Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby jdsully8 » 18 Jan 2011, 11:04

Adam_CLO wrote:Try Fubar (near Daye and Jingcheng Roads). There is a strip there with several foreign run restaurants including PJs, Salut etc.


Pizza at Salut is awesome. Also, Soho7, across from Salut, has great import beers and good sandwiches. 10nt wing night at Fu Bar is fun too.
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Belgian Pie » 18 Jan 2011, 12:20

Shimokitazawa wrote:...

Thanks for the links to those 2 places you mentioned.

Taichung is on a decline? I was told that the city is becoming more modern and a new MRT is being built. This has not meant an increase in live music or open mic nights in pubs, bars and coffee ships in the city, then?


Is there a connection? Transporting your instrument could be easier ... :ponder:
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Socrates » 18 Jan 2011, 12:50

plasmatron wrote:Taichung is home to the overwhelming majority of high caliber foreign bands on the island and whilst live venues are limited, the talent pool in Taichung is arguably deeper than anywhere else.


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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby just_chris » 31 Jan 2011, 17:26

Is Las Vegas still open? A pretty nice buffet not too far from Sogo. My wife's cousin took us there, I guess she figured since we lived in Vegas why not take us to a buffet named Las Vegas. I found it to be quite good actually but my wife informed me that these trendy places tend to fail in Taichung for some reason.

I'll be visiting sans the wife in May and I need to find some places to hit up after the relatives go to sleep, I don't wanna hear that Taichung is dead. That's not good news to see or read.
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 07 Mar 2011, 22:31

This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Baas Babelaas » 07 Mar 2011, 22:37

This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.


What happened WLL?
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 07 Mar 2011, 22:39

Baas Babelaas wrote:
This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.


What happened WLL?

You didn't hear. It is in the newspapers. A fire dance performance went awry, set the ceiling on fire, and nine people were killed :cry: .
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby jimipresley » 07 Mar 2011, 22:45

Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.

This thread was started nearly two years ago. Are you insinuating that the OP's not only a horrible person, but clairvoyant, too? :loco:
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby Whole Lotta Lotta » 07 Mar 2011, 22:52

jimipresley wrote:
Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.

This thread was started nearly two years ago. Are you insinuating that the OP's not only a horrible person, but clairvoyant, too? :loco:

Can't say whether or not the OP is a horrible person as I do not know them personally. They may be clairvoyant though. It's just odd that I was looking for reactions to the tragedy on Forumosa and this title comes up.
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Re: Is it Dead in Taichung Then?

Postby jimipresley » 07 Mar 2011, 22:57

Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:
jimipresley wrote:
Whole Lotta Lotta wrote:This is an odd title for a thread considering the tragedy that happened at Ala early Sunday morning.

This thread was started nearly two years ago. Are you insinuating that the OP's not only a horrible person, but clairvoyant, too? :loco:

Can't say whether or not the OP is a horrible person as I do not know them personally. They may be clairvoyant though. It's just odd that I was looking for reactions to the tragedy on Forumosa and this title comes up.

Apologies. I misread your post. :bow:
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