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Cloud City: Travels through Asia: Just wanted to share our recent experience through China (Beijing to Xi'an to Shanghai, then to Suzhou and Hangzhou) via my blog. I included our experiences with trains, buses, the whole nine yards.
Categories: Chinese View, Photography, Travelogue
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

That's Impossible! Poltiics from Taiwan : A blog that focuses on Taiwan politics with special emphasis on Legislative Yuan issues.
Categories: Current Events, Language, Politics
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

北市 Haiku : Haikus from Taipei, each seventeen syllables of utter genius.
Categories: Diary, Expat Life, Student Life
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

David on Formosa: commentary on all things Taiwanese -- Taipei, Taiwan.
Categories: Culture, Language, Travelogue
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

Pinyin News: Featuring news and commentary related to languages in general, especially those of East Asia. The primary focus is on Chinese characters, romanization, and other methods for writing Mandarin and other Chinese (Sinitic) languages.
Categories: Language
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

Taipei Gamer : An American studying Chinese in Taipei writes about life and videogames.
Categories: Culture, Technology
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

Tea Arts : Ceremony procedures and rules, brewing methods, tea ceremonies, tea demonstration, and outings.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

Yogayuga : A girl from Hong Kong writes about experiences living in different places.
Categories: Diary, Photography
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)

The Taipei Kid: An American's commentary on society and politics in Taiwan.
(Greater China » Taiwan » Taipei)


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