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Wishing for less scooters
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?
Why Taiwan is a great place to live
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
Taipei's service touches close to your heart
Where a dream came true
Dong Biao, from mainland China, likes how all sorts of cultures impact and become fused together in Taiwan
Taiwan's influence on me
After having lived in the U.S. for some time, Regan Shieh moved back here 4-5 years ago due to the country's karaoke, convenient transportation and food, to name just a few reasons
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Taiwan, I love you
Gabriele Seewald believes that Taiwan could become a great reference model for the region in terms of people's ethics and leadership
Dan Josephson thinks that any threats to democracy could bring a quarrel over identity
Friendliness can hide discrimination too
Evan Centanni is the founder of geography news website and a keen observer of Taiwan
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Rushing to go nowhere, a Western pastime
If you spend enough time in a foreign country, even the starkest cultural differences have a way of melting away like a bad mood in the summer sun.
Taiwan frequenter aims for the summit
Brian Sio from Macau recalls traveling to Taiwan multiple times in the past years for sightseeing, meeting friends and relaxation.
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