What I did this month
I have been absent from the internet in the form of blogging, the reason is short and simple I’ve been writing my thesis proposal. I just finished my thesis proposal and turned it in, now I have to wait a couple of weeks to defend it in an oral defense.
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For mid autumn festival we decided to go see the lanterns at Pingxi and Shifen, but before that we wanted to go to the Shifen waterfalls. We had never been to the waterfalls, and my wife’s sister was visiting us for the first time in Taiwan, so there was no better time to take this trip.
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Yesterday my family and I were around the Taipei 101 area, and while walking around aimlessly we stumbled upon a shop that look very much familiar to me. This shop looked like they transported the Miyazaki Studio Ghibli Museum to Taipei.
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During the weekend my family and I try to take as many mini trips as we can to try and squeeze the life out of the little bit of time we have off together. One of these examples comes from a weekend trip to Tamshui, Tamshui is in the north of Taipei city, actually technically part of the New Taipei City district.
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There are so many amazing and cheap things to do in Taipei, and most of them are very accessible for transportation and other languages. Recently, we took a trip to the paper museum in Taipei, and this place did not disappoint especially for my son. At the museum you will find not only young children, but also much older people.
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