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t.alex
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re: Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
t.alex   7/7/2011 1:40:04 PM
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I have been to Taiwan sometime back. Scooter and bubble tea :)

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rick merritt   7/5/2011 9:54:13 PM
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@ck: You not only need a car but a snowblower, too. I grew up in Michigan and know the deal.

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ck_02   7/5/2011 8:05:22 PM
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@rick.merritt: You should visit us in NW MN in February and tell me that a car is seen as a luxury. Great article BTW. Thanks!

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re: Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
seaEE   7/4/2011 2:09:15 AM
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Thanks for a very enjoyable article.

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rick merritt   7/3/2011 11:25:50 PM
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@Christine: In addition to the confined geography is the