Busy days full of events....
- Michael C in India rides a local trail. With bonus camel pic!
- Kerim writes: The Fujiwara effect http://bit.ly/9lKLtb will likely cause unusual rain in Taiwan this week. http://bit.ly/9j55Fb /via @davidonformosa. Sad: Pic of Megi about to ravage the Philippines.
- Sundays in Fengyuan.
- Corey gets muddy on Yangmingshan
- West African cuisine... in Danshui
- Dwight rides the east coast.
- Peace with China has ugly caveats.
- Finding Rokko aerodrome on Google Earth.
- Stardust 20 kms
- History repeats itself with the Flag
- Taipei's Museum of Drinking Water. Hurry before the exhibits evaporate.
- Though a passionate hater of Sun Moon Lake, I still found this post attractive.
- Peter Martin on cross-strait relations
- China doing business with Iran in violation of UN sanctions. Showing once again how China, the largest investor in Iran, takes advantage of the US obsession with the Middle East to divert US attention and resources from the real prize: East Asia and the future. And at a profit, too.
- DPP's Tsai Ing-wen leads the KMT's Eric Chu in The City Formerly Known as Taipei County.
- Chiaotung University student owes one hotel after setting the place on fire. He wanted to wish his g/f a happy b-day, so he set up 99 candles on the bed, lit them, and then went out to get her.....
- Kaohsiung City Council votes to not invite any Chinese officials who are human rights violators and recommend central government do the same.
- Liberty Times editorial rips the government's position on the Senkakus.
- How crazy is Taiwan's legislature? Read this.
- Taiwan bike firms eying investments in Indonesia.
- Manila hopes to attract more Taiwan investment as well
- Taiwan dollar nearing two-year high on hot money inflows.
- Yes it is true that in Taiwan children are myopic at fantastic rates. But they are nothing compared to the politicians....
- European Chamber of Commerce wants more Chinese imports to Taiwan, and a trade pact with Taiwan.
- US-China talks on maritime security.
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