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I just moved here in January from Shanghai and I would like to send my students from last semester a gift. I think the most ideal thing would be something edible. Is there some kind of non-perishable snack that is a "Taiwanese famous food" that will make it through customs? I had more than 700 students last semester, hence the need to find another job
I highly suggest you buy for them some Taiwanese Pineapple cake... People from PRC China love it..... and it comes in a range of prices, from the expensive Keelung (Jilong) type , to the less expensive Taichiung and Hualian types....
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