This is quite embarrassing, posting this more than a week into December, so much that I’m not publicizing it on my twitter, haha, hoping it goes unnoticed 😬. If I haven’t been the most punctual with those monthly digests, I still mean to keep up the series until the end of the year, and will review later how to do those monthly roundups… we shall see.
November is/was the month of Thanksgiving, so thank you for your readership, 感謝 for taking the time to leave comments and/or engage on twitter, and brownie points to those sharing articles that piqued your interest. 🙂
It’s probably gone unnoticed, but I’ve been fixing dead links here and there, and re-edited a few old articles. Some liken a blog to a virtual home, so I’m trying to keep things tidy around here.
I’ve added a French corner, “Formosement vôtre,“, with a curated selection of Taiwan-related websites for the francophone audience.
Here and there.
Kaohsiung Main Public Library. Check out snapshots of the new artsy eco-friendly cultural landmark in Kaohsiung. 😍
Food Safety: A Legal Perspective. Understand how Taiwan’s judicial system deals with food scandals.
10 Things Which Make Cooking in Taiwan Difficult. We’ve all been there 😉 , also a good idea for a future post of my own, hehe.
Have the Holiday Blues? – 10 Ways to Enjoy Christmas Abroad. No need to go all out, but it’s indeed still nice to celebrate a little and keep traditions alive.
Ko Wen-Je’s white paper for the future of Taipei (in Chinese). The new-to-be mayor of Taipei lays it all out for his next years in office.