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.
Matt Gibson came to Taiwan intending to write professionally and he ended up carving a niche for himself with an online and print publication called Xpat Magazine. Read on for more…
Writing for other web sites can have its ups and downs. Find out how a little foray into the world of guest blogging for a travel search engine site went sour for me.
Taiwanderful, a Taiwan travel and culture guide, announced the 2009 Taiwan Best Blog Awards today. Bloggers can register for the awards during November with voting from 1-20 December.
My Several Worlds interviews photographer and travel writer Peter West Carey, a former Senior Systems Administrator from Seattle who decided to give up his job and follow his dreams out onto the open road.
A few of my favorite blogs this month…
John’s four-year-old son Caleb has joined us here in Taiwan for the summer. Luckily, he arrived just in time for the 2nd annual Miaoli Cabin Party, which was held last Saturday. This was Caleb’s first trip out of Taipei and we couldn’t have asked for a nicer day or a nicer group of people to […]
Guest author Graham Woodring, author of An American in the Far East, takes us on a tour of his favorite city in China. Let’s spend 48 hours in Xi’an with Graham.
Singapore has been on my travel wish list since my late teens. With a long five-day weekend coming up and knowing that we could use our air miles to travel to one of the world’s three city-states for free, we were booked and ready to go faster than you can say cat on a hot tin roof.
Another short story about life in Taiwan from Lonely Planet Joshua Samuel Brown.
If you’re a last minute grocery shopper in Taipei City, you may notice in certain supermarkets a song playing over the public address system. The song plays in a loop, from about 30 minutes before closing until