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A One Day Food tour of Tainan's English Friendly Store

A One Day Food Tour of Tainan’s English-Friendly Stores

Heading to Tainan, and aren’t sure what to eat? Follow my eating guide to discover delicious local cafes, desserts shops, and even a sausage museum!

A tour of Penghu's Nanliao Community Part 3

Nanliao Community, Penghu: Fine dining under the moonlight

The final installment of my series on Penghu’s Nanliao Community. Details and pics of a gourmet dinner under the moonlight, featuring local delicacies.

A tour of Penghu's Nanliao Community Part 1

Nanliao Community, Penghu: Masked Girls, Fu Ji Fish Stove and Caizhai

Part 1 of a comprehensive guide to one of Penghu’s hidden treasures, Nanliao Community.

BBQ meat from Yi Sang, Taipei

Cheap eats in Taipei: Where to eat under NT$100

Want to know the secret to finding a bunch of cheap eats under $NT100? Just eat where all the uni students eat…

Sausage darts at the Sausage Social

That time I went to a Sausage Social…

Yep, you read right. Wondering what on earth a Sausage Social is? It’s as weird and wonderful as it sounds…

A sand sculpture at the Fulong Beach Sand Sculpture Festival

What’s Happening in Taipei: June Events

A rundown of the best events to check out if you’re in Taipei this June.

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Wined and dined: A night at the World Design Capital Taipei Gala

Dear Taipei, “We would love to invite you to attend the World Design Capital Taipei 2016 International Design Gala”. So read the invitation I received a couple of weeks back to the opening gala of the World Design Capital Taipei 2016. It’s a huge coup for the city, as let alone it will bring focus to […]

An 800m Wander Down Dihua Street’s Lunar New Year’s Market

In Taipei and need Lunar New Year’s plans? You won’t regret a colorful trip down Dihua Street.

Bean there, done that: The low down on Taipei cafes

Dear Taipei, You know that well-worn saying “Never talk about sex, politics and religion”? I’d like to add another topic to the mix- coffee. Think about it- like sex, religion and politics, people have incredibly strong opinions about coffee, and will doggedly fight you to the bitter end to make you see their way. Where to […]

What’s happening in Taipei: January edition

Dear Taipei, It’s January 2016. Can you believe it? To me, that “6” certainly looks a bit out of place. It will definitely take a while to make the conversion from 2015 to 2016. I think my New Year’s resolution should be able to roll “2016” off the tongue, at least by midyear. But considering […]