Taiwan

Why is it the best c**t in Asia and how are you liking your visit?

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  1. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    >muh true chinese culture
    That looks like a fricking amusement park. Just visit Japan. It's more interesting anyway.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Japs are robots. Not human and can't give you human interaction

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Neither will the chinks in taiwan

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          You clearly never been

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Spoken like a true moron

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >looks like a fricking amusement park
      Chinese Buddhism is merely entering its decadent stage of kitsch. In Europe, Catholicism went through the same stage of decadent kitsch, only that was 600 years ago. Now we're all bugmen for 600-year-old Roman Catholic kitsch, so can't we be equally forgiving of contemporary Buddhist kitsch?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Wake me when they're in the 'cover skeletons in gold and israeliteels and put them on display' stage.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Chinese Buddhism is merely entering its decadent stage of kitsch.
        in China it's not. In its diaspora colonies like Malaysia, taiwan and Singapore maybe.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Diaspora colonies
          >Taiwan

          Taiwan is literally a region of China in a civilization sense at the very least. It's also the only controlled region of the Republic of *China* and an autonomous province claimed by the People's Republic of *China*. Taiwan IS part of China.

          >Taiwanese Buddhist temples are kinda boring, traditional Chinese folk religion temples are where it's at.
          what are some good ones in guangzhou?

          What he meant was that "traditional chinese folk religion" temples in Taiwan are better. Which is true. But that shit is basically a pile of bullshit superstition than an actual religion. Chinese people are so weird about this shit. Thousands of years of not believing in this yet they still freak out if you fricked up placing your Bagua.

          Buddhist temples in China are sober. Not because they're kitsch, on the contrary, they're pretty orthodox and there's a solid chunk of actually religious people (I had a few colleagues that were actually observant of buddhist practices which is a rare sight in the mainland)

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >Taiwan is literally a region of China in a civilization sense at the very least. It's also the only controlled region of the Republic of *China* and an autonomous province claimed by the People's Republic of *China*. Taiwan IS part of China.
            ye ik taiwan is part of China I just wasn't in the mood to trigger the David Hsiaos in here

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >trigger the David Hsiaos
              kek, spot on

              Taiwan was really disappointing for me. People told me that it would be a way to experience a "developed, cleaner version of China".

              While it was certainly more developed and cleaner than China, the Taiwanese people were significantly less friendly compared to the Chinese people I met in China. I had people literally invite me to their house for meals after like 10 minutes of meeting them.

              Additionally, Taiwan country felt way more like a watered down Japan than an upgraded experience of China, which I didn't expect, but I guess makes sense give its history.

              I don't really see myself visiting Taiwan again. Japan and China are definitely worth multiple trips though.

              Korea is next.

              I love Taiwan but the REALITY is it's tainted by heavy Reddit associations because of le ebin rebels, stick it to le gommunists, and political background that Westerners (mainly my fellow amerimutts) pretend to have a clue about. This leads to people constantly way overstating the problems of travel in Mainland vs the supposed pure bliss of travel in Taiwan. Both places are very worth visiting although I tend to agree Mainland warrants more trips.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >Buddhist temples in China are sober. Not because they're kitsch, on the contrary, they're pretty orthodox and there's a solid chunk of actually religious people (I had a few colleagues that were actually observant of buddhist practices which is a rare sight in the mainland)
            Is it true that they often mix up their folk religion with buddhism and daoism

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          I agree though Jingan Temple isn't the best example lol

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            not him but why? I think it's pretty nice.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Taiwanese Buddhist temples are kinda boring, traditional Chinese folk religion temples are where it's at.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Taiwanese Buddhist temples are kinda boring, traditional Chinese folk religion temples are where it's at.
          what are some good ones in guangzhou?

  2. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwan is not a country

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      How to tell someone isn't white without saying it.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Yellow Canadian hands typed this

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Says the mutt

          Why do browns and yellows seethe at Taiwan so much?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Says the mutt

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Taiwan is not a country

  3. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I get what you mean, but Taiwan has one major problem: It's incredibly boring.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      That's Korean. Taiwan is much more fun.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Taiwan is a boring shithole. Japan is the best Asian country.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          You clearly never lived there. They are all autistic robots with no social skills. Weebs and their Japan idealization get what they deserve when they realize no one will talk to them.

