Shilin Night Market is THE place to go in Taipei if you want to try a little bit of everything Taiwan’s best cuisine has to offer. There are many students there every night, as well as other locals and tourists alike, to get some cheap and tasty eats. Besides the ungodly amounts of food to … Continue reading Chicken Butt…Butt?…What?
After an unexpectantly long afternoon of apartment hunting with a couple of other international students and a local Taiwanese student (she was there to help), we crashed at a restaurant in the Gongguan area called A380 In-Flight Kitchen. It was apropos for us world travelers, I suppose, for the restaurant interior is shaped like an … Continue reading Taiwanese Superstitions
I am the egg. As the somewhat negatively connoted phrase goes, “white on the outside, yellow on the inside.” Sometimes, you have to embrace your alter ego; ie: the yellow part you might often be fascinated by, but can never fully understand. (I promise–I’ll try not to speak in metaphors forever). To do so, however, … Continue reading I am the Egg