My First Video: The Changing of the Guards at CKS Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan

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I would be the first person to admit that I am not a very ‘computer savvy’ person.  Any new task, even the smallest or easiest one that requires three clicks of the mouse, may take me 2 or 3 hours to figure out and complete.

So, you can imagine my surprise when I just created a channel on youtube and uploaded my first video without any assistance and without any hiccups – it was smooth sailing from start to finish.  And not only that, I did it in record time – now that deserves a pat on the back!

With that being said, I am proud to introduce my first youtube video.  It was recorded about a year and a half ago, a few months before my blog, Foreign Sanctuary, was created.  The video shows the last few minutes of the changing of the guards at Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall in Taipei.  It may not be the best video but it does captures the echoes commonly associated with this performance plus the precise unison and perfect formation of the soldiers.  (Wanna know about info about the changing of the guards in Taipei, the check out this post – Marching to the Beat: 3 Spots to See the Changing of the Guards in Taipei)

It’s a start and my videos can only get better (positive thinking, right?)!  Hope you enjoy!

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10 thoughts on “My First Video: The Changing of the Guards at CKS Memorial Hall in Taipei, Taiwan

  1. Nice one and well done for putting it on here 🙂
    We missed this whilst in Taipei so i’s nice to have a chance to see it even if a while later, thanks!

  2. Happy to hear that you’re starting a YouTube channel. I managed to see the changing of guards when I visited the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall – quite interesting.

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