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I saw this on the news today. A British guy, 8 years in Taiwan, has decided to tell everyone that he loves Taiwan. He has a goal to put a big picture up on the side of the Taipei 101 building.
His Facebook is here:http://www.facebook.com/ILoveTaiwanWoAiTaiWan
He has started selling t-shirts and other stuff.
What he is doing looks good. In my opinion he appears to be a giving a good impression of foreign people in Taiwan.
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Sure, but it's a bit goofy, isn't it?
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