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Fibro-What? Kicking Fibromyalgia To The Curb (Not Really)

My struggle with the severe and debilitating symptoms of Fibromyalgia in Taiwan as a Canadian expat. Continue Reading →...
by My Several Worlds on Sep 8, 2015

Fibro-What? Kicking Fibromyalgia To The Curb

My struggle with the severe and debilitating symptoms of Fibromyalgia and dealing with the health system in Taiwan as a Canadian expat. Continue Reading →...
by My Several Worlds on Sep 8, 2015

Jin Feng (金峰魯肉飯): Taipei’s Most Famous Braised Pork Rice Bowl

If you spend any time in Taiwan, you’ll quickly realize that one of the most simple and most locally loved dishes... The post Jin Feng (金峰魯肉飯): Taipei’s Most Famous Braised Pork Rice Bowl appeared first on Migrationology - Foo...
by Migrationology on Sep 6, 2015

Lin Dong Fang: You’ll Love These Beef Noodles in Taipei

Taiwan is full of delicious things to eat. And while you can choose from a variety of Taiwanese favorites like... The post Lin Dong Fang: You’ll Love These Beef Noodles in Taipei appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Aug 30, 2015

Raohe Night Market: Must Eat When You Visit

One of the greatest things about being in Taipei is going to the night markets. I can’t think of anywhere else... The post Raohe Night Market: Must Eat When You Visit appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Aug 26, 2015

Din Tai Fung at Taipei 101: How to Eat Soup Dumplings

As a food lover, you’ve probably heard of Din Tai Fung (and maybe already eaten there?). It’s a restaurant that... The post Din Tai Fung at Taipei 101: How to Eat Soup Dumplings appeared first on Migrationology - Food Travel Blog.
by Migrationology on Aug 23, 2015

Ximending: A Taste of Old and New Taipei

Ximending refers to the area in Wanhua District in the western part of Taipei that’s famous as a center for shopping, fashion, and entertainment. The development of this neighborhood started during the time of Japanese colonization. Recreational es...
by Cush Travel on Aug 1, 2015

The National Palace Museum

The National Palace Museum is found in Shilin district of Taipei. This magnificent structure designed by Huang Baoyu looms against a backdrop of lush vegetation. The museum, which has one of the largest collections in the world, is home to 677,687 pi...
by Cush Travel on Jul 31, 2015

Getaway to a Country that Shaped Like Sweet Potato, Taiwan #Flashback #Taipei #Part 2

Flashback, Taipei, Part 2! Taipei have always been one of the choice Malaysian made for their travel. Able to get hold of cheap flights. Vibrant place. Chinese speaking. Huge night markets, plentiful street foods. Lovely Taiwan Sausages, desserts and...
by Irvine's Spices on Jul 31, 2015

The Hua Shan Cultural and Creative Industry Center

In the midst of modern city surroundings, the Hua Shan Cultural and Creative Industry Center, also known as Hua Shan Culture Park, is a refreshing haven for a lot of people. Found in the heart of Taipei, the park is a venue where artists freely expre...
by Cush Travel on Jul 30, 2015

The Taipei Zoo

The Taipei Zoo is one of the largest zoological gardens in Asia. It was founded in 1914 during the Japanese rule in Taiwan. Established at Yuanshan Mountain, the zoo used to be a private zoological garden under the ownership of Mr. Oe, a Japanese. Th...
by Cush Travel on Jul 29, 2015

The Grand Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall

The Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall was built in honor of China’s national father, Dr. Sun Yat-Sen. It is located in Xinyi District, which is on the eastern part of Taipei. The building is large, occupying an area of 29,464 squre meters, and sits on an e...
by Cush Travel on Jul 28, 2015

Discover Longshan Temple

Longshan Temple is one of Taiwan’s oldest temples. It was built in 1738 during the Ching Dynasty by settlers who came from the Fujian province in mainland China. It is an important place of worship. It is especially famous as a place to worship Gua...
by Cush Travel on Jul 27, 2015

Voodoo Doughnuts Taipei – A New Doughnut King in Town

Voodoo Doughnuts Taipei is officially open. The Portland, Oregan doughnut vendors have finally brought their sugary magic-filled doughnuts to Taipei. Continue Reading →...
by My Several Worlds on Jul 26, 2015

The National Theater and Concert Hall

The National Theater and Concert Hall are found in Liberty Square where the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall is also located. The theater and the concert hall are similar in appearance and are situated across each other some distance away from the memor...
by Cush Travel on Jul 26, 2015

Getaway to a Country that Shaped Like Sweet Potato, Taiwan #Flashback #Taipei #Part 1

Just ChillingFlashback! There are just too much memories, happening, events, etc, which i have missed out. Believe you too! Life have been busy. Life have been hectic. Life have been hard. Time flies. Time was limited. After the Bangkok-Pattaya posti...
by Irvine's Spices on Jul 24, 2015

Getaway to a Country that Shaped Like Sweet Potato, Taiwan #Flashback #Part 1

Just ChillingFlashback! There are just too much memories, happening, events, etc, which i have missed out. Believe you too! Life have been busy. Life have been hectic. Life have been hard. Time flies. Time was limited. After the Bangkok-Pattaya posti...
by Irvine's Spices on Jul 24, 2015

Taipei Theme Restaurants – Friends Central Park Cafe

The latest to join Taipei's theme restaurant craze is the newly opened Central Park Cafe, a replica coffee shop that is based on the TV show Friends. Continue Reading →...
by My Several Worlds on Jul 8, 2015

Friday Night Out: Events for Tonight!

At last - it’s Friday! It’s the start of that weekend freedom! And it’s time for that last minute planning of a night out with friends. Tonight is all about music, art and shopping. We felt this would come in […]...
by Everything Cebu on Jul 2, 2015

The Ramen Rater’s Trip To Thailand: Day 6 – The Long Road Home

Day 1 * Day 2 * Day 3 * Day 4 * Day 5 * Day 6 Came down to have a last try at the breakfast buffet. I’d been putting off the noodles but I figured I’d kick myself if I didn’t give them a try before I left. Good stuff! A little of [&...
by The Ramen Rater on Jun 12, 2015


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