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Rocking the Taroko Gorge

The Hualien County is mostly characterized by a stunning view of the Pacific Ocean while its topography is mostly of mountains, rocks and cliffs. Much of Hualien makes up plenty of impressive rock formations but the most famous of them all would defi...
by Cush Travel on Sep 1, 2016

Getting around Hualien for Foreigners

Hualien is found on a strip of land between the Central Mountain Range of Taiwan and the Pacific Ocean. It is a small city that can easily be navigated by foot and is considered to be one of the most pleasant cities in Taiwan. Most tourists visit Tai...
by Cush Travel on Aug 31, 2016

Whale Watching in Hualien – An Activity worth the Trip

It seems as if the endless view of the Pacific Ocean and the spectacular coastal rock formations are not enough to keep Hualien visitors amazed by the county. Hualien offers another new form of entertainment through whale watching in Hualien. Along w...
by Cush Travel on Aug 30, 2016

Jici Beach – Enjoying the Sun, Sand and Swimming

Three kilometers of a soft sandy beach is what makes the Jici Beach one of the most popular spots in Hualien. Found in the Jici Village of the Gonbin Township of Hualien County, the Beach of Jici is one of most visited beaches in the east region of T...
by Cush Travel on Aug 29, 2016

Bonsai Kimeng, Keindahan Tanaman Hias, Dan Harga Yang Lumayan

bonsai kimeng – Mungkin saja anda merasa sedikit aneh mendengar nama jenis bonsai kimeng. Bandingkan misalnya dengan nama beberapa jenis bonsai yang lain seperti bonsai beringin putih atau santigi karang misalnya, nama-nama itu jelas lebih inda...
by Budidaya Tanaman Bonsai on Aug 28, 2016

Taipei Travel Guide: Unusual Things to Do in Taipei (Part 2)

Taipei has a quirky side. Oh yes it does. If you didn’t know it, there’s a handful of off-beat and unusual things to do in Taipei from museums, factory tours and theme cafes.   As always, my video give an inside peek into the experience...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Aug 17, 2016

Ultimate Taipei Travel Guide | Best Things to Do in Taipei (Part I)

I spent 9 days in Taipei. Did I do everything? Not even close. A fortune telling street, a snake and toilet restaurant, night markets… as an international foodie capital, Taipei is a dynamic city you’ll want to put on your travel bucket list.
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Aug 10, 2016

Freestyle Fixed durch die Straßen von Taiwan

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by Fixie Singlespeed Blog on Aug 3, 2016

Taipei Eats food tour takes a big bite out of Taiwan

. Taiwan is very much a foodie capital to explore if you love food and travel! Oh yes, it is.  So of course, I wanted to take a food tour to see and experience the country through its food.  Enter Taipei Eats food tour.  As the leading food to...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Aug 2, 2016

Taipei All Over (Day 3: Chia Te, Yayoi Teishoku, Airport Lounge)

Our last day in Taipei was a quick one. Our flight was scheduled around 8 in the evening which is why we wanted to leave by around 4 PM so we can still go around Taoyuan Airport We headed to Chia Te located just outside of Nanjing Sanmin Station to b...
by The Tourist Pao on Aug 2, 2016

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen apologizes to aboriginals for 'suffering'

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen (AFP Photo)Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen has for the first time formally apologized to the indigenous minority living on the island for centuries-long oppression committed against them. "I apologize to the indi...

Jexit: What if Japan tears up all its Australian #LNG contracts?

  If Japan successfully concludes that key clauses of current LNG sales agreements are anti-competitive, what will be the impact on global gas markets?   Whoa, back up. What’s this? News sources are reporting that the mighty METI, Ja...
by Fuel Up! on Jul 31, 2016

Taipei All Over (Day 1: Swiio Hotel, Presidential Palace, Ximending, Ningxia Night Market)

My latest trip brings me back to Taipei for the second time this year. I just had to book a flight with the awesome seat sale deal we found. For this trip, I was able to book two round trip Philippine Airlines business class tickets for only USD $32...
by The Tourist Pao on Jul 30, 2016

Taipei All Over (Day 2: Addiction Aquatic Development, Maokong Gondola, Raohe Night Market)

After a much needed rest, Day 2 might be the best and most memorable day of our trip. We started our day by doing some creative shots along the hallway of Swiio Hotel. There was a cleaning service on our hallway so we had to move to another floor t...
by The Tourist Pao on Jul 30, 2016

Taipei Culture Shock : Things to Love or Hate (video)

Taipei Culture Shock : 7 Things to Love or Hate (video)   Culture shock can vary in range, from extremely unpleasant to mind-blowing awesome. Each traveler has their own gauge of likes and dislikes in experiencing ‘cultural difference̵...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Jul 28, 2016

7-Eleven in Taiwan (Video)

7-Eleven Taiwan  (watch video) If you’ve seen my last video on 7-Eleven in Thailand, you’d know Asian 7-Elevens are more exciting than in the U.S. Here’s some reasons why 7-Eleven Taiwan is awesome! ‘7-Eleven Taiwan’ T...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Jul 28, 2016

6 Top Attractions of Northern Taiwan | Taiwan Travel Guide

6 Top Attractions  Northern Taiwan | Taiwan Travel Guide Before I went to Taiwan, I saw a Taiwan travel brochure of the striking natural sights of Northern Taiwan (Northeastern to be exact). I knew I had to visit and that’s what drew me...
by GRRRL TRAVELER on Jul 20, 2016

CHINESE EMPIRE - South China Sea

RELATED:  "International court rejects China's claims in South China Sea" by Larisa Epatko, PBS NewsHour 7/12/2016"What next in the dispute over the South China Sea?" PBS NewsHour 7/12/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  China is rejecting a ruling by an...
by Mage Soapbox on Jul 18, 2016

Nansha Conflict: Contending for Kalayaan Islands

"What did I violate? I am protecting national territory!" (Tinyente Tagalog on a Senate probe against him about the issue)The Murillo Velarde Map (1734)Photo courtesy of Murillo Velarde MapThe Spratlys or Spratly Islands (also known as Kalayaan...
by The Young Filipino Historian on Jul 16, 2016

Taiwan Trip Day 2- Danshui/Tamsui District's Fisherman's Wharf and Lover's Bridge

Here's the continuation of our trip in Taiwan few years ago. I have forgotten to post about the remaining days of our trip due to several backlogs. I just remembered it recently when I was invited to be the guest speaker for Time for Taiwan event hel...
by Itsberyllicious on Jul 13, 2016


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