MSW Interviews: Chris Norton – Internet Entrepreneur and Mandarin Chinese Language Student

Chris Norton is a successful Internet entrepreneur and a lover of the Chinese language. He also happens to be the author of a terrific new e-book called Study Chinese in Taiwan. Find out what initially drew Chris to Taiwan, why he recommends studying Chinese in Taiwan and how the plans for his new website and e-book developed after his arrival in Taiwan. Continue Reading →

MSW Interviews: Rich Matheson – Cultural and Editorial Photographer in Taiwan

MSW interviews Rich Matheson, a cultural and editorial photographer in Taiwan who has been featured in publications such as CNN Traveler and Taiwan Fun. Continue Reading →

MSW Interviews – Project Taiwan Dog Rescue

This guest blog is by Ava Apollo. When she’s not writing for MSW, she’s blogging about adventure travel at bemytravelmuse.com.  While studying abroad in Taiwan, I couldn’t help but notice how much the Taiwanese love their dogs.  On any given day, I could see a happy, well-taken-care-of dog walking around Taipei city with his owner, taking in the sights just as I was. Alas, I also became aware of another sad but true circumstance: for every happy dog I saw, there seemed to be an Continue Reading →

MSW Interviews: Taiwan Travel Writer Steven Crook

Travel writer Steven Crook, a British ex-pat who has lived in Taiwan since 1991, has been writing about Taiwan as a travel destination since 1996. He is the author of more than 600 published articles and he has penned three books on life in Taiwan. Read on to learn more about his life in Taiwan. Continue Reading →

MSW Interviews: Daniel Carruthers Professional Cyclist in Asia

Have you ever wondered what it takes to travel around the world as a professional cyclist? Daniel Carruthers has been racing around the world for several years. Read on to find out how he combined his love of travel with his passion for biking. Continue Reading →