Howard Green Garden Taipei
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who curls their tongue when they speak
and who doesn’t. what thoughts
occupy the insides of our wet
language is keeping you in chains—what brand
of syllables crash relentless into the backs
of pearl teeth. which ocean
rages against emerald rock, foaming
... MRT to go home. Marianne helped me stop by a beauty shop for me to get some things for Sharon and I ended up buying a lot of stuff for her (lots of freebies were included!). The lady at the store probably thought I was dumb since I didn't know anything about any of the products or the differences between them. Luckily Marianne was there to help explain things to me in detail.
-- Ryan L.
... good! Supposedly she spent a good while explaining in broken Mandarin from her phrase book that it couldn't have nuts, and in the end the lady worked out what she was saying and took a box around the various items of choice and filled it up with what was allowed! It was really good, it consisted of a big section of fried rice, with a fried chicken leg squashed on top (eat your heart out Colonel!), plus three more smaller sections, one of sliced green onions, the other of a ...
... Government online censorship has been essentially ineffective. Besides this, there are plenty of apathetic citizens in China who don't care about politics, and many more who actually support their government (gasp!).
I don't want to keep reiterating the same point, but I felt frustrated enough to want to write something down today. I'm tired of real Chinese people's lived experiences being drowned out by anti-China sentiments, especially when they come from the ...
... small towns and mundane suburbs. It has scenery that looks like a Cadbury Dairy Milk commercial. It has friendly policemen, respectful shop assistants, free wi-fi across the city, commuters on the MRT dressed to the nines, garbage trucks that play cheery piped tunes just like ice cream vans. The only thing it is missing is garbage bins. One can walk miles through Taipei carrying an empty coffee cup while muttering to oneself, "Where the hell can I put this?" And you ...