Blog Posts - Taichung



Silkroad Magazine — Taiwan Old Brands

A recent assignment for Silkroad taking photos of four generational shops around Taiwan turned out to be a lot of fun as all the traditional shops and subjects were interesting and photogenic. The third shop I went to was Hsiang Ren He’s tradit...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 6, 2015

Mazu Pilgrimage — Renaissance

Mazu Pilgrimage for Transasia inflight magazine, Renaissance. Massive celebrations marking the beginning of annual Mazu pilgrimage are held at Jenn Lann Temple in Dajia, Taichung , both the starting and ending point of Taiwan’s largest annual...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 14, 2014

Taichung photodiary

Long overdue photos from a city I enjoyed very much in Taiwan, Taichung. We departed from Taipei around noon and got on the High Speed Rail which, travels at up to 300km/h. It was so quick, we reached Taichung in less than 2 hours. Think my...
by CharisCity on Jan 12, 2014

Taichung

Long overdue photos from a city I enjoyed very much in Taiwan, Taichung. We departed from Taipei around noon and got on the High Speed Rail which, travels at up to 300km/h. It was so quick, we reached Taichung in less than 2 hours. Think my...
by CharisCity on Jan 12, 2014

Renaissance — TransAsia Airways inflight magazine

Lead (lede?? or is that only for words?) photo of an old bank cum restaurant — (第四信用合作社) Add: No. 72, Zhōngshān Rd, Zhong District  Taichung City (中山路72號) — which was featured in the November/December edition of...
by The Taiwan Photographer on Nov 11, 2013

Travelogue - Taiwan, Day 11 (Taichung)

On the second day in Taichung, we set out to explore the Tung Hai University and the city centre. The highlight was the Luce Memorial Chapel - which was unique because of its architecture. The journey to the university didn't take long, and we got to...

Travelogue - Taiwan, Day 10, A little bit of Feng Jia

Woke up to a beautiful day! The sky was blue, the breeze just right. We didn't have much to do in the morning so we sat around the hotel's courtyard, taking in the sunshine, and enjoying a good read. This was our designated traveling day. Later...

Taiwan Provincial Taichung Hospital Information

Taiwan Provincial Taichung Hospital located at 199 San Min Road, Sec. 1, Taichung, Taiwan...
by tips healthy on Aug 15, 2013

Misty Mountains

I was in the mountains of Taiwan for the past week and the theme was clear. Rain and fog. Every day. These are rare clearing of the mists.
by The Taiwan Photographer on Apr 30, 2013

National Museum of Natural Science

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...
by Ah-Taiwan on Feb 7, 2013

Perjuangan Sholat Jumat di Yunlin Taiwan

Setelah 1 minggu berada di Yunlin Taiwan, akhirnya pada hari ke-6 kita bertemu dengan Masjid di Taichung City. Perjuangan ke Masjid cukup berat karena jaraknya sangat jauh. Kami harus melakukan perjalanan 3 km ke statsiun dengan sepeda, terus naik ke...
by Kuliah Muhamad Ali, MT on Dec 21, 2012

Fingas Basecamp

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...
by Ah-Taiwan on Oct 23, 2012

IKEA Taichung

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...
by Ah-Taiwan on Oct 2, 2012

Pizza Rock

Located in Taichung's Canal District, the Pizza Rock serves some of Taichung's best Montreal style thin crust pizza.Original post blogged on b2evolution.
by Ah-Taiwan on Aug 27, 2012

BeMo's

Looking for a healthy lunch or dinner alternative? BeMo's is just the place. Their Greek, Thai, Mexican and Canadian wraps give Bemo's a great multicultural mix of flavor.Original post blogged on b2evolution.
by Ah-Taiwan on Aug 27, 2012

Educational Detente Across Taiwan Strait

Educational Détente Across Taiwan Strait. TAIPEI — Last January, Chao Ying, a student from northeastern China, stepped out of the train station into the rain at Jiufen, a picturesque former gold mining town in northern Taiwan, and saw something...
by LanguageCorps Asia on Aug 2, 2012

The Splendor Hotel Taichung

The Splendor Hotel Taichung is located at the heart of Taichung’s most prosperous commercial district. Whether from home or abroad, you will be pampered with excellent service. Their world class amenities will help you enjoy Taichung.Original post...
by Ah-Taiwan on Apr 23, 2012


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