Tag Archives: Art

How to Hong Kong: Victoria Peak, Mangos, Wontons, Tarts and Cider

Dear Taipei, It’s a question that has always plagued travelers since the dawn of time- to buy the ticket to the top, or to find a view for free? In certain locations, I think it’s probably worth the price to pay. I’d imagine going up to the Empire State Building would be incredible, if only […]

An artwork at Treasure Hill Artist Village Taipei

Treasure Hill Artist Village

Treasure Hill Artist Village is one of Taipei’s most unique and memorable places to pay a visit

Shameless plug!

Dear Taipei, I entered a photography competition recently which is open to recipients of the Huayu Enrichment Scholarship- a scholarship from the Taiwanese Government to study Mandarin. I just found out now that there is a prize for the most Facebook likes on a picture! Please “like” the photo below! I had to write on […]

Life Drawing in Taipei at Revolver

Dear Taipei, I could imagine you’d get the wrong idea if I said the other day for $200 I got a drink and a view of a naked man. Well, that pretty much sums up my Monday night this week, when I went to my first life drawing class in Taipei. What? You thought…? Wash […]

Day 4, Part A: Zentangled

Dear Taipei, Do you ever wonder, like me, what people are capable of beneath their outwards appearance? Whether the sternly looking businessman is in fact a budding songwriter? Or that person who bored you to death with their words, can give the most sensational musical performance? It’s so easy to take people at face value, […]