  4. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwan is a place for people who saw 90% of asia before, so they can tick it with "yeah I was there"

  5. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I enjoy visiting Taiwan. I wish mainland China was half as nice. It does get boring after a while though, unless you are there to slay Chinese girls or practice your Mandarin. And it gets really fricking hot. The apartments outside Taipei are cheap, and it would be a nice place to live if there wasn't the constant threat of China invading.

  6. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Dunno if I could live there forever (not enough to do related to my interests/purpose) but it looks really fricking comfy and I'm thinking of moving to a small village in New Taipei for a bit so I can try and get my business up and running, need to change my environment and I think that being somewhere with few distractions yet within close proximity of a big city would be really good for me

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Taipei may be the city for you if that's the case. It's calm and peaceful if you live in the lanes that surround the main roads where the cars are offloaded.

      You can consider going to Xindian (MRT green line, south) or Tamsui (red line, north), or even Banqiao (blue line, west). Xindian is your best possible option due to it being close to the 3 most relevant districts in taipei, Zhongzheng, Da'an and Xinyi. Ideally, getting something near Gongguan all the way to Guting grants you both proximity to the better parts of the city (since you're in it) and relatively cheap rent since you're not in Da'an.

      It's also relatively calm. You wouldn't even notice that you're basically between two of the most important uni campuses in Taiwan (i.e NTNU and NTU/NTUST).

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Sounds good anon, Japan is my dream but if I went over there on a WHV straight from home I'd burn through my savings before I was able to establish my own source of income, Taipei looks like a good place to spend a year to sort all that stuff out, Bangkok looks great too but I worry I'd get overstimulated/distracted too easily

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Do you happen to be the moron who was comparing bangkok and taipei in that thread that got archived ? If it's you, you'd better figure out that source of income BEFORE going there. If you can't make upwards of at the very least two grands a month (net of taxes), don't even bother going to either. You shouldn't take online income for granted, people tend to forget to mention the risks associated with managing a business that entirely hinges on your skill and luck.

          If you go to taipei with less than 1500 USD/month to spend you will have a terrible time. Eastern Asia only is nice when you have an appartment that doesn't look like a rat's nest, that you have the option of not systematically eating night market slop and can actually profit from the amenities present in the country. Otherwise you just will be trapped in a bugman routine where you have to count your every dime, take shitty buses to everywhere and being an overall miser.

          At the end of the day you should ask yourself what you really want from living in Taipei, Japan, or anywhere else. if it's living like a monk amongst the ricefields in Yilan completely isolated from the rest of western civilization and probably unable to communicate any meaningful sentiments for a while until you learn the language (minimum 3 years), or if it's enjoying the chinkpunk atmosphere of modern asian cities, i.e partying, dating sexy, clean-looking cuties and consuming fancy shit/tech, while still having the option of visiting other places like said rice fields, or other countries.

          In other words, you're getting ahead of yourself. If you don't have enough money to go there and visit the place beforehand to see if it clicks, don't go there for the long haul, or you're setting yourself to be sorely disappointed.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Not him, but I was thinking of first visiting just to see if I like it, then spending a year living like a monk in the ricefields while learning Chinese and saving money. Then move back to the city once I can actually appreciate it. What do you think of that plan?

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              Not the anon you're replying to, but I mostly agree with his advice from my own hard experience.
              >I was thinking of first visiting just to see if I like it, then spending a year living like a monk in the ricefields while learning Chinese and saving money. Then move back to the city once I can actually appreciate it. What do you think of that plan?
              If that floats your boat then sure. But some things to consider:
              1) you should already have an income before you go
              2) your income should be enough to support your lifestyle wherever you live; you should not need to or expect to save for a year in the countryside so you can live grander for a year in the city
              3) your online business/income is probably not going to expand while you're living like a monk and doing an intensive language study in the countryside, so to reiterate points 1 and 2, make sure your income is enough to cover your aspired lifestyle before you leave home
              Always remember that you don't have a safety net once you're in another country. You're just some bad luck or a bad decision away from being in bad trouble. In addition to your income, you need to bank several months worth of living expenses and enough money to get your ass home.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >Do you happen to be the moron who was comparing bangkok and taipei in that thread that got archived ?
            Yeah that's me babe

  7. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    What’s the cooming situation like in Taiwan?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Prostitution is hard to get abd expensive. If you want to frick bawds you should go to China. Women are more conservative in Taiwan.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        No one answered in the China thread

