Is winter ever going to give up its grip on Taiwan? CWB says yes, finally. This winter has been tenacious and I am thoroughly sick of it.
Don't miss my next run of Pingtung trip photos to be appearing under this post shortly (now up!). Apologies for the light blogging recently, I've spending much time off the net.....
- Craig has a good list of Taiwan photo resources
- Drew has a list of cycle parts in Chinese
- Shu Flies on a new media artist
- My Several Worlds interviews Richard Matheson
- Lao Ren Cha on Travel and Vegetarianism
- Drew on the Taipei bike trails. Taiwan still hasn't imagined the cycle as a commuting device.
- Taiwan Air Power on Dadu Mtn Airbase.
- Shuflies on the Formosan vintage folk museum
- OzSoapBox visits the famous horse ranch in Houli
- AsiaEye with under the radar news.
- Steve "Sisyphus" Crook is correcting Kaohsiung.
- Climbing He Huan Shan on a road bike. Man these guys are fit fit fit.
- A gorgeous pic of Yushan from Lief
- Taiwan nukes: hazardous?
- Hsu Hsin-liang, former DPP chair who went over to the KMT, like Shih Ming-teh, now enters DPP presidential race. It's a good way to make money, eh?
- Commonwealth on DPP politico Hsiao Bi-khim
- How many times have we heard this? Taiwan firms headed home since China is too expensive.
- Taipower is totally committed to nukes. So is economic bureau.
- 1 in 5 Taiwan firms taking hit from Japan's problems
- Construction industry slowdown pushes industrial growth down in Feb
- Taiwan says China unresponsive on nuclear cooperation
- A China Post editorial on femmes not wanting to get married. It's incredible that despite the failure of marriage in so many instances, the lack of enthusiasm females here show for it, and the general unnecessity of it for many members of both sexes, why no one ever concludes that the institution itself needs changed. It's marriage, not people, that is failing here.
- Note the Confucian core values President indexes as "Taiwanese."
- US student's collection of color photos of the railroad in Taiwan 1966-1970 makes big splash. I'd love to read this.
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