6. November 2009 18:26
Today I'll just drop this off. I found it in Ximending last week and I must say that I am quite proud.
A nice get indeed.
29. October 2009 16:43
I hope you know what I'm talking about when I'm saying Presbyterian Church. It is, after all the Chinese code for a very special and now secret organization that people will only know about if they have seen backstroke of the west.
Well, I went their to speak with the council. As you can see, I am very happy as I just got my documents recognized as I demanded.
Thing is, I can not tell you yet what the documents were for or why I would go talk with cheddar monks. I can only tell so much that it has something to do with this building behind me - the one that is known as the tallest building in the world.
For you see. After all, my plot is very sinister. You should zoom into the above picture to see my awesome bad guy face really.
I'll tell you about my doings in the worlds tallest building tomorrow. (And yes, it is indeed still the worlds tallest building.)
9. October 2009 18:08
Today, I went a trip to the opposite border across the river from Danshuei. There, in Bali, we ate a bunch of seafood with Joni's rotary club.
Although before we started our fish gluttony in the evening (which was not super big although still more than usual), we went for a walk and ate other stuff by the harbor and later went to see Shi-san Hang Museum of Archaeology.
Danshuei is on the other side.
That's oyster omelette. I had one before already, but it was not really good, because the restaurant barely put any egg in it. This one was way better. Try it.More...
18. September 2009 15:52
Appareantly, people are scared away by the massive amounts of text I output recently. Although, traffic to the blog seems to becoming better, it did halt a little recently. You damn simple minded people, change your brains!
As you can see, it is also important to mentality well.
Actually, I think this blog is just going to be some easily digestible pictures with different flavors of Taiwan. More...
16. September 2009 16:50
So, today I want to tell you a bit about my school. Some of the info (obviously a lot) will apply to taiwanese schools in general, but of course there is always differences. Note that KaiNan vocational high school, (also known as KaiNan High School of Commerce and Industry,) is a japanese inspired school, but not in any an actual Japanese one (so it differs a lot). Also be aware, that most of the schools in Taiwan are inspired by japanese as is so many other things in this country which was a part of Japan before the end of World War 2.