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  • Taiwan to press AIIB bid at Hsia-Chang meeting

    TAIWAN News
    22 May 2015 | 7:31 pm
    Taipei, May 22 (CNA) The head of Taiwan's top China policy planning body will push the island's bid to become
  • This Memorial Day parade is brought to you (in part) by Kuwait and Taiwan - Center for Responsive Politics

    TAIWAN news - Google News
    22 May 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Center for Responsive PoliticsThis Memorial Day parade is brought to you (in part) by Kuwait and TaiwanCenter for Responsive PoliticsTaiwan, Holbert said, has been involved in order to help commemorate the Flying Tigers — a group of American fighter pilots who volunteered to support China in its defense against Japan during World War II, which ended 70 years this September.
  • Savings plan to aid parents with education expenses

    China Post Online - Taiwan , News
    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - A savings strategy called the Millionaire Plan (小富翁帳戶), created by Taipei Fubon bank, provides parents with the option of investing money for their children's tuition fees.
  • Ducks hand Blackhawks first home loss

    Taipei Times
    22 May 2015 | 5:00 pm
  • Acushnet (Titleist) patent-infringement case takes on start-up brands

    Taiwan News
    22 May 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Acushnet, the parent company of golf ball behemoth Titleist, is saying more than a dozen different balls from an array of small startup companies are infringing on its patents for dimple patterns. The lawsuit claims Acushnet has been "seriously damaged" by the alleged infringements, but the ultimate question may be whether the mere presence of this lawsuit might seriously damage the existence of these small brands.
 
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  • This Memorial Day parade is brought to you (in part) by Kuwait and Taiwan - Center for Responsive Politics

    22 May 2015 | 3:06 pm
    Center for Responsive PoliticsThis Memorial Day parade is brought to you (in part) by Kuwait and TaiwanCenter for Responsive PoliticsTaiwan, Holbert said, has been involved in order to help commemorate the Flying Tigers — a group of American fighter pilots who volunteered to support China in its defense against Japan during World War II, which ended 70 years this September.
  • Travel to Taiwan Without Leaving Home - NBCNews.com

    22 May 2015 | 9:29 am
    NBCNews.comTravel to Taiwan Without Leaving HomeNBCNews.comNew Yorkers from across the five boroughs will gather at Manhattan's Union Square this Sunday to sample traditional Taiwanese treats, watch musical and dance performances, and celebrate the many contributions of Taiwanese Americans, in what ...and more »
  • Taiwan's government is finally getting serious about startups - Tech in Asia

    22 May 2015 | 3:50 am
    Tech in AsiaTaiwan's government is finally getting serious about startupsTech in AsiaIt's easy for entrepreneurs to roll their eyes when the government trumpets support for startups. But when Taiwan's Executive Yuan approved the HeadStart Taiwan Project last August, the startup community praised it uniformly. Architected by Prof.
  • UPDATE 1 -Taiwan says exports will decline in 2015, cuts GDP growth forecast - Reuters

    22 May 2015 | 2:50 am
    Gulf TimesUPDATE 1 -Taiwan says exports will decline in 2015, cuts GDP growth forecastReutersStrong Taiwan dollar seen as factor for export weakness (Adds details, details). By Faith Hung and Jeanny Kao. TAIPEI, May 22 (Reuters) - Taiwan on Friday cut its 2015 full-year economic growth target and said exports will contract fall this year Taiwan says exports will decline in 2015, cuts growth forecastGulf TimesTaiwan's Revises First-Quarter GDP Growth Lower to 3.37 PercentBloombergTaiwan to grow 3.28% in 2015: CabinetFocus Taiwan News ChannelMarketWatch -RTT News -THE BUSINESS…
  • UPDATE 1-Taiwan cbank says to monitor foreign inflows as TWD soars - Reuters

    21 May 2015 | 9:55 pm
    UPDATE 1-Taiwan cbank says to monitor foreign inflows as TWD soarsReutersThe officials spoke as concern grows over the strength of the Taiwan dollar, which has appreciated 4.2 percent so far this year, which coupled with weak demand from China is potentially hurting the trade-reliant island's economy. April exports and and more »
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    China Post Online - Taiwan , News

  • Savings plan to aid parents with education expenses

    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - A savings strategy called the Millionaire Plan (小富翁帳戶), created by Taipei Fubon bank, provides parents with the option of investing money for their children's tuition fees.
  • Tigerair to up peak-season Taoyuan-to-Tokyo flights