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          I didn't see your question, what are you wondering about China cooming

          >t. China coomer

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >mongering in Taiwan sucks
        very true

        >Taiwanese women are conservative
        l m f a o

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          women are conservative
          seems that anon hasn't realised what heavy americanization for 30+ years does to women.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            But that's true though. Most taiwanese woman are far more conservative than anything you get in the west. They're not like, mainland-levels of conservative, but when it comes to family roles, filial piety and all that shit they tend to toe the line almost as much. The only difference is that when a taiwanese woman wants to be with you you'll have a better chance of her being more loyal to you than her parents.

            If it's the sexpat hunters you're worried about they're pretty easily avoided and are far less numerous there.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >Talk to Taiwanese girl before I go to the country
          >She really likes me and wants to meet up and asks if I have a gf
          >Suddenly turned cold yesterday after I told her that I've only been dating casually since breaking up with my ex
          Did I frick up in being honest? She's a qt college student.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            You fricked up yes.
            Everyone who says "taiwanese women are not conservative lol" is an absolute larper who either assumes that it works like japan where women are either full on globalized and look for foreigners (so called gaijin hunters)or just can't speak a lick of english, or that taiwan is a 24/7 homosexual orgy because they passed a gay bill to bring focus to an otherwise ignored country.

            Younger taiwanese people aren't bad at english, and are actually pretty open with foreigners. While they are very insular, Taiwan has historically always been forced to collaborate economically and culturally with all its neighbors. It's not shocking for them to date foreigners. However, they aren't into hook up culture at all. Sure, you've got a few women who have no problem with that and if you're attractive enough you'll fit the bill, but most girls do not want to have casual sex here. I don't bother with those girls because they usually want a hundred fricking dates. And the more dates you have the more shackled your ass will be.

            Lots of incels get trapped into this shit, that's why you see a lot of awkward ass looking foreigners going out with ugly women.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              le autismus

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >One hundred dates
              Goddamn. Now I understand why my Chinese-American friend used to say Asian men were more romantic.

              You did. She thinks you're a frickboy now. Doesn't want to get pumped and dumped. You can't blame her.

              When a girl asks you what you're looking for, don't take the question seriously. Say something stupid to make her laugh, and hope she drops it. If she corners you, say you're leaning towards something serious, but wouldn't mind something casual.

              There are burger girls especially on Tinder who DON'T want a relationship. By giving a non-answer, you keep open all possibilities This mistake cost me a qt 20 year old fluent in Spanish. She would have made a great travel companion. Sad thing is, I know I could have brought her to love me eventually.

              So she keeps talking to me and still wants to meet, I'm assuming she just wants to be friends now. Where can I meet burgers and bawds then? I just don't see the point in long-term relationships anymore. Talking to more people from China and Taiwan about it, their concept of romance seems like it's out of the 1950s. Obviously, that's a good thing, but I'm a rootless wanderer and by-product of globohomosexual who'll be in a new country by next year.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            You did. She thinks you're a frickboy now. Doesn't want to get pumped and dumped. You can't blame her.

            When a girl asks you what you're looking for, don't take the question seriously. Say something stupid to make her laugh, and hope she drops it. If she corners you, say you're leaning towards something serious, but wouldn't mind something casual.

            There are burger girls especially on Tinder who DON'T want a relationship. By giving a non-answer, you keep open all possibilities This mistake cost me a qt 20 year old fluent in Spanish. She would have made a great travel companion. Sad thing is, I know I could have brought her to love me eventually.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            You fricked up yes.
            Everyone who says "taiwanese women are not conservative lol" is an absolute larper who either assumes that it works like japan where women are either full on globalized and look for foreigners (so called gaijin hunters)or just can't speak a lick of english, or that taiwan is a 24/7 homosexual orgy because they passed a gay bill to bring focus to an otherwise ignored country.

            Younger taiwanese people aren't bad at english, and are actually pretty open with foreigners. While they are very insular, Taiwan has historically always been forced to collaborate economically and culturally with all its neighbors. It's not shocking for them to date foreigners. However, they aren't into hook up culture at all. Sure, you've got a few women who have no problem with that and if you're attractive enough you'll fit the bill, but most girls do not want to have casual sex here. I don't bother with those girls because they usually want a hundred fricking dates. And the more dates you have the more shackled your ass will be.

