Carlton Hotel - Beida Branch
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... giant red cypress trees, so they have built elevated walkways to put you up higher amongst the trees. Some of these trees were 1000 years old or more. There used to be giant cedar trees there also, but when the Japanese occupied Taiwan they cut them down and sent the wood to Japan to be used in temples. The walk took us past another big temple. Chenun Kung gong. In March each year giant butterflies appear and ...
... for us, then they had a tea expert ( male) come to prepare tea for us. Lots of tea has been planted on the mountain, because the high altitude produces wonderful tea. All vegetables planted on the mountain are much sweeter than those elsewhere in Taiwan and the water is lovely spring water. This house was built especially for Tao visitors from overseas to come and stay here to enjoy the mountain. We are to go to bed early tonight because we will get up at 3.30am to catch a train up ...
... about one and a half hours driving. We ended up in Mr Lee's town called Taijong. He showed us his rice fields and vege gardens and then to a special display using different coloured rice growing in a field. The Farmers' Association does a different display each year, and this year they did 3 sheep using white, brown and red rice seedlings. The Chinese characters under the sheep say: "Three sheep to create peace and harmony". As we were walking around ...
... get myself together... anyway since then I have a couple new things in my life. I got to experience Chinese New Year, Lantern Festival, Hot Air Balloon Festival, Snow, Blossoms, and well much much more and now I am living happily in my new family. Where my Chinese is in great progress, however my French and English are suffering.
First of all, Chinese New Year is not as absolutely crazy as we all think. Before this year I pictured Streets filled with people, ...
I have decided that I'm going try my best and alternate my updates. One on how life is what i am experiencing and doing and the other on the cultural differences.
This week i am focusing on the Chinese language.
Many of us look at Chinese and well are completely and utterly confused. The characters are foreign and intimidating. When learning the Chinese language, we have no idea where to begin. I must admit Chinese ...