Monthly Archives: December 2012

Hehuan Mountain (合歡山)

It’s winter in Taiwan and surprisingly Taichung City has a mild one, compares to years before. So we go driving for two and a half hour up east to Hehuan Mountain. Hehuan Mountain stands for 3,947 metres high and is … Continue reading

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Moonrise Kingdom

5 out of 5 I finally got my hands on this film! Wes Anderson is baaack… and still as quirky as ever. Sets in a small island called New Penzance in 1965, this film tells a story about Suzy and … Continue reading

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Heian Shrine (平安神宮)

Heian means peaceful in Japanese. The shrine was built in late 19th century to commemorate Heian Period, the glorious period of ancient Japan where the capital was still Kyoto. I heard that it supposed to be the miniature size of … Continue reading

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