            Lots of incels get trapped into this shit, that's why you see a lot of awkward ass looking foreigners going out with ugly women.

            The extent of Taiwanese women's "conservatism" is that many of them care far more than their western counterparts about being *perceived* as a bawd. So if you tell them upfront you are only looking for something casual, you've basically ruined it (unless meeting girls in obvious hookup places ie bars/clubs). But once you meet them in person, not being able to secure the lay is your frickup, and has nothing to do with oh noo Im too tradishunurr for that

            Anyone who tells you otherwise is WRONG

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >tradishunurr

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        It's not hard to get. Go to Linsen North Road in Taipei by midnight. Pimps will actively approach you. Hundred bucks an hour to frick some kind of SEAmonkey you could've easily fricked for free in SEA.

        If you're rich, you should go to the ktvs there made for japanese expats. My ex was also contacted to do some geisha-like consort function for execs, but i've never heard of any location providing this service.

        I really should've pimped her out on onlyfans, seriously. Would've made the years of drug and alcohol abuse worth it.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          what kind of drugs can I cop in Taiwan?

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            Pretty much any drugs if you know the right people and don't sound like a weirdo. It'll just be more expensive, shittier, and cut which makes it so not worth the risk. Also, worse place for dealing or being addicted, because anyone knows you have this shit in your house and can't hide it anywhere else and you're their b***h. Due to the high illegality of these things pretty much everything and everyone related to drugs is related to crime and crappy people in general. Don't expect having a friendly lsd trip with a bunch of friends college-style.

            Not only that but Taiwan is a country of snitches. Do anything suspicious and complaints will be filed. Appartment smells like weed ? The only thing that made your neighbors not call the police is that they didn't recognize the smell, so basically only smoke in open, very isolated areas like a park at night or a rooftop.

            To be honest Taiwan is just the worst place to do drugs along with singapore unless you're in a festival outdoors or something. I just get my fix when i return home during the holidays.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Would if thought the opposite

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        > Women are more conservative in Taiwan.
        Not if you’re White

  8. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I liked the Taiwanese a lot. One of my best holiday experiences was in a rural restaurant where the incredibly drunk owner came and sat at our table and kept giving us free baijiu. Very friendly and very safe place.

  9. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    God Taiwan is the best c**t in Asia and I think it's because white people don't know it exists.

  10. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm kinda biased, but Taiwan is definitely more chill, Koreans are xenophobic, and Japanese just don't want to insult you even though they are inquisitive. A country can be "westernized" but still be miles apart in culture.

  11. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I lived there for 3 years and can unequivocally say it is not the best country in Asia. I couldn't stand it after a while. All of the autism of the Japanese mixed with the autistic superstition of the Chinese, and a hypocondriac namby pamby approach to everything. Other than SighSee stuff (which admittedly it is amazing for) it is also very boring. The cities are as a rule sprawling eyesores. Taipei is good for cultural activities, restaurants, and clubs, but even that gets old very quickly. There is no dynamism in Taiwan, no youthful vigor, no vibrancy. It's a country of people who are crushed by work and school and have no idea how to have fun. The food is also completely overrated (I have no idea how people claim it's the "food capital" of Asia KEK), bland, underseasoned, and greasy, with very little variety.

    Might get shit for this but I really did not like Taiwan and if I had visited it before I moved there, I would never have decided to work there for three years. It is good for a visit, especially if you like outdoors stuff and stick to the east coast. The west coast outside of Taipei and Tainan is pretty much a wash.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      That sounds horrible. Pakistan in general sounds horrible. It's like all the worst parts of India and the middle east combined into one country.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        wrong thread?

        What do you recommend that's superior

        t. Interested in tefl

        I would honestly recommend SEA. Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, etc. Vietnam especially is steadily reaching salary parity with Taiwan while the cost of living is still really low. Plus there isn't the constant sword of Damocles of China hanging over your head at every moment there. Of all the places I went in Asia, I found SEAsians to be the coolest and most laid back in general.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          Vietnam's air is turning horrendous. I think even China (on average) is better. Both still have better air than India which is in a complete league of it's own in terms of shittyness.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      What do you recommend that's superior

      t. Interested in tefl

  12. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwan was really disappointing for me. People told me that it would be a way to experience a "developed, cleaner version of China".

