Taiwanese-Australian entrepreneur Jimmy Yang (left) spends much of his time at his Taipei restaurant and bar, Woolloomooloo. Many younger Taiwanese are focused on work they see as creative and innovative. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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Taiwan's 'Strawberry Generation' Reaches Out To The Young And Trendy

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Can Starbucks Do For Tea What It Has Done For Coffee?

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