This wave of creative energy can be traced back to the 1950s and 1960s. After the rise of modernism in Taiwan, the successive establishment of magazines such as "Modern Literature", "Theatre", and "Human World", as well as the establishment of the "May Painting Society", allowed Taiwan's various Art creation is full of vitality. After the 1990s, the content of reports on Southeast Asia became more and more diverse, including the March 1990 issue of "Malaysian Brides Through Ports", which focused on the issue of intermarriage between Taiwan and Southeast Asian countries (Malaysian "students in Taiwan" at that time.
The total number exceeds 30,000, of which no photo restoration service less than 3,000 are married to the "Treasure Island Girl"), as well as the December 1991 issue of "Singapore Chinese Movement Re-advanced" and the March 1998 issue of "Taiwanese Businessmen in Southeast Asia" Heart Voice". The coverage has gradually shifted from economics and literature to marriage and education between the two countries, but at this time the reporting angle is still to look outward, to see how different countries and cultures overcome various difficulties and so on.
After 2000, "Guanghua" further explored the living aspects of new immigrants and residents in Taiwan. Interview articles from this period included "The Bride Forever? Taiwanese Daughter-in-Law from Southeast Asia, "Call Me a Gifted Student - Yan Yongquan, the Son of the "Outlaw" (winner of the 5th President's Education Award at the age of 12), "New Immigrants' Taiwan Year", and "Hometown Taste of New Residents, Fragrance on a Treasure Island” can be said to be more in-depth and diverse, and Taiwanese society during this