A Week in Taiwan 3
Went to eat Mister Donuts for the first time here in Taiwan, it actually taste pretty good. I like how they have more kawaii design than American donuts shops.
Look at the teddy bear~ so cute~ *munch*
OH MY GOD! THE HORROR!!! TEE HORROR!!!
Might try the brown one enxt time.
Went to eat dinner with my family at a ramen shop that I found on the internet. If I have to rate it…I give the shop a 7/10. It was edible but not delicious.
Some squid side dish.
You can see this ramen doesn’t look that good.
I still finished it though (>_<;).
Ashita mo omachishite oremasu. Meaning “come again soon”.
The noodle in this moves up and down. Pretty creative, only if their ramen taste as good as this concept.
Don’t get fooled by the Japanese signs you see here, we are still in Taiwan.
Taiwan is pretty much a mix of heavy Chinese culture with a splash of Korean and a little bit more of Japanese culture. I am actually surprise on how about 1/3 of people here can read/speak Japanese fluently, and this is probably due to the lack of Chinese translated games here in Taiwan.
Taiwan imports all foreign games in the country’s language where they are made from, and as most people know, we Asian loves RPG. So who makes the best RPG in the world? Japan right? So since all the games are made in their original country’s language, Taiwan Gamer ended up learning Japanese; either self-learning or goes to school. In the end most people become pretty fluent in Japanese.
ps- Western game are not as popular here so not many people know english…
Ate this at another ramen shop. 10/10!
I’m going to leave you guys here to browse around as I start packing for my return to America.
A Week in Taiwan officially ends with this post! See you next years!