It's a difficult thing, finding your way through a jungle at night. Harder still to distinguish between diverging paths when you have no idea where you're going or how to get there. Surrounded in three dimensions by mud and foliage, there's little hope for those unfamiliar with the terrain. So, it's really no surprise that, on the dark side of a densely forested mountain on the outskirts of Taipei, I wound up hopelessly turned around even as I became further and further separated from my companions.
2015/3/2, 1 Comment
Ariel Lin shares her opinion in defining 'International Perspective'
When I moved back to Taiwan two years ago, the summer sun caught me off guard. I used to live in Canada, so it was a drastic change from the chilly climate of North America to the humid, sizzling temperatures of a sub-tropical country.
2015/1/26, 4 Comments
Pete M Jones wonders why bus lanes are built in the middle of the roads instead of the nearside lanes as in his home city?
When she heard about the opportunity to share her experiences and perspective as a foreigner living in Taiwan, Beth Dietrich became really excited. Before she moved to Taiwan, she worked for a small local newspaper and she loves writing
Nomura Shin, from both China and Japan, likes how TV anchors paint each topic with exaggeration