tomthorne wrote:It all depends on what you eventually want to do with your life here. Once you've figured that out posters will be able to give you advice on how to get there.
PigBloodCake wrote:tomthorne wrote:It all depends on what you eventually want to do with your life here. Once you've figured that out posters will be able to give you advice on how to get there.
The main issue is that he's 30-ish, the age where a person should be able to figure out what to do with his or her life.
OP, you really should sit down and figure out whether Taiwan is right for you or not (and quick). As you age, you'll see opportunities dwindle.
clint wrote:I have not met tonnes of foreigners who have been here for a long time or made any serious career sort of connections, so I have no idea what else is really out there.
Masters degree first, then Chinese?...or vice versa?
Would it be completely disasterous to think about starting a business here?
Stay in a small town? or move to the city? (Want higher earnings, but also have to consider cost of living)
Resources for further education...?
Basically any advise that experience has earned (I know this is a very broad request...anything you feel might be pertinent.)
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