Beat Up By Customs Agent

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Re: Beat Up By Customs Agent

Postby lincolnunit » 04 Nov 2008, 02:11

While I was in Taiwan, I went on a cruise to japan from Keelung (Jilong). The line for Taiwan passport holders was super long, however i got to use the foreigner line in which I was the only one there. Special treatment to foreigners? I dunno, but it was nice not to wait 2-3 hours to board a boat.
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