Introduction to living in Taiwan ~ A short video

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Introduction to living in Taiwan ~ A short video

Postby thepingpongclub » 31 May 2011, 11:39

A short video detailing daily life and travel within Taiwan.
English and sketchy Chinese:)



I originally made this for a Taiwanese University class, but have since been showing it to foreigners interested in seeing more of the country.
I am aware the Chinese is not good ;)
Enjoy!
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Re: Introduction to living in Taiwan ~ A short video

Postby maoman » 31 May 2011, 13:03

thepingpongclub wrote:I am aware the Chinese is not good ;)

Yeah, the English could be better as well: "What are you're favorite things to eat?" :lol:
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Re: Introduction to living in Taiwan ~ A short video

Postby Chrisk » 30 Apr 2012, 05:03

I enjoyed it though. Thank you
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Re: Introduction to living in Taiwan ~ A short video

Postby asiababy » 30 Apr 2012, 07:50

That was fun. Thanks for sharing.
Family-friendly events and destinations Taiwan-wide. http://kidzone-tw.blogspot.com/
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