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I would like to start sharing interesting things in Taiwan for people around the globe. If this is the first time that you ever heard about this country, it is the right place for you. I don’t represent the government or any organization, so I say or write anything straightforward.
Despite the different colonization here, Taiwan has long been a place full of treasures and wonders. I would like to show you guys the real life here from the perspective of a civilian. If my articles could raise your attentions to get to know this island, I appreciate.

To begin with

Taiwanese bento foods

Thanks to longer holidays this year, we could hang out and eat after meeting with our relatives. Sometimes I still miss these kinds of simple foods, after we had big meals at fancy restaurants with friends. Maybe this is the Taiwanese flavor, the most authentic and representative food in Taipei. If we visit south, tons…

The third day of Rabbit year

Tradition here on the third day of lunar new year, people did not go outside for fun because it is the day that the Asian Furious God shows up, commonly known as “赤口日tshiah-kháu-ji̍t”, so it was highly recommended that people stay at home with family members to either watch TV or play cards to spare…


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    1. Middager says:

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  9. I have loved making the stuffing for the bird and seeing the beauty of it when it comes out of the oven and the wonderful smells of the different foods. Now, it is scaled down and not as satisfying as it used to be, but still nice to have family near. During the Pandamic it was just photos of everyone sitting at our table.

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    1. Middager says:

      I love the traditional way of cooking turkey, but in Taiwan, only hotel restaurants offer such service with higher prices than normal roast chicken houses. People here drink pumpkin soup sometimes at the Western style restaurant. Hope the pandemic will be over as soon as possible.

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