    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Tigerair Taiwan, a joint venture between Taiwan's China Airlines and Singapore's Tiger Airways, said Friday it will increase its services on the Taoyuan-Tokyo route during the peak travel period this year.
  • MAC, TAO chiefs to meet in Kinmen today

    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Beijing's top official in charge of cross-strait affairs is set to meet his Taipei counterpart today in Taiwan to discuss mostly economic matters.
  • Taipei 20th-most popular convention destination

    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Having hosted 92 international congresses in 2014, Taipei is ranked the 20th-most popular convention destination in the world, according to annual statistics released by the International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA).
  • Former chair Lin blasts DPP's election strategy

    22 May 2015 | 9:00 am
    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Lin Yi-hsiung (林義雄) yesterday slammed the DPP's decision to nominate a junior member of the Taipei City Council to run for legislator in 2016, .............
 
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    Taiwan News

  • Acushnet (Titleist) patent-infringement case takes on start-up brands

    22 May 2015 | 12:30 pm
    Acushnet, the parent company of golf ball behemoth Titleist, is saying more than a dozen different balls from an array of small startup companies are infringing on its patents for dimple patterns. The lawsuit claims Acushnet has been "seriously damaged" by the alleged infringements, but the ultimate question may be whether the mere presence of this lawsuit might seriously damage the existence of these small brands.
  • 2nd-phase water rationing may be lifted in parts of northern Taiwan

    22 May 2015 | 8:31 am
    Taipei, May 21 With the arrival of a plum rain front that brought heavy downpours to Taiwan on Wednesday, water authorities are likely to lift second-phase water rationing imposed in areas near Shihmen Reservoir in Taoyuan, which supplies most northern Taiwanese cities, the Water Resource Agency said on Thursday. The strong plum rain front has brought much-needed precipitation to regions battling the country's worst drought in decades, including areas supplied by Shihmen Reservoir, currently under second-phase water rationing.
  • U.S. wants careful approach to U.S.-China-Taiwan ties to continue

    22 May 2015 | 4:27 am
    Washington, May 21 A senior U.S. official on Thursday applauded recent developments in U.S.-Taiwan relations and said the United States wants the low-key approach in managing ties among Taipei, Beijing and Washington to continue. Susan Thornton, deputy U .S. assistant secretary of state for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, made the comments before ), is due to visit the United States in June as the opposition's candidate in Taiwan's next presidential election.
  • Taiwan to display Hsiung Feng III missile at Paris air show

    22 May 2015 | 3:19 am
    Taipei, May 21 Taiwan's indigenous weapon systems, including its latest supersonic anti-ship missile Hsiung Feng III , will be showcased at the Air Show next month, the developer said Thursday. Speaking at a legislative session, Chang Kuan-chun , president of the stated-owned National Chung-Shan Institute of Science & Technology , said Taiwan's participation in the show June 15-21 is aimed at exploring opportunities to introduce locally produced key weapon modules into international supply chains.
  • Enjoy taste of ROC at Taiwan Culinary Exhibition

    21 May 2015 | 11:18 pm
    The Taiwan Culinary Exhibition will be held from July 17 to July 20 in areas A and D of Taipei World Trade Center's Hall 1 and the exhibition will be bigger than ever, said the TCE in a press release yesterday. The theme of the TCE this year is "Taiwan's Fine Food Era."
 
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    The View from Taiwan

  • ECFA Really so awesome?

    22 May 2015 | 8:45 am
    Sympathetic magic as public policy: if we make the smokestacks cute, they won't be harmful.I had a few minutes today so I thought I'd check out the trade figures for China pre and post ECFA, which I posted on several years ago. Then I said of the 2010-11 figures:I had Excel put in the trend line on this quick-n-dirty chart. It's obvious even to the Mark I eyeball that the numbers for 2010 and 2011 and 2012 lie on the trend line (in fact slightly below where we would have been had the trend for 2004-07 continued). If ECFA were really that awesome what we should see is a spike after 2010, with…
  • Blast from the Past: Formosa entry from 1838 Atlas

    21 May 2015 | 7:53 pm
    From The London General Gazetteer; Or, Compendious Geographical Dictionary by Richard Brookes, 1838._______________________[Taiwan] Don't miss the comments below! And check out my blog and its sidebars for events, links to previous posts and picture posts, and scores of links to other Taiwan blogs and forums!
  • Remarks from State: Taiwan: A Vital Partner in Asia

