This week at theCurrent we set our readers off on an Easter egg hunt (which is still going!), traveled to the unique country of Taiwan, celebrated Canadian women with a look at the banknote to be, and more! As always, catch up on what you missed with our Week in Review.
If you haven’t started already, we invite you to join in theCurrent’s biggest event yet – the ‘Hunt for the Golden Egg’! Scour the website and, if you’re lucky, you could find the elusive Golden Egg…and win $100 worth of currency from FXtoGO! If you look hard enough you’ll find some other prizes spread around, but keep an eye out for the golden one! Learn more, and start searching HERE!
Taiwan was our Country of the Week. We took a look at the unique history of this island country off the coast of the Chinese mainland. It wasn’t always easy, but Taiwan has come a long way over the past century! Learn more HERE.
Our Travel Guide explored a modern megacity, traditional culture, and absolutely stunning landscapes in equal measure. It’s truly staggering how much is packed into a small piece of land. Start your journey HERE.
This week’s Currency Spotlight delved into the New Taiwan dollar and the economy of the country as a whole. There’s a reason Taiwan is referred to as one of the ‘Four Asian Tigers’. See more HERE.
A Woman on the Canadian Dollar
We also took a closer look at the government’s decision to put a woman on the new Canadian banknote. Learn more about the decision HERE and start browsing some of the potential nominees HERE. We also want to hear your opinions on who deserves this great honour!
Every week here at theCurrent we bring you the world’s biggest business stories. This week: the Brexit gains support, Obama makes a historic visit to Cuba, and more HERE.
Next week we’re back to the sunny Caribbean (we just can’t stay away). Beyond that, look for more of the great stories you’ve come to expect!
Remember to follow theCurrent for all the latest on Continental Currency, travel, business and more. But if you do miss anything, check in every Sunday for our Week in Review and stay informed, stay Current.