How did a small-town dermatologist in Taiwan amass the most historically important record collection in China, one so vast he doesn’t know its size? Post Magazine finds out.
Who knew that sex, drugs and the Tao would be the seeds that blossomed into Thailand’s massive fasting detox retreat industry? And yet, here we are, by way of one Daniel Reid, author and former LSD enthusiast.
The Hongdae district of the the South Korean capital is the beating heart of a live music scene that began with American soldiers on R&R in the 1960s and which still has a taste for R&B, soul, funk and psychedelia.
After all-conquering runs on stage and screen, The Phantom of the Opera returns as an arena show.
Top hardcore bands from the US and Britain are joining local acts in the city's first heavy metal music festival.
The TV host tells David Frazier about her journey from Texas to Taiwan, and to becoming a try-anything type.
Spring Wave is the latest attempt to bring a Taiwanese music festival to Hong Kong. Organiser Shen Kwan-yuan tells David Frazier why this one should stick around
Mando-pop star A-Lin lives in the shadow of her mentor A-Mei, but she remains a rare talent, writes David Frazier.
In 1995, the first Spring Scream music festival took place on an improvised stage at a little-known beach in southern Taiwan.
The Austin, Texas, band …And You Shall Know Us by the Trail of Dead can drop guitar distortion on an audience as if they are carpet-bombing. They also have a weirdly literary edge, a way of carving real songs out of all their noisiness, and a reputation for trashing instruments at the end of their shows.