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  • National Museum of Natural Science
    on Feb 7, 2013 in Taichung
    The National Museum of Natural Science provides a great way of spending the day by yourself or with your family. Take the time to peruse the over 30 permanent exhibits that cover a wide range of subject matter. Spanning 22 acres, the National Museum...
  • Chinese New Year Video
    on Jan 25, 2013 in Daily Life
    As I was researching the Lunar New Year for an upcoming lesson, I came across this interesting video about new year traditions.© 2008-2013 by Ah-Taiwan...
  • NHL 2013
    on Jan 20, 2013 in Daily Life
    Yes, even in Taiwan, we have felt the sting of the 2012-13 NHL lockout. In fact, I had pretty much given up hope of ever watching another NHL game. I realize that part of my sacrifice in coming to Taiwan was giving up hockey; watching games was my la...
  • The Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall
    on Nov 26, 2012 in Taipei
    The Chaing Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, built in 1980, is dedicated to, and therefore named in honor of Taiwan's former president. It is an enormous white marble building and blue glass roof tiles. The memorial hall is flanked by the National Theater and...
  • The Double Ninth Festival
    on Nov 19, 2012 in Festivals of Taiwan
    The concept of 'yin' and 'yang' underscores both modern and traditional schools of thought in Taiwan. And since the number '9' is considered to be charged with positive yang, it is believed that on the ninth day of the Ninth Lunar Month, yin and yang...
  • Tomb Sweeping Day
    on Nov 13, 2012 in Festivals
    Tomb Sweeping Day is a national holiday in Taiwan. It in not tied to the Lunar or Solar calendars, rather it falls 15 days after the vernal equinox; usually between April 4th and 6th. Families return to the graves of their ancestors to pay respects.O...
  • Fingas Basecamp
    on Oct 23, 2012 in Taichung Places to Go
    Established in the early 90's, Fingas has gone through a series of expansions and contractions to become one of Taichung's most popular western restaurants. Friendly service in both English and Chinese ensures that Fingas will be around for years to...
  • IKEA Taichung
    on Oct 2, 2012 in Taichung Places to Go
    IKEA is set to move to Taichung. It is tentatively scheduled to open by the end of 2013. >IKEA has started construction on Da Dun 11th Street where the old flower market used to be. It is located near the Wen Xin Forest Park, just off Wen Xin ROrigin...
  • Taiwan Criminal Background CheckObtaining a copy of your Taiwan Criminal Record is quite easy, assuming you haven't had any altercations with the police! Simply take the required documents to the Foreign Affairs Police Bureau and pay the NT$100 fee. Within 30 minutes you should be...
  • Uniform Invoice Tax Lottery
    on Sep 24, 2012 in Living in Taiwan
    Taiwan's government, in an effort to reduce retail tax evasion, has implemented a receipt lottery system. All vendors must provide a legitimate receipt.Original post blogged on b2evolution.
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