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I will be studying Mandarin this summer in Taipei and I am on the hunt for a home stay for June and July. Ideally I would exchange a couple of hours of english teaching/babysitting and week for a free or discounted stay. Does anyone know any resources for this?
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Want to start off on the wrong foot with me? Put your carry-on in a full overhead bin, leave it sticking out six inches, then take your seat at the window and wait for someone else (me!) to come along and solve the physics problem you just created.
From "13 Things Your Flight Attendant Won't Tell You"