I’m moving!

All the details have been finalized a week ago, but I can finally announce it now that it’s official… I’m moving to an off-campus apartment! Now that I think of it, moving to an off-campus apartment is exactly what I need now that I have adjusted to life in Taipei. But finding an apartment as a…

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Long weekend at the Yehliu Geopark

Soooo… Last week we had our second long weekend for this semester at the start of April, and this time it was for the Tomb Sweeping Festival. I wasn’t quite sure what to feel about all these long weekends since they’re messing up my school mood and I’m actually having a hard time concentrating and…

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Timeless Thoughts: Family jamming

Timeless Thoughts is a monthly blog linkup hosted by Georgie and Tara, where bloggers would write about something from their past. Any topic from the past will do – it can be a place, an event, an item, or an old hobby. The linkup starts on the first Saturday of each month and runs for two weeks. In 2006, the…

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A Day In My Life

Happy Tuesday everybody! Lately I’ve been seeing lots of posts like this and I figured that it would be fun to share with you guys a typical school day for me. After all, since I moved to Taiwan I realized that I still haven’t shared much about my life here, and I think this would be…

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Life Songs: Once

On my iPod, I have a playlist named “Life songs”, which are songs from important moments of my life, or songs with lyrics that really struck me during an important period of my life. One of the songs on this playlist is called Once by Shane Filan (some of you may know him as the former…

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New hair!

When my boyfriend came over to visit, he took lots of photos of me. While most of them were great, I was really disturbed by one photo – not because it was bad, but because I saw how my hair looked like from the back. It was too long, and my curls were all over…

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23rd

Spending a birthday in a foreign country isn’t new to me because since I turned 20, I’ve been spending my birthdays in different places. But this is my first time to celebrate in a country where I live alone. Everyone I talked to felt really sad for me but actually, it wasn’t too bad. On…

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My first week in Taiwan

Studying abroad isn’t easy. Although I’ve tried to research as much as possible regarding the things I need to know, I’ve still been surprised by lots of things and some of them are really funny encounters, which I will share later. But for now, I’m glad to say that overall, I’m adjusting pretty well. It’s…

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