    While it was certainly more developed and cleaner than China, the Taiwanese people were significantly less friendly compared to the Chinese people I met in China. I had people literally invite me to their house for meals after like 10 minutes of meeting them.

    Additionally, Taiwan country felt way more like a watered down Japan than an upgraded experience of China, which I didn't expect, but I guess makes sense give its history.

    I don't really see myself visiting Taiwan again. Japan and China are definitely worth multiple trips though.

    Korea is next.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      99% of the people commenting on China are mutts, boomers and seething Taiwanese diaspora (who will never be considered Taiwanese by the actual Taiwanese).
      I loved Taiwan but mostly the south and east coast. People from Taiwan go to work in the mainland nowadays because wages are better a good deal of the time.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >I loved Taiwan but mostly the south and east coast. People from Taiwan go to work in the mainland nowadays because wages are better a good deal of the time.
        I heard lots of them go to xiamen specifically

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Totally agree. Taiwan is much more Japanese than people realize. They're basically aspiring to be Japan but they're much shittier at it, mainly due to the fact that their cities are ugly as sin and the people are incredibly superstitious. HORRENDOUS traffic too which is not really a thing in Japan. I might be biased because I was stuck there for a while and got cabin fever, but holy frick the autistic driving drove me nuts after a while.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Taiwanese people were significantly less friendly compared to the Chinese people I met in China. I had people literally invite me to their house for meals after like 10 minutes of meeting them.
      because you are white, in more advanced economies with more foreign exposure of course this does not happen. Were you not afraid they were going to drug you with dinner and chop you up for dumplings? Korea will definitely disappoint you as you may get kpussy but they will not roll out the red carpet for you. Highly xenophobic society, even to their own who have lived abroad.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >Taiwanese people were significantly less friendly compared to the Chinese people I met in China. I had people literally invite me to their house for meals after like 10 minutes of meeting them.
      because you are white, in more advanced economies with more foreign exposure of course this does not happen. Were you not afraid they were going to drug you with dinner and chop you up for dumplings? Korea will definitely disappoint you as you may get kpussy but they will not roll out the red carpet for you. Highly xenophobic society, even to their own who have lived abroad.

      That's what happens in general when you go to places where foreigners are an extreme rarity.

      I've had the same experience in the lesser-visited countries of latin american compared to the more visited ones like Mexico (and then even the lesser visited parts of that country). The being invited over for dinner thing is pretty common. I've had both very rich and very poor people do it at places, they both probably bragged for day to their neighbors that they hosted an American as if Obama himself had come to visit.

  13. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    lived in taiwan for a few years before covid
    just booked flights for a short visit
    > feelsgoodman

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      same place?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        > same place?
        i'm afraid so
        hopefully they won't spoil my visit

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        in the 5 years i lived there i don't recall seeing anybody visibly identifiable as a homosexual, and i definitely didn't see any man-on-man handholding or other man-on-man acts. it will be interesting to see if things have changed since 2018.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          >i definitely didn't see any man-on-man handholding or other man-on-man acts.
          Utter BS

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        >Same pic every thread
        >About 20 people max
        >3 foreigners right at the forefront

        Yep. Degeneracy on a large scale.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          unless you're a legit autist you don't get your info from single random pics. Now having said that taiwan does indeed have the lrgest gay parades in asia and is the only asian state to legalize gay marrage. That's just a fact, and you can cope as much as you want for having you wholsum trad kmt heaven bubble burst.

          • 1 year ago
            Anonymous

            >largest gay parades in asia
            This is like having the biggest dick in india. Nothing to write home about.

            >legalizes gay marriage
            The entire western world + half of latin america + oceania has legalized gay marriage. There are several threads about these regions yet i do not see you b***h and moan about gay marriages there. And God knows the gay parades are way, way larger than any country in Asia, Taiwan included.

            To be honest, having you on every taiwanese thread talking about homosexuality makes me think you actually want some taiwanese wiener up your ass.

            • 1 year ago
              Anonymous

              >tries to pull the samegayg rutine.
              again you're just coping because your bubble has been burst

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                I'm not trying, you're the same dude. Same way of writing, same shit you post, and same pics too.

                Like I said, you're fixated on what is a minor aspect of the country. I have seen less people mention gays in San Francisco threads, and San Francisco is pretty gay.

