Last week being the week of Chinese New Year, my children were out of school and me, being a teacher, had no classes to teach. With all of us being on vacation at the same time, we were able to take the opportunity to do some things together like go […]
One thing that I’ve discovered about Taiwan, especially outside of Taipei, is that people want you to know how they make things. Be it a food stall in a local night market, a piano factory in Taoyuan, or a bakery in the Sanxia district of New Taipei City (formerly Sanxia city).
The last time I went to the Hello Kitty Sweets restaurant in Taipei was a couple of years ago for a Valentines Day afternoon tea time with my wife and kids. The coffee and free wifi were good, the desserts were overpriced but okay, and the pink level was overwhelming. […]
In the greater Taipei area, there are two kinds of night markets: those that have been “prettied up” for tourists (like HuaXi a.k.a. “Snake Alley”) and those that are more organic in nature and serve the community that surrounds them. Sanhe Night Market is one of the latter. It’s not […]
Yeah, you’re not supposed to feed them, but the shrimp there is so good that they continue to hang around on the off chance. Bubba Gump’s in Long Beach across from the Aquarium of the Pacific.
Behind a Chinese Dim Sum restaurant on Torrance Blvd. The food was great, BTW.
Another for my McPhotography file. Is eating at McDonalds considered “unsafe work”? If so, maybe I should have stopped him. 😉