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Don Pedro-Lorenzo
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taipei 101


scooter park


democratic life


an alley


taiwanese opera


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ronald console exhausted minds


in the park of sun yat-sen memorial hall


republican guards (hsien bing)


(source: www.trekearth.com)
 

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Don Pedro-Lorenzo
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tamsui river


north coast


 

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hehe..thank u very much but i am afraid that i've neither enough skill nor material for it..

i ve aleady quoted my source higher: www.treakearth.com ;)
 

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Don Pedro-Lorenzo
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it's the backgarden i think...
 

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spinning



sea of umbrellas



mr juice



taipei metro



sulfur brook


the road goes ever on


grand-hotel


the presidential palace
 

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Great pics as always Pierre-Laurent.Thanks :bow: :bow: :bow: :bow:
 

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NICE snapshot

Real Taiwan spots to enjoy :cheers2:
 

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Sean Hannity said:
Looks cleaner than China. Is it really cleaner?
Depends on how you look at it. The short answer would be yes.

In recent decades, Taiwan has really cleaned up well. While in China, large cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen... etc. have very clean areas but because of the size difference between mainland China and Taiwan, both in physical size and population not to mention the economical differences, it is easier to keep Taiwan clean.

I remember growing up in Taiwan in the 80's, that's when Taiwan first started to really clean up and it seems like it has paid off.
 

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Don Pedro-Lorenzo
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except specific areas as markets, i'd say a big YES to your question, taiwan and especially its large cities as taipei is kinda clean, it was even a big surprise for me, on my first return. nearly no paper no can on in the street in the quarter where i resided during my stays, whereas it used to be kinda dirty in the 80th. but i think taiwan can still make progress in matters of maintenance of their buildings and houses...taiwanese take more care of their interior than the exterior of their house, often broken-down, as though it's not a part of it...and sewer system can be improved too, even if it's already good. except these fects, taiwan's cleaness is ok in general.

(to pangu: were you on holidays lately? you are less often online!)
 

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pierre-laurent said:
but i think taiwan can still make progress in matters of maintenance of their buildings and houses...taiwanese take more care of their interior than the exterior of their house, often broken-down, as though it's not a part of it...
OMG, true that!!!

I wonder why that is...

I remember even hearing a Taiwanese comedian talking about that, where a typical Taiwanese home looks like a shack outside but a palace inside...

pierre-laurent said:
(to pangu: were you on holidays lately? you are less often online!)
I wish! I've been swamped with work mostly. :)
 

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so it's rather a good news, more job more income, jia you...
 

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pierre-laurent said:
maybe as canadian are a subset of english. we can be brother but not necessary living in a same house.
I don't want to talk about your stupid idea of Taiwan independence in Korea thread. If you want, I can talk here.

pierre-laurent said:
i think that you don't realize how ridiculous you are. but you do what you want, i'm not your father.
I don't even want you to be my grandson because you don't even realize how idiotic, hypocratic, and treacherous you are.

By the way, I am in Taiwan at present. I flatterd Taiwan in Korea thread. Don't get over-excited. I have seen how Taiwan cities look like and how people live as well as its industries.
 

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Pangu said:
Depends on how you look at it. The short answer would be yes.

In recent decades, Taiwan has really cleaned up well. While in China, large cities like Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen... etc. have very clean areas but because of the size difference between mainland China and Taiwan, both in physical size and population not to mention the economical differences, it is easier to keep Taiwan clean.

I remember growing up in Taiwan in the 80's, that's when Taiwan first started to really clean up and it seems like it has paid off.
If Taiwan can be said to be clean, you must have not seen how a clean city looks like.
 

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kelvinyang: I don't know what you wish to accomplish by being rude and unfriendly, but that kind of behavior is discouraged on SkyscraperCity. Please tone it down and if you continue to behave this way, you will be dealt with accordingly. Thank you.
 
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