    21 May 2015 | 6:38 pm
    Lunch at a Thai restaurant on the road.Taiwan: A Vital Partner in East AsiaRemarksSusan ThorntonDeputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of East Asian and Pacific AffairsRemarks at the Brookings InstitutionWashington, DCMay 21, 2015As Prepared for DeliveryThank you, Jeff, for having me here today and for that wonderful introduction. I really appreciate all your support, advice and insight and it's appropriate, of course, to have you here, since much of our good work with Taiwan is built on the foundation you laid.... (READ MORE)Thank you all for coming to an event during the lunch hour. I…
  • Comedy and Ethnicity

    21 May 2015 | 5:42 am
    Suspended.The wreckage of someone who was once Shih Ming-teh, former political prisoner, former DPP Chairman, and KMT tool, intentional or not, is back to rescue Taiwan. WantWant's story on his announcement of his presidential candidacy is excellent:Always a provocative and divisive figure, Shih periodically pops up to grab headlines but no longer commands a significant amount of support or respect.Shih will only get a handful of votes, but he might collect some cash. Solidarity.tw points out his problem:But he won’t make it to the ballot at all unless the KMT itself holds a signature drive…
  • Compass Food and Music Festival May 23-24 CANCELED

    20 May 2015 | 7:01 pm
    Here's the announcement from the Compass Page.康百視美食音樂節延後 To all 2015 Compass Festival vendors, sponsors, musicians and other participants,Many of you have expressed concern regarding the heavy rain that Taichung and most of Taiwan has experienced from Wednesday and, according to the Central Weather Bureau’s extreme weather warnings, is expected to continue to Sunday or Monday.Festival organizers have been watching this situation very closely and, after much discussion with various participants and examination of the venue site, have decided to postpone the 2015 Compass…
 
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  • Fuxing Fun

    thenhbushman
    17 May 2015 | 8:07 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein   Joined by fellow bloggers Snap and Stray, we went to Fuxing to the Xiao Wulai Scenic Area 小烏來風景區 to view the waterfalls there.  Seen above is Xiao Wulai 小烏來瀑布 waterfall. This pan of the general area was taken from a roadside stop. Once we found the parking lot, we checked out the map to figure out where to hike to.  The waterfalls are not that far away, and even Phoenix had no trouble walking there. The above sign has place names and approximate times to walk there.  The bottom 2 are the Skywalk and the “Wind Moving Rock” (5…
  • Phoenix’s New Scooter

    thenhbushman
    10 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Geotagged Photos by MJ Klein   Phoenix is growing up fast!  We got her a little push scooter and she loves it! Along with the scooter, we got her knee and elbow pads, plus a helmet. Surprisingly, she did not resist any of the safety equipment.  She says that she likes wearing it. Phoenix is right-handed, and I thought she might use her right foot for pushing, but you see here that she’s using her left foot. After she did that for awhile, I asked her if she liked it better using her right foot for pushing, so she tried that. She seemed to like using the right foot better.  Her…
  • More Camping At Yuchi

    thenhbushman
    3 May 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos (most geotagged) by MJ Klein, including FOOD PHOTOS!   Yes, we went “camping” again at the same place in Nantou.  I say “camping” because if you’ve read the previous articles, what passes for camping in Taiwan just isn’t quite what we did back in the USA.  But it was fun just the same.  In this installment we’re going to concentrate more on the food than previously. Here’s the setup: Charcoal burning in a square grill with a quad-pod in the background, ready to hang a Dutch oven.  Nothing bad can follow that! The ladies begin…
  • Big City Bubbles

    thenhbushman
    26 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein The Sigma lens is back in action.  The strange thing is that the tech checked out the lens and found nothing wrong with it.  That means it’s the photographer that has the problem!  But, they did match the lens to my D7000 and it only took about 40 minutes.  If you have a Sigma lens, I recommend that you let them perform this free-of-charge service.  You’ll see below that it makes a big difference! The Big City Mall in Xinchu (Hsinchu) City is characterized by a big UFO looking structure. There is an acrylic tube housing a staircase for descending and an…
  • Photos From Chinese New Year, 2015, Round Two

    thenhbushman
    19 Apr 2015 | 3:00 pm
    Photos by MJ Klein (many of them are geotagged)   Finding myself a little bored, I took Phoenix for a walk with my camera.  This is where we started out – in an alley where Hui-chen’s aunt and uncle live. And this is the other end of the alley. I thought I would take a bunch of street photos to try and give our readers and idea what it’s like to walk down a typical street in Taiwan.  Unless you’ve been here it’s hard to imagine just how commerce oriented Taiwan really is.  It seems that everyone is selling something, just about everywhere. Shops expand to…
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    The Daily Bubble Tea

