Invisible in Taiwan: Living in Taipei with Chronic Illness – What it’s like to live in Taipei and New Taipei with chronic illness and mobility challenges.
The day I got a call about testing a robotic exoskeleton designed for assisting people with mobility issues was life-changing. We knew things would be difficult for us when I got sick, but we didn’t know I’d lose the use of my legs. My life changed with KEEOGO.
Alternative Treatments to Chronic Illness: Do They Work? Here are the alternative treatments I’ve tried that did not work to alleviate my disease symptoms.
Spend your weekend at The Kitchen Table’s Bubblissimo Sparkling international brunch buffet at the W Hotel Taipei. All-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink!
VA VA VOOM Taipei is an art gallery and a Modern European Restaurant in Taipei located just outside Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Station. Fantastic food and cocktails, gracious and kind hosts, and one of the most beautiful restaurants I’ve ever been to in Taipei. (LET ME MOVE IN!)
Kevin Tattoo/UNITED TATTOO is famous for tattoos in Taipei. My artist’s name is Adrian. He works at UNITED TATTOO and specializes in watercolor tattoos.
NAKEDFOOD Taipei is a raw food and wine restaurant. Their food philosophy: A healthy life should be artful, but also full of flavor and satisfaction.
Whether you’re looking for comfort food, easy family style dining, or a North American style brunch in Taipei, Whalen’s will have what you’re looking for.
Today’s post is about things that Taiwan does right. And when I mean right, I mean, really, really right. These are some of the things I really love about life in Taiwan.
Taipei’s Maokong Gondola is a first-rate cable car experience in Taipei, Taiwan. It promises stunning views and lots of photo opportunities along the way. Taipei’s Maokong Gondola is part of the Taipei MRT system, allowing visitors easy access to Taiwan’s famous tea plantations and rugged mountain terrain.