I’m not really sure where it was. I went up with a bunch of local Taiwanese to some magical spot up in Yangmingshan. The locals grow some special flowers, tea and herbs in a valley enclosed between Yangmingshan’s peeks almost touching the clouds.
National Taiwan University campus : Taipei
Taiwan has a special place in my heart. In 2006 I landed for the first time in Taipei and I soon realized I want to linger longer. I got myself a flat in the Gongguan area, near the National Taiwan
Four Four South Village market : Taipei 101
Near the Taipei 101, once the tallest building in the world, is a historical KMT army village that was turned into a culture village – the Four Four South Village. Long ago I wrote about the disappearing Taiwanese Juan Cun
Nostalgic walking tour : Taipei
I lived in Taiwan on and off for about two years, and so my last visit was filled with nostalgia. My strong connection with Taiwan started in the very first day I arrived in Taipei in the middle of the
Walking tour of Jiufen : Taiwan
Last summer I made a stop in my old home of Taiwan on the way back to Europe from a summer conference/visit to Japan. To me, Taiwan is filled with nostalgia. In the time that I lived there I think
Measuring exhibition 2121 Design : Songshan Taipei
Taipei’s got a blooming cultural scene, with new cultural districts offering lots of cultural events, exhibitions, and art displays. In 2014 I made a cultural tour visit to Taipei and discovered a few new areas, and when I came back to
Mining Village Houtong : Taiwan
Houtong in Ruifang an hour from Taipei close to Jiufen and Keelung offers funky attractions. The former mining colony now mainly attracts the Taiwanese tourists for its “cat village“, where cats basically roam around in large numbers as if they’re
It looks like Zhuzi Hu. It is famous for the calla lilies which flower in April.
David – Yep, you’re right. Thanks!
Wow, I remember running on that small road ｉｎ ｐｉｃ ３ when I ｗａｓ ５ ｙｅａｒｓ ｏｌｄ．．