  • April Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    9 May 2015 | 6:00 am
    The April edition of my Instagram favorites contains images captured Taichung, Miaoli, and Nantou! Enjoy! The Origin of the Universe   Leave Room for Macaroons Reflect Taiwan High Speed Rail – Taichung Station The View from the Summit Lights Are Gonna Find Me Strike a Pose
  • March Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    7 May 2015 | 9:00 pm
    The better-late-than-never March edition of my Instagram favorites contains images captured Yilan County, Taipei City, and Nantou County! Enjoy! Looking Up Cruising Blue Tang A Shaded Bench Living Wild
  • Taichung’s Mutou Wood Tourism Factory

    Todd Alperovitz
    7 May 2015 | 8:13 am
    The kids had a blast at the Mutou Wood Tourism Factory [老樹根魔法木工坊] in Taichung City. I’m usually skeptical of any location with the words tourism factory in the title. They are usually dry, guided tours that always conclude with a gift shop. This one however gives you a bag of marbles with admission for some of the outdoor games, has some creative playground equipment for children, and a DIY area to construct and paint objects ranging from stools, pinwheels, and pencil holders. Most of the photographs here feature my son because my daughter was busy painting with her…
  • February Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    31 Mar 2015 | 8:05 am
    The February edition of my Instagram favorites contains images captured exclusively in Nantou County in exotic locales such as Nantou City, Caotun Township, Jhongsing Village, and Puli Township. Enjoy! At the Edge of the Neighborhood The Calligrapher Follow me! Everything’s Looking Up Steel Reserve Reaching
  • January Instagrams

    Todd Alperovitz
    9 Feb 2015 | 7:12 am
    Here are a few images posted to Instagram during the first month of 2015. These images were taken in Jhongsing Village, Caotun Township, and Taichung City. Potted Killer Bees An Old Building in Caotun o o O o o Abandoned Units Josie gets her hair washed Nathan gets his haircut
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    Fili's World

  • Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum : Springfield Illinois

    Fili
    22 May 2015 | 12:34 pm
    Illinois is very proud of its affiliation with Abraham Lincoln and the capital city of Springfield offers many attractions related to the beloved president. Together with a short visit to the Illinois old state capitol building and the Lincoln Home National Historic Site, I also visited the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum, dedicated to the tragic life of the president, his rise to power, his time in office, and finally his assassination at the Ford theater. If you’re expecting a dull museum filled with boring insignificant historical descriptions, you’re in for a…
  • Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve : San Diego

    Fili
    18 May 2015 | 6:43 pm
    Torrey Pines is a natural reserve in San Diego offering spectacular ocean views, gorgeous hiking trails, and a unique opportunity to enjoy coastal nature at its best well-preserved moon-like mountains next to a long stretch of beach and all sorts of wild life. It’s got a little bit of everything for anyone, and all within a quick drive from the city. Some people are just that lucky.   South of Torrey Pines there are even spot for wind-surfing, and if you’re up for it – nude bathing…     About Torrey Pines State Natural Reserve from their website: Torrey…
  • Forest Park : Saint Louis

    Fili
    17 May 2015 | 11:09 am
    Though I didn’t spend long in Saint Louis, I managed to visit some of the highlights like the famous Saint Louis Gateway Arch and the Missouri Botanical Gardens. To start off my day, I went for breakfast at a boat house next to a small lake in the lovely Forest Park, home to many of the other Saint Louis attractions – the Saint Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Science Center, the Missouri History Museum, the Saint Louis Art Museum and others. It was a gloomy day, but that just added to the special atmosphere.   After filling up, it’s time for a stroll around the park……
  • Tequila Daytrip Tour from Guadalajara : Mexico

