It's weird and somehow retarded I know, but any specific advice for a native Mandarin who will be in Taiwan for like 10 to 15 days?
And it's a self-guided tour
To fly to Taiwan you need to go to the international flight area. When I first left Beijing to Taipei, I thought it was a domestic gate and almost missed my flight. Brain washed by my fucking parents and government desu
In my experience, I find Taiwan street food to be much more disgusting.
Cant get over those soggy noodles that they put on a shallow and increasingly disintegrating paper plate where all the sauce is flowing out.
Been in Sichuan, and their street food is god-tier. Much better than in Taiwan.
Have been with Taiwanese businesspeople and even they said that Taiwan has shit-tier food, outside of their lightly steamed fish and fruits.
t. Zhang Li
Chinese street vendors unironically use gutter oil to cook their chemically-made eggs m8
Szechuan's food is god-tier in general, not really a good representation of China.
When I went around Shanghai and nearby cities their food was shit.
>Chinese street vendors unironically use gutter oil to cook their chemically-made eggs m8
This is actually a practize that they have learnt from Taiwan back in the 90s tbvh.
Even recently, Taiwan made gutter oil has found its way to Vietnam.
Chinks and Taiwan-Chinks are both jews. You know it.
Wew, didn't know that. Apparently it's a problem all over East Asia.
China's notorious for it here, though.
Both China and Taiwan are highly corrupt places, where official oversight and control is patchy, to say the least.
Singapore's a authoritarian control-state in comparisson, where businesspeople who do this shit get caned until they cant take a shit anymore.
This shit is all over the place in asia, and China only has the problem that they have the most people and the weakest state-control out of all countries (believe it or not, China is basically anarchy the daily life). Also, western media likes to focus on these issues in China, while totally ignoring similiar things happening in countries considered 'ideologically friendly'.
White dude living in Taiwan here. What do you like to do? I'm assuming you'll go to Taipei at some point. Taipei 101 is overrated, I enjoyed 中正紀念堂 however just because of how fucking retarded it is. 日月潭 is beautiful but absolutely crowded with middle-aged mainlanders.