I’ve lived in Taiwan for some time long ago, and but haven’t really paid much attention to Taichung. I’ve been there maybe twice, and if asked I can’t really say that I could recall much about the city, but rather
Lukang’s old streets is a reminder of the alternative style the Chinese/Taiwanese culture could have offered the world. Those magical small streets hidden between exceptionally ordinary Taiwanese small-town streets are what – IMHO – Taiwanese cities could have felt like
A few weeks ago I went to visit Taichung, and saw a few cool spots. Visiting Taichung’s Taiwan Arts Museum with Europe st. and the Taichung Folk Park there were a few other spots I didn’t mention which I thought
While in Taichung, I went to visit a little local park they simply call “Folk park”. It’s an old Taiwanese residence, I think, a bit like Lin Family House up in Taipei, featuring… Chinese style garden and ponds… …
A short while after coming back to Taiwan, I went to see Taichung for the first time. I’ve heard so much about Taichung being “the most livable city in Taiwan” that I was really curious what it would be like.