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Filipino restaurants/stores in Taichung?

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Filipino restaurants/stores in Taichung?

Postby chica » 14 Sep 2004, 13:03

Hi, anyone know of any filipino stores or restaurants in taichung? thanks :)

Postby Matchstick_man » 15 Sep 2004, 11:16

Yep. The big department store near the train station has I believe both a filipino restaurant and stores. (I think it's called First Earth it's a while (6 months ) since I've been to Taichung though. The restaurant was somewhere near the top of the building.
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