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Thanksgiving in Taiwan (第双部分)

Part 1

In the city center of Hualien the same cottage industries and wind rocked palms line the main streets as the alleys and lanes of Taipei. 867 more words


Hong Kong Airbnbs

2017 has been a very lucky year for Native English Teachers in Korea because the Chuseok holiday gave expats the chance to travel between September 30th and October 9th. 403 more words


Hong Kong: Tai O Fishing Village

Tai O Fishing Village was one of my favorite places that we visited during my time in Hong Kong.

It was simultaneously familiar because of how comfortable I am around the water, but also unlike any place that I’ve ever visited. 306 more words

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Chuseok Part II: Busan

The day we left Seoul was a traveling day, nothing was planned other than arriving to Busan. We did not however think we were going to arrive as late as we did. 1,197 more words


Colours of Autumn—What is it like in Korea?

Inviting and beyond beautiful—that’s how I describe Korea. The warm people, scenic places, array of tempting food, trendy music and fashion, values–rich dramas and remarkably advanced technology are just some of the many reasons why Korea is a must on your travel bucket list. 1,453 more words


When a Holiday Isn't Yours

There’s something exhausting about assuming the role of a bystander during a holiday that isn’t yours.

Chuseok 추석, one of Korea’s most important holidays, gathers together family members from across regional boundaries and nourishes them with food, love, and gratitude for each other. 868 more words

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