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A "recycled teenager" learning to blog.

Mar 5, 2016

Walk Down the Streets of Taiwan

The younger generation of Taiwanese
The pioneer generation of Taiwanese

"Taipei Fascinations" bronze statues set up in celebration of Taipei City's 130th anniversary in 2014.  The 4 life-size bronze statues were situated outside Exit 1 of the metro station to represent the image of the city's demolished West Gate and development of old Taipei, combing historic elements with modern designs.

First Impressions of the Streets of Taipei

The Ximen Hotel basecamp during the trip.

Taiwan is a big city with a high population of vehicular traffic and people on the streets.

Why do some countries drive on the left and others on the right? Some Google answers here .

The series of photo-journal blogs to describe my first impressions of my first visit to Taipei to share in bite-sized portions; grouped in categories and topics for the convenience of the readers.



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