… Life in Taoyuan, Taiwan.
I wrote a post about how it seems that the desire for friendship, purely for the sake of friendship itself, sometimes seems to be considered shameful in Taiwanese society. Instead, it feels like you must have some ‘justification’ for seeking contact with other people – research, language exchange, employment or whatever. Dating seems to be [...]
This can be found near Chihkan Fort, Tainan…
It seems this is a genuine ‘news’ report from the US shown on Fox. Unbelievable. Absolutely unbelievable.
Do you ever find yourself wanting to access your email from both home and the office – but at the same time, hating the crappy webmail client that seems like the only way of doing it? In fact, there is a much nicer solution than ‘POP3′ email (outlook express), or webmail, which surprisingly few people [...]
I recently came across this interesting collection of photos of unusual protests in South Korea.
I wonder, has anyone ever compiled a compendium of unusual Taiwanese protests?
Take a look here and consider the reality that underlies each change of the digits.
Posted: June 30th, 2007 under Random.
I believe this vehicle to be the preliminary field test of a new, twin-barrel, single-turret ’stealth tank’ designed to merge almost invisibly with civilian traffic in Taiwan.
The alternative explanation is simply too stupid to be true.
And yet people wonder why I travel by bus rather than scooter.
Take a look here. Thanks to www.re-discovery.org!
I’m watching the elections in Scotland with some interest just now. For the first time in 300 years, it looks like Scotland may actually stand a chance of holding a vote about becoming an independent country. Wow! You can see the current results here.
These elections are decidely quirky:
The Scottish National Party has moved nationalism/independence to [...]
Posted: May 5th, 2007 under Random.
I did. :)
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