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Where can I meet FRIENDS

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Re: Where can I meet FRIENDS

Postby Versace Guy » 16 Nov 2015, 10:27

31 year old Taiwanese American guy, newly Kaohsiung. Anyone here wants to hang out?
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Re: Where can I meet FRIENDS

Postby myheartsayz » 13 Jan 2016, 11:35

If you guys wanna meet new friends, come to our hash group on sundays! www.chinahash.org.
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Re: Where can I meet FRIENDS

Postby Taipei wanderer » 20 Jan 2016, 16:57

I live in Taipei, but I will visit Taichung for the weekend. 29th/30th/31st does anyone wanna meet up, or have ideas on what to do?
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Does anybody live in Taichung?

Postby wesley_kai » 10 Feb 2016, 16:23

Does anybody live in Taichung?
I'd like to meat some friends in Taichung.
if you are looking for friends in Taichung too,
please left write down your Line or WeChat ID,or add me.
my Line ID is wesley_kai

I'm
Wesley
Male
26 years old
lived in Taiping Taichung
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Interested in meeting up for social?

Postby TT from UK » 26 Mar 2016, 00:20

Hi

I'm 25+ female HK Chinese and speak English.
I leave next weekend and would like to see if anyone would like to meet up over drinks / night out on Saturday /chat / social.
I currently staying in Nangang.

Let me know if you would like to meet someone new!
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Have foreigner friend in Taichung

Postby vincentyu316 » 26 Mar 2016, 12:12

Hi I'm Vincent
I'm work in trading company for export hand tool, however my English ability that it is not good enough.
so, I want to have some foreigner friend to improve my English as well as make more friends.
If you don't mind my English is not good, we can be a friend also I can teach you Chinese and Taiwan's culture.
We can just talk by using email, or you can join my friends party ever weekend but they are Taiwanese and like to drink beer a lot.....
My email: hotdog19870316@gmail.com
Just ignore this, if you don't want.


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Re: Where can I meet FRIENDS

Postby taiwanfriend » 11 Apr 2016, 13:19

just wondering if anyone know any facebook group for meeting new friends in taiwan which connects locally ?
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introduction.

Postby shastriarvind88 » 11 Apr 2016, 14:43

hi all,
My name is Arvind Sharma.I am new to this Forum.
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Re: Where can I meet FRIENDS

Postby HenHaoChi » 12 Apr 2016, 10:15

taiwanfriend wrote:just wondering if anyone know any facebook group for meeting new friends in taiwan which connects locally ?


There are a few language exchange groups on FB.
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Re: Have foreigner friend in Taichung

Postby annascott » 28 Apr 2016, 19:24

We can be friends and I can help you to improve your English but once I'll be there in Taiwan soon on my next trip. :)
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