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I Have it Maid – Documentary About Runaway Migrant Workers - The documentary I Have it Maid, directed and produced by Alex Wolfgram and Nick Vaky, discusses the phenomenon of runaway migrant workers in Taiwan. Filmed primarily in Taipei and Manila, the film documents the process of which migrants are hired in their home countries throughout the time they arrive in Taiwan until they choose to run away. I Have it Maid touches on several touchy subjects including the underlying reasons causing...

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The best places to shop in Taipei - Taipei has perfectly combined art and modern. The varied products and fun shopping street makes Taipei the heaven for shoppers. If you want to find the most trending products in the fashion industry, or creative products, or even go treasure hunting in the night market, only Taipei can satisfy your need. Let’s check the five business districts, see if there is one for you. Xinyi business district, luxury shopping and entertainment block Xinyi business dis...

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The bourgeoisie’s trip in Taipei - When you talk about Taipei, most people would think about famous attractions like Taipei 101, the palace Museum, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall and others. However, to me, the warmness and friendliness of people in Taipei and the lives of the ordinary Taiwanese families are concentrated in those streets and alleys. If you have the time to look at Taipei in detail, then I suggest you to go to the Jianhua Holiday Flower Market, where you can observe the ordinary ...

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The “Oriental Venice” in Taiwan: old street in Danshui - Danshui is known as the “Oriental Venice”. The beautiful scenery, rich history and culture, presenting different aspects of the place in day, night even each season. The old Danshui Street by the side of the beautiful river is one of the old streets in Taiwan that has its own feature. Seeking f or the old love in Danshui is now trending. Even though the new buildings are getting more and more, the generation of the old streets such as...

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Explore new attractions in Taipei - There are more and more metro stations in Taipei. Taking a cab or renting a car, it takes less than an hour to get to beautiful suburb from downtown. According to the latest tourism survey, in 2015, there is 180 thousand more people travel to Taiwan from Singapore in 2010, which has increased 93.36%. Because of the convenient transportation, editor has spent a weekend in Taipei to explore new attractions, eat and drink. In the past few year, Taiwan has sl...

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Halloween “trick”- Taipei hotels invite guests to have eat and drink

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Youth Development Administration, Ministry of Education launches events

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To promote cycling tours in Taiwan, 3,000 riders take off in 4 cities

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Shezi Island – The forgotten backyard in Taipei - “Jilong River and Danshui River are by my side. The Shezi Island is as shiny as gold at the nightfall. My lover is calling my name, hoping it’s our future and our voice. Guanyin Mountain is across from me and blessing me. It blesses us for the day when we will success. Even the migrant birds bless me. The diamond Shezi Island in my heart.” You might haven’t heard this song, which is specially made for Shezi Island by the citizen. There is no...

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Thoughts on Traveling around the island of Taiwan - Once the White Dew is passed, the weather is getting cooler. The best season for the whole family to get out has come again. Even though the holidays are coming one after another, the recent holiday for the summit, mid-autumn festival, national day, who would feel that the holiday is too much? Since the sun is perfect, the breeze is not too big, why not take “EasyCard” with you to take the trip. Even though Taiwan is not very big, if you e...
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