Stuff No One Told Me (SNOTM.com) about Taiwan

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Re: Stuff No One Told Me (SNOTM.com) about Taiwan

Postby Aero7 » 06 Feb 2012, 08:58

Nice one ! Thanks for sharing ! :bow:
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Re: Stuff No One Told Me (SNOTM.com) about Taiwan

Postby Chris » 06 Feb 2012, 14:05

Reminiscent in a way of the West Meets East cartoons they had in the China Post in the 90s. Interesting observations of little aspects of local culture that seem odd to the average westerner.

And I found them here! West Meets East. (You can click the little arrow icons at the top to page through them.)
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