                I wouldn't care if it was just a meme, but now you're arguing that even the normies living in taiwan aren't traditional compared to the west, which is plain misinformation.

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                whatever you say chief

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                its okay to be gay bro

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                >finally admits it

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                its okay to be gay bro

                whatever you say chief

                I'm not trying, you're the same dude. Same way of writing, same shit you post, and same pics too.

                Like I said, you're fixated on what is a minor aspect of the country. I have seen less people mention gays in San Francisco threads, and San Francisco is pretty gay.

                I wouldn't care if it was just a meme, but now you're arguing that even the normies living in taiwan aren't traditional compared to the west, which is plain misinformation.

                >tries to pull the samegayg rutine.
                again you're just coping because your bubble has been burst

                >largest gay parades in asia
                This is like having the biggest dick in india. Nothing to write home about.

                >legalizes gay marriage
                The entire western world + half of latin america + oceania has legalized gay marriage. There are several threads about these regions yet i do not see you b***h and moan about gay marriages there. And God knows the gay parades are way, way larger than any country in Asia, Taiwan included.

                To be honest, having you on every taiwanese thread talking about homosexuality makes me think you actually want some taiwanese wiener up your ass.

                You're both autistic

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                and you are moronic

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                https://i.imgur.com/MhzHrt1.png

                nice one

                You're both autistic

              • 1 year ago
                Anonymous

                nice one

  14. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwanese pussy can't compete with Mainland pussy, it's not even close.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      if you like it shaved, taiwan
      if you like it hairy, mainland

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Urban mainland pussy is shaved.

        • 1 year ago
          Anonymous

          > Urban mainland pussy is shaved.
          i have never been to mainland, so all the mainland pussy i have had has been tourists and overseas students. it has been hairy every time

  15. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    I'm waiting until I get my free $150 from the Taiwanese govt for coming to Taiwan.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      free $150 from the Taiwanese govt for coming to > Taiwan.
      i want gibs. gibsmedat. how do i get gibs?

  16. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Taiwan is good, China is better. They are both China end of the day despite the Ameriisraelite meddling to turn Taiwan into a Black personlicious LGBT island.

  17. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Simply put, Taiwan isn't a tourist destination. it's a jack of all trade but a master of none. IT has all the amenities of a first world country but you're always three lanes away from the countryside, even in Taipei. You go there if you have your life in order and you just want to live a safe life where you can digital nomad activities with a healthy life rythm and not a whole lot of opportunities for partying or taking drugs and shit. Most intense shit you'll do there ? Drink a few beers at an all you can drink night club at 101. Also, foreigners are very avoidable if you know what you're doing.

    >yeah well then it's a great place where to start
    Maybe true before the 2000s, lol ? Every regional capital or world class city in East and even SEA has most amenities Taiwan has. And everything Taiwan has in that aspect, Japan, Hong Kong, every single Tier 1 and 2 cities in China have better.

    Only go to Taiwan if you get a competitive salary compared to the relative cost of living.

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      >You go there if you have your life in order and you just want to live a safe life where you can digital nomad activities with a healthy life rythm and not a whole lot of opportunities for partying or taking drugs and shit
      This sounds really comfy though

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        It actually is. You're in your thirties and you want to work on your health both mental and physical, taiwan is the way to go. Frick, even working here isnt as horrible as other places in asia contrary to popular belief.

  18. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    So bbc says they are giving 150 dollars to every tourist

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      150$ in tw
      to do what? take a taxi?

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        CNN says its 5000 NTD or $163.50 USD at today's exchange rate.

      • 1 year ago
        Anonymous

        Should make it applicable to the plane ride, tickets to Asia are expensive in general. More so for Taiwan since they lifted their COVID rules

  19. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Anyone been to the Formosan Aboriginal Culture Village or E-Da theme park? They don't look that good but they remind me of a weird theme park in Vietnam called Sun World.

  20. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Got 3 weeks in Asia, and I've already been to most SEA countries. Do I visit Malaysia, Taiwan, or Philippines?

    • 1 year ago
      Anonymous

      Defo philippines, enjoy the beaches in Palawan and shit. Taiwan doesn't have much to offer to someone who knows about Asia

  21. 1 year ago
    Anonymous

    Just see an old white guy
    Frick him i gonna be his own fricking wagie sooner or later

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