    Fili
    16 May 2015 | 2:17 pm
    It doesn’t take long in Mexico to realize that Mexicans can really drink. Lots of famous Mexican alcohol you probably had before, usually softer sweetened versions of the real thing you’ll have in Mexico. There are Margaritas, ofcourse, the Mexican beers (the most famous internationally is Corona), and there are the much stronger Mezcal and Tequilas, which some associate with either cocktails or dead worms at the bottom of the drink. Anyhoo, a daytrip excursion from Guadalajara is the small town of Tequila, surrounded by fields of blue agave plant used to make this highly…
  • Long Beach and Seal Beach : Los Angeles California

    Fili
    15 May 2015 | 9:01 am
    Los Angeles has some wonderful beaches, and Seal beach is a prime example for a great beach not too far away from town. In my last conference visit to Long Beach I found affordable accommodation between Long Beach and Seal Beach, and a morning visit strolling down the beach I discovered a desolated quiet stretch of beach with spectacular photo-ops. If only I had a better camera with me… But still, I think you’ll agree how beautiful it all was. The though of going back into a conference room for the day was very painful, but it’s a great way to start the day and re-energize.
 
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    Mark Forman: Photo Land

  • Rubick’s Cubed

    Mark Forman
    26 Apr 2015 | 6:07 pm
    Some days you and the camera are one. Something closely approximating that in any case. It's hard to explain but when you're in that zone it's a lot of fun and kind of effortless. Other times the camera seems to way a million pounds and is enjoying your misery and inability to come up with anything substantive. I guess this is true of any creative process. This day was a good one and numerous images from this session pleased me. I also put one of my favorite manual lenses back on-Pentax Super Takumar 55 1.8 from the good old film days. This is in the IZhong area of Taichung which is one of…
  • So Wasup

    Mark Forman
    11 Apr 2015 | 5:11 pm
    I know it's been a while since I've posted here, ranted in your ear, hopefully stimulated you through an image or some words and some music, etc. been busy with work which has been a lot of new product design for others and also for myself. Have a look at this on new IPhone grip system I'm getting ready to introduce. My photos are getting more and more experimental(or not). Basically I'm focusing more and more on shooting whatever impression I had at the moment. Less focused on what image or types of images will get likes or pluses on social media sites. Pretty liberating actually. It always…
  • What’s Up With That?

    Mark Forman
    15 Mar 2015 | 5:31 pm
    One of the nice things about having your own site is that you can just rant and shout into the abyss with abandon. If passer's by want to join in-well that's great. If they want to shake their heads out of pity or disgust, well that's ok too. This was from a day where it was pissing down rain-I know you couldn't tell from the picture. I wear glasses so going out in the rain offers some inconveniences and challenges. My camera is weather-proofed so that is less of an issue. I have auto-focus lens on so I can hold umbrella in one hand and camera in the other. I did manage to keep most rain off…
  • Been a Long Time Since I Rock and Rolled

    Mark Forman
    23 Feb 2015 | 6:26 pm
    Been a while since I've posted something here. Well of course I've been posting on other sites. We all know that Facebook , Google and even that rich zombie of a company Yahoo-via Flickr all offer photo hosting with blogging functionality. So individual sites like this one tend to get a little neglected...awww-get out the violin right? lately in fact I've been fairly active at the latest cool kids site-Ello , which is actually quite good. Photos format much larger there so they can be enjoyed more. There is a high level of participation there between folks sharing media there. We'll see how…
  • On Learning Martian

    Mark Forman
    25 Jan 2015 | 6:36 pm
    Photography is something that was always easier for me when alone. Numerous times when I went out with my son for some father son time if I brought the camera I'd find myself ignoring him some because I was distracted by 'shots" that caught my eye. I got tired of this tug of war and so if I wanted to spend time with my son, I didn't bring the camera. Lately I've been going for regular photo walks with my friend Gabe (the photographer next to the Martian text). It is still a little bit distracting having someone with you, but a bit easier since they too have a camera and they get the "being in…
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    in Taichung

