Thanks to everyone who voted for me in the 100 Fun Things To Do In Taiwan contest that was held in the early part of 2011. I ended up placing eighth out of 400 contestants, 50 of whom were awarded cash prizes betweeen NT$3,000 and NT$50,000.
An interview with Dr. Jessie Voigts, publisher and editor-in-chief of Wandering Educators, the world’s largest online source for travel, international jobs, internships, and academic conferences.
In this lesson, we learn how to use conditional sentences in Chinese.
In this video, Peggy teaches us how to ask for different sizes and colors when you are trying on clothes in a store.
Summer travel update: Our first family get-together at the cottage in North Bay since 2002.
My test drive with the brand-new remote flash triggers from Phottix Photography Accessories before they hit the market. Thanks, Steve Peer!
In this spooky comedy, Teacher Peggy teaches us how to tell a taxi driver where to go, and what to do if you don’t arrive at your destination.
Summer is here and I’ve launched my full-time career as a freelance writer and editor in Asia. Today’s post gives you a quick update of my travel plans this summer.
The web’s finest travel bloggers have been hard at work, and there’s some terrific content out there. Here are my favorite posts from March and April…
In lesson 13 of Peggy Teaches Chinese, we learn how to ask for directions.