Interview: Craig Ferguson Images’ New Ebook Launch

Welcome to our series of interviews with Taiwan residents who are doing interesting things here! Perhaps you’ll meet some of them around town. This is the first of the planned series, let me know if you’d like to do an interview in the same vein. Today’s Interview: Craig Ferguson – Photographer I’m delighted to introduce an erst-while resident… Read More »

Earthquake Taipei

Unusually but we had a small quake right in the middle of Taipei, underneath the National Park of Yang Ming Mountain. Not a big one, but less common. Don’t be scared!

#4: DayDream for Students!

This picture was taken in BitouChao, near Keelung today. I really think students can be forgiven if they look out their windows during class at this school, don’t you?

Review: Tokyo Top Guide

Came across this site when I was looking for sites related to Taiwan. It’s an interesting site with lots of information for those who want to travel to Japan, and are interested in visiting Tokyo.

#2: Buddha @ the Altar

This statue’s picture was taken from my mother-in-law’s altar at home. It’s quite a lovely statue of Buddha sitting on a lotus flower. The color is rich, and the workmanship is attractive! Quite lovely.

Well, readers, I’ve been a member of Forumosa for absolute ages, since the Segue days. It’s been a great community with lots of information, support and interaction about a huge number of topics. You can usually find me on the community with postings in Technology, Business and a few other forums. Many of the contributors are locally based… Read More »