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... orale dans mon cours de Classiques chinois traduits en anglais. Puisque je n'avais peu le temps de me préparer, j'ai parlé en anglais à propos de ce que j'ai appris de ce cours et du manuel.
La semaine dernière, j'ai demandé à mon enseignante de mon cours de Changements de sociétés en Asie de l'Est, si je pouvais répondre aux questions de l'examen de mi-session et elle a accepté. J'étais si soulagée parce que j'avais de la ...
... cab had only four available seats, the taxi driver added a back seat for the Korean student. The driver offered us to drive us to Shida Night Market for a good price, but one of German had motion sickness so we got off at Xiangshan Station. We got off to Dongmen Station because the Korean's university is in Taoyuan and had to transfert line for Huilong Station.
Guang Hua Digital Plaza
On Friday October 30, I went to Guang Hua Digital Plaza located only ...
... when it was opened to the public on 31st of December, 2004. Today it´s the sixth tallest building in the world. Instead of going to the shopping mall we walked a bit further from the tower to be able to take some good pictures.It was a very short visit but I was glad I decided to leave the airport, even if just for a few hours. It was definitely better than to stay in transit for 10 hours. I wasn´t in the capital of Taiwan long enough to have an ...
... to Taiwan and take my time exploring the island and experiencing its nightlife and Taipei really doesn't disappoint!
I loved Taipei when I first visited. Its skyline is dominated by Taipei 101 which at one time was the world's tallest building. The building is breath taking! I stayed in a hostel just round the corner from it and everyday when I walked around the corner and saw it, it just made me stop and stare! Its lines look ...
... on the hillsides, it has street food stalls. Plenty of people live there and commute into Taipei via the gondola and the Wenhu Line. I walked around the narrow twisting streets, pedestrians, cars, buses, bicycles and food stalls all competing for space on the bitumen, nobody going any faster than 2 km/h. Up above the smog the most brilliant ruby-red sunset could be seen while I dined on mapo tofu and Gold Medal Taiwan Beer, the only Asian beer I've ever had and found ...