Riviera Hotel

Address: No.646 Linsen North Road, Taipei, 104, Taiwan | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the 中山区 area of Taipei, is near White Sand Bay, Fine Arts Museum, Sand Island (Sa-Dau), and Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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    Une étudiante studieuse!

    A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 10, 2015

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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 ...

    2nd month!!

    A travel blog entry by hsuan on Nov 01, 2015

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    ... 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 ...


    A travel blog entry by deniseyan on Apr 02, 2015

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    ... 20154;隊列,Ð 08;購週邊商 697;再排隊進 2580;。從前我&# 23565;週邊商品& #27794;有太大興 趣,但這次 ;何韻詩的๫ 3;邊商品設š 36;得很漂亮A 292;沒有大大 8587;字寫著HOCCᦁ ...

    Entry 2: Taiwanese VS Mandarin

    A travel blog entry by hsuan on Apr 02, 2012

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    Entry 2: Taiwanese VS Mandarin

    Element of analysis: [Language] Taiwanese dialect

    Like a lot of people know, the Mandarin Chinese is not the unique language spoken in Mainland China and Taiwan, although this is the official language. In the past, that language designated the officials. Forty years ago, students were not allowed to ...

    Hell's Valley And Heaven's Balcony

    A travel blog entry by francesandrew on Jun 06, 2010

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    ... to the Beitou Hot Springs in the afternoon.

    On our way out we decided to try and buy a Mandarin Phrasebook. What a bad idea. The poor sales clerks really struggled to understand what we wanted. We had to make use of a Mandarin – English Dictionary which we bought in the end. No one ever tells you that "Mandarin" and “Cantonese” are not the same in Mandarin or Cantonese! Cantonese is actually “Guanzhoudo” ...