  • Tai An Railroad Cultural Park

    taiwanese
    19 May 2015 | 6:31 pm
    Tai An Railroad Cultural Park features vintage Japanese-style architecture. The station sits in a valley and–in order to connect rail lines from both directions at the same level—the station was constructed lower than the rail bed. The station building was designed to provide a special view, with the entrance on the ground level, creating a unique two-level architecture. Parts of the platform roof are made from rails, on which an Office of the Governor-General symbol and a 1905 manufacturer’s date mark are visible. The current building was reconstructed after the original…
  • Dengshi Hakka Cultural Park

    taiwanese
    13 May 2015 | 6:30 pm
    Dengshi Hakka Cultural Park was constructed at the site of Dengshi’s old train station and is located at the end of the Dengfeng Green Bikeway (bike trail). The main goal of the park is to introduce Hakka culture and language and allow visitors to experience the beauty of Hakka life. Tel:(04) 2588-8634 Address: Zhongshan Rd., Dengshi District
  • Wuri Brewery

    taiwanese
    6 May 2015 | 6:28 pm
    Known globally for its Taiwan Beer, Wuri Brewery was founded in 1968. In more recent years, it has introduced its latest hit, “Gold Medal” beer, thus further earning fame for the brewery. A plan to set up a beer cultural artifact exhibition hall, along with another project to introduce varieties of beer and initiate promotional activities, is under planning, increasing the prospect that this brewery will become an important, popular Taichung tourist destination. Address: 1, GuangHua St, Wuri (Wuer) District Tel: (04) 2338-1216 Hours: 10 am-12 am (showroom/shop 9 am-5 pm)
  • Wufeng Lin Family Garden

    taiwanese
    3 May 2015 | 6:25 pm
    Built during the reign of Qing Dynasty Emperor Tong Zhi, the Lin Family Garden in Wufeng township was the largest official residence of its time in Taiwan. Rated as the national second-class historical structure, the garden was 90-percent destroyed during the massive 921 earthquake in 1999. Currently, it is temporarily closed to the public while undergoing reconstruction. The Pavilion of the Wine-Drunk Moon within the garden is also well-worth visiting. Tel.: (04) 2628-0166 Address: 42 and 28, Mingsheng Rd. and 91, Laiyuan Rd., Wufong District Useful Links: Cultural Tourism Taiwan: The Lin…
  • Yuanman Church

    taiwanese
    30 Apr 2015 | 6:23 pm
    Yuanman Church is situated in Wufeng, Taichung. The style of the church combines ancient Rome, Rococo and Gothic. The church emits the atmosphere of romantic from outside to inside. There are fountain and garden inside the church. Tourists can roam around and enjoy a cozy great time. From Taichung Train Station Take bus 107 or 6873 and get off at Guanfuxin Village Station. Then take taxi to the desination. By car 1.Northbound Highway 3- exit at the Wufeng Interchange and head to Zhongzheng Rd.- turn right on Zhongzheng Rd.- turn left on Fenggu Rd. and drive along Fenggu Rd.- turn right on…
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    Peanuts Daily

  • Horoscope May 4th to 10th 2015

    peanutsdaily
    3 May 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists, mediums and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope May 4th to 10th 2015.   Aries: Changes within a group you’re affiliated with will profoundly affect you this week. You might need to reevaluate your involvement. Anyway, you’ve not grown fond of the […] The post Horoscope May 4th to 10th 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Nepal: is Dharahara tower collapse an inside job?

    peanutsdaily
    27 Apr 2015 | 1:55 am
    Nepal has just been victim of a terrible 7.8 earthquake. We are still not sure how many people have died but the numbers estimated now are around 3,000. Surprisingly, it is a similar number with 9/11 World Trade Centre ‘terrorist attack’ in New York. Peanuts Daily investigated to find out if this is the only […] The post Nepal: is Dharahara tower collapse an inside job? appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope April 27th to May 3rd 2015

    peanutsdaily
    26 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists, mediums and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope April 27th to May 3rd 2015.   Aries: Buy Google Glasses, go to a bar, film people talking and then blackmail them. This is your way to success.   Taurus: This week is one […] The post Horoscope April 27th to May 3rd 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Pollution: Beijing babies have lower IQs

    peanutsdaily
    22 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    According to a recent survey, air pollution can affect short-term memory and IQs of babies. A survey has been done in the US proving that pregnant mothers living in a polluted environment will have babies with IQs 7 points lower than an ‘average’ baby. Peanuts Daily transposed the study to Beijing in China. Indeed, the […] The post Pollution: Beijing babies have lower IQs appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
  • Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015

    peanutsdaily
    19 Apr 2015 | 4:30 pm
    Our team of psychics, astrologists, mediums and soothsayers discovered what will happen this week for you. Here is Peanuts Daily’s Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015.   Aries: You consider your talents well below amateur status and you are right. You have no talent in anything. You won’t succeed in anything you try this week. […] The post Horoscope April 20th to 26th 2015 appeared first on Peanuts Daily.
 
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