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Rumour has it loan sharks lopped a dude what owed them a million NTs. Took out another guy's heart too. Bodies strewn about the thoroughfare. Sending a message?
Any truth to this?
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The Mexican cartel is now in Taiwan?!?!
Born in Taiwan. Grew up in California. Graduated from Cal. State Fullerton in 2008. Studied Chinese for 3 semesters at Shi-Da. Decided to live in Taiwan so I joined the Taiwanese army as 替代役.
Part-time poker player, Part-time English teacher.
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