Caesar Park Taipei
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... ces dernières nuits. Ce n'est pas que je suis trop lâche pour écrire en chinois, mais j'écris les traits des caractères chinois trop lentement et je suis incapable de me rappeler comment écrire chaque mot sans utiliser Pleco sur mon cellulaire. Pleco, application pour appareils mobiles, est un dictionnaire chinois-anglais avec un système de carte et d'une reconnaissance manuscrite des caractères. De plus, le sujet du cours n'est pas du tout ...
... from Guting. Guang Hua is the market for geeks. You can find any electronic components (CPU, motherboard, hard drive, modem, etc.) and geeks can build their own computer. I bought a new wireless mouse and a keyboard protection skin for my laptop. Then I walked around and found HTC Coffee. I drank something but taste not so good and ate at Burger King.
Sorry in two weeks it's midterm exams period, so I won't have time to post a new blog. See you in two weeks!
... in the North.
So after plenty of careful planning we had set off from the hostel. The trip was just under two hours, first a train then bus, before arriving at our seaside location and following our map to the destination. It was at about this point that something didn't quite seem right. We wandered around the vacant blocks of land for about 20 minutes before heading back into town, past the biohazard suit wearing police barricaded ...
... TaiZhong to Taipei would take 1.5 to 2 hours depending on traffic. We were lucky to not have run into bad traffic. Our next stop on the way to Taipei was a ceramic place where people could sign up to learn making pottery. It turned out to be a very beautiful and tranquil place in the countryside. We enjoyed climbing up to all the places and looked around, taking photos. If we lived here, I would definitely want to take lessons!
After getting into Taipei, ...
... the National Museum, which has a lot of the old historical treasures from mainland China. They were brought here when the rich people from China fled communism. Apparently now China want them back, but Taiwan says no as they belong to Taiwan. We spent a few hours there, very crowded with Taiwanese and Chinese tour groups. Another day we went to Cang Kai Shek Memorial Hall. It is an impressive building in size but not really in what it is constructed from- just ...