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I'm in Taipei now. Before in Hsinchu for 6 years. I liked living and working in Hsinchu. Would't mind to be based there again.
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Its either Taipei or the XiangXia Hinterland. The rest of Taiwan is just dust, signboards and warehouses.
"They only like me for my looks and personality"
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It looks like Kaoshiung (Gaoxiong) would be 10K NTD a month lower pay than the other opportunities, if that makes a difference in the perspectives of future posters.
Thanks to all who commented!
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