out how you might get a discount!
Shipping is possible to many countries, including Taiwan. China is not on that list yet, sorry.
It’s Completely Bilingual English-Chinese. And a Great Taiwan Present
Written in English as well as in traditional Chinese characters, this Taiwan book can help you learn Chinese.
And it makes a unique present for any:
F.A.Q. for Taiwan – Snapshots of Democracy in Action
Why am I doing this?
The aim of my work as a reporter is to raise more awareness for Taiwan. Democracy and a free society are here to stay. The complicated Taiwan-China relations often disctract from this simple fact.
Support my work
If you enjoy reading the book, or if you appreciate my reporting from Taiwan, feel free to make a small contribution. Strictly voluntary, of course.
Thank you for your interest.