Visitors to Taiwan will quickly learn what Taiwan residents take for granted everyday – there’s a lot of waterfalls in Taiwan. No, seriously. The volume of water that flows over rocks on this Pacific island is mind-numbing. Gravity is in full effect when it comes to H₂O. There may be no better place in the world to study the water cycle.
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Area expatriate Shawn Coates has expressed his frustration to his fellow Facebook users in the popular forum, Kaohsiung Q&A. “Dude, does anyone know where to find, like, cucumbers?” This marks the 17th such request made by Mr. Coates in the past 30 days. Previous inquiries include surfboards, milk, vintage tube socks, tea, scooter repair shops, […]
Just six weeks after arriving in Taiwan, recent college graduate and Marine Communications major Carole Littleman welcomed the first class of students at the newly-opened “Boo! Xiban”, an after-school program to help children ages 5-12 start their own buxibans. “I’m not really sure what I’m doing here, but the curriculum is solid.” The conveniently-located cram […]