The definition of night life in Toronto might be different from Taiwan. You can experience extremely long day length in summer. The time of sunset is usually after 8:30 PM in summer. In Taiwan, the time of sunset is much earlier than in Canada, it would be around 7 PM in summer and around 5 … More Night Life
Public transportation is always a key factor for tourists. It can help you save a lot of money compared to grabbing a taxi and renting a car. It’s also an easy, safe, and quick way to get around a new area, and you usually can reach most hot spots by taking public transit. That’s also … More The Public Transportation System
Picking a name for your baby is the first gift from the parents. The name is the first thing we learn about a person. It’s how they’re presented to the world, and that name probably will stick with them for their entire life. This is not only an important endeavor but also a daunting task. … More Naming your kids after one of your family members?
I mentioned to my Torontonian friends that adult children living with their parents is not a strange thing in Taiwan, even when they are financially independent or already married. Well, they couldn’t believe that. They said that not only in Toronto but in all of North America, adult children are expected to leave the nest … More Living with the parents vs. moving out
Summer is just around the corner and Torontonians are getting ready to lie out in the sun enjoying the sunshine and hoping to get a tan. Many restaurants have already set up patios to welcome customers wanting to enjoy their meals in the sun. But for Taiwanese, especially women, it’s time to make sure they’ve … More White or Tanned Skin
Picture is provided by Flazingo Photos There are some famous channels on YouTube. Those channels are about some foreigners who live in Taiwan or have lived in Taiwan for a long time. They are familiar with Taiwanese culture, so they make films on YouTube to share their thoughts on cultural differences and lifestyle with Taiwanese audiences. … More Nice To Meet You, Toronto!