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I just had to get out of Taipei City!! So, I brought myself a ticket. Thirty minutes and a sardined train ride later, I got to the pottery town: Ying Ge. I…

Toucheng is a little town about two hours away from Taipei, and the train ride was fantastic. After passing a couple tourist surfing stops (ie. FuLong, DaXi),…

Can anyone tell me which photo looks better - #2 or #3. I am using an LCD when editing and it's difficult to tell if it's too dark or too light.

A short excursion to the famouse Ali Montain in Taiwan. This is a train stop from the old days that had been turned into a tourist spot. From here, you can…

I've been meaning to start a photoblog for a long time, and I was browsing through my photos and stumbled upon this one, which I had taken only a few months ago…

Hidden in the montains somewhere close to central Taiwan, is a village named after my dad…ha…for the characters means honor and luxurious, I have no doubt that…

Taipei has a lot of people and a lot of traffic and what I found interesting here was the layers of transport from ground up. The subway (MRT) here is running…

A fantastic name for a shop, and one that definitely gets your attention. It's a little disappointing then to see that it is some kind of arcade gaming hall,…

Longshan Temple in the centre of Taipei dates back to the 18th century and as the legend goes, is built on the site where a man hung an amulet belonging to…
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