Fullerton Hotel East Taipei
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... j'ai obtenu 63%. Lundi le 2 novembre, j'ai passé un petit test de la première section du second chapitre de mon cours de Chinois intégré. La première partie du test tait de choisir le bon mot de vocabulaire chinois et le placer dans la bonne phrase et la seconde partie était d'écrire quatre phrases en dictée. J'ai passé tellement d'heures à étudier et bien me préparer pour ce petit test (le premier je n'avais pas obtenu un bon résultat). Je suis ...
... then I remembered this subway have outside railway. A Korean student joined us there and we decided to take Maokong Gondola. Maokong can be describe as the place to drink tea and cats.
I used my EasyCard to pay for the tour on gondola. Inside our gondola, we were six people. The gondola stopped at each station (Taipei Zoo South Station => Zhinan Temple => Maokong Station). We got off at Maokong Station where there were food stands. Some of us were ...
... inside (where it was air conditioned) to look at the artifacts as well as the art gallery. The pictures were absolutely beautiful and on the bottom floor (there were 3 floors) they had a military museum with pictures, artifacts and a creepy wax statue of the guys the hall was made for.. Really freaky!!
The next place I went was the National Palace Museum. This is a must see for anyone coming to Taipei ...
... and I can handle this job. Looking forward to my first payday (around February 5th). Otherwise I have proceeded as usual, a bit of karaoke, a bit of gym, a few dinners, seeing friends. Really liking the free Ubike to get around short distances. I have quickly adapted to the new work schedule of starting in the afternoon and finishing in the evening. It is still very busy and active when I finish work at 9pm, and ...
... years! The museum had items that varied from ancient books and scrolls to rare pieces of pottery and china, and even a furniture section set out how ancient Chinese nobles would've had the rooms set! An on going joke amongst the Taiwanese people is that if China ever were to declare war and launch missiles at Taiwan, the Imperial Palace Museum would be the safest place to hide out as it holds so much of their treasures!
Within the Imperial Palace Museum I ...