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... a shuttle bus which is painted white and yellow and has printed on the side 'Sun Moon Lake Express' which will take you to the lake and costs about NTD $200.
Caotun is a nice town but I would suggest that you stay in Puli if you want to go to Sun Moon Lake as it is a little bigger and has a bus station, which will make it easier to find your way to the lake. If you do stay in Caotun I'd maybe stay just one night just to check out the temple.
... which serve amazing Taiwanese food, so the mix of new and old makes Taichung a really interesting city to wonder around!
The first day I was in the city I visited the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts. Now, I'm not really an art person but I saw some of the sculptures in the gardens around the museum and they looked awesome! So I decided to give it a go. Currently the museum has the National Art Exhibition running until the 24th August 2014. The exhibition is ...
... no eye contact, you can only talk to the assistant teachers and the teacher himself.
Day 1: Awareness of Breath
We had to be conscious of our breathing and concentrate on it for the first day. My first day, my mind was like a chatterbox, I could not get it to quiet down. I find it difficult to sit cross legged on the ground so after the first 2hours I requested a chair which a few people did and it was more comfortable. ...
... care, but the other forms must be paid for separately. That kind was about $10 a day. Next we went back to CMU to do Tai chi, which was originally practiced in China for fighting, but now is more of an exercise or meditation technique to feel the qi (source of all movement) or heat energy within your hands and body. After lunch a doctor who practices traditional Chinese medicine came to give us a presentation. She explained the philosophy-the yin/yang theory, ...
... my roommate was kicking my bed, well when I sat up she was staring at me, sitting on her bed thinking I was kicking hers. Turns out it was an earthquake, but a very weak one thankfully! At breakfast others had also felt it, so we knew we weren't crazy. Then C.Y., our professor from SDSU, who grew up in China talked a little about China and the government. I asked if there was any hidden kids, because of their policy, and he said definitely, he also said that ...