The Life of a Foreigner in Taiwan: An Introduction Ah, the life of a ‘waiguoren’ (meaning foreigner) in Taiwan! We get stared at by children and adults alike, especially in the smaller, more remote areas of the island. We get talked about on buses and subways by people who are unaware of the fact that … More Standing Out Like a Sore Thumb: Are Foreigners Only Noticed in Taiwan?
Let me start from the beginning – the very beginning! As most of you may already know from reading my blog, I have a passion for photography. I love photographing people, nature, landscapes, and objects. I have worked on my photography skills – close-up, composure, depth, angles, lighting – you name it. I have worked on it … More Through the Camera Lens – My Photos Published in a Magazine!
When I was running errands a couple of weeks ago and commuting to and from work, I couldn’t help but notice all the beautiful flowers blooming around town. Spring is in the air! The weather is warm! And the spring colors are just beautiful!! So I couldn’t resist taking the time to enjoy the last … More Bloom, Pretty Bloom, Bloom! – Spring in Taiwan (A PhotoBlog)
Although this year’s Lantern Festival has come and gone, I thought I would share with you some of the reasons as to why I keep going back year after year. So, without further ado, the top ten reasons why I love attending the Taiwan Lantern Festival! ~1~ It’s Free Attending the festival won’t cost you … More 10 Reasons Why I Love Attending the Taiwan Lantern Festival
Wow! It has been awhile since I actually posted but I just wanted to let you know that all is well in Taiwan and I have been focusing my attention on something quite amazing, sometime that I always wanted to do but never had the passion, never took the time to do it until now! … More It’s been awhile!!