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Eye On Taiwan
Two nights in Taipei
Aewis Hii's first two nights in Taipei were absolutely fantastic and he could tell so many more stories of this wonderland, the people, the geography, the culture and the food
 
Learning first-hand about Taiwan: History, Urban Space and Society
Rachel is a graduate of Harvard and Duke Universities and a former Miss Singapore 2013 titleholder. She currently works in Seoul, South Korea.
 
Dan Josephson from the USA sees Taiwanese opera as a reminder of the country's rich cultural history and what local people have endured to keep it.
 
An enjoyable and memorable Taiwan experience
Sebastian Szawiz, 23, recently completed an exchange year in Taiwan, during which he completed courses at National Taiwan University's College of Law, spending a total of 11 months on the island
 
Celebrating 3 years in Taipei
Dawen Wang recalls how he was a struggling musician who could barely pay his monthly rent in America, but here in Taiwan, he has become a Mandopop singer-songwriter performing every week
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There are so many reasons to love Taiwan
David Ferrandiz Mont is a student in the International Health Program of National Yang-Ming University, Taipei.
 
The 'Hakka World' of Taiwan
For Dan Josephson from the U.S., the glory and rich culture of Taiwan lies in the fact that it truly cements that historically traced fact of life that 'everything came from somewhere'.
 
Humble, but promising beginnings in Taiwan
Jean-Loup Fayolle from France is a communication and health coach, as well as an organic farmer, who wants to improve ethics in Taiwan business
 
Run for the hills
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.
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Textile professional finds Taiwan fascinating
Drawn by Chinese culture and interested in learning the Chinese language, San Francisco-born Courtney Cruzan flew to mainland China four years ago. She and her husband stayed in Zhejiang province (浙江省) for two years before they came to Taiwan.
 
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