Taiwan has something to say about food.
The Chinese is not helpful, either: “Psychology Management Consulting Company, Inc.” I’m at a loss how the English name came out of that.
Until I realized that they mean that it tastes very good.
…knork is here!
Taiwan welcomes the Year of the Dog. Tainan is as beautiful as it’s always been.
Taiwan street food may have reached a new pinnacle.
Taiwan is an island of food geniuses.
Urinals in a department store bathroom have these signs posted above, at eye level. Apparently there is a problem with accuracy, so these signs are an attempt to direct the pee to its intended destination.
One way to discover the strength of a society is to see how its people act when things go wrong.
The day before the new year holiday, we traveled down to the city of Tainan. Because of the big earthquake, the high-speed train was not running. Everyone who had tickets on the high-speed train (us) had the option of standing on the regular train. It was crowded and hot, and standing on the train was tiring. Nevertheless, all of the passengersÂ behaved like civilized people. Passengers with seats gave them to women carrying babies.
We couldn’t believe how quiet everyone was. I shot a short video clip of inside the train car to show how civilized people behave under inconvenient circumstances. Turn up your speakers, because it’s hard to hear anything at all.
Now imagine what it would sound like in a similar train if this were shot on a train in a different country.