National Science and Technology Museum I’ve written about museums in Taiwan before, like the National Palace Museum and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, but the NSTM in Kaoshiung had an exhibit involving a topic I’d never seen before: cooking! My love of cooking is well-documented, and to be honest 80% of why I decided to… Read More Kaoshiung Museum + Eats
Let me start off by telling you about my favorite runbing (潤餅）in all of Taiwan, found at 南台春捲 in Kaoshiung. Look at this! Everything about it was great: the roasted pork, the just-right vegetables, the crunchy peanuts, the fragrant tofu curd, the paper-thin skin. Everything, except 1. the sugar that was added in separately, and 2.… Read More Kaoshiung Adventures!
Once listed on the Michelin Bib Gourmand (think of it as the little sister of the Michelin star list), this place is famous for their rice rolls, which comes with a sesame-like sauce and a soy sauce.… Read More Hong Kong Eats
It’s basically a wonderland for foodies.… Read More Eating out? NTU-area food masterpost!
See part 1 for pretty pictures of rivers and trees and grass! After coming back from the night market, came the much anticipated Special Tainan tour led by an authentic Tainan-born-and-raised resident™. First stop was eel noodles! When we got there it was almost 9pm, yet there was a line. The line lasted for over… Read More UCEAP Tainan Trip (II)
UCEAP students went on a 2 day 1 night trip to southern Taiwan in Tainan, hosted by NTU’s Office of International Affairs! Tainan is 6 hours away by bus, so our first stop upon arrival was lunch. Table food, like the one we had during field geology trip, except much better LOL. The whitish blobs on… Read More UCEAP Tainan Trip (I)
The red brick walls were very popular amongst avid Instagrammers, and you have to be careful to not walk in front of someone’s carefully #curated #artsy #casual #candid shot.… Read More Monga District