Tagged: Taichung

Oct 03

The Weekend List / 35.

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I am not really a picky eater but there are some things you couldn’t pay me to eat:

– guava
– grapefruit
– bitter melon
– shaomai (also known as shumai, siumai)
– baked beans
– foie gras
– uni (sea urchin)
– oysters (especially raw)
– bean sprouts
– shark fin soup

What are some things you would never eat?


May 10

As Seen in An Alleyway / 22.



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Jan 02

As Seen in An Alleyway / 01.


As Seen in An Alleyway is a new series of photographs born out of my resolution to take a walk everyday while I explore the nooks and crannies primarily of Taipei but also in other cities of Taiwan. Walking has always been my first choice of transportation but it was after reading this book that I realized I had to incorporate it into my daily agenda as a solution to becoming healthier and more creative. The first set of photographs in this series was actually taken during my day trip to Taichung back in October last year, before I had made any resolutions; even before I had found out about The Happiness Project – but it is at the time I remember myself to first grasp the idea of how I was doing myself a huge favor by taking long, slow walks alone, in the company of only my camera.




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Nov 28

Blue Skies.

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Nov 25

Fall Colors.

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When I was in Taichung for a day trip recently, I managed to catch a little bit of the only autumn colors we get in the cities. Fall foliage is a foreign concept in Taipei City but we do have the Chinese golden rain trees to count on to add some colors during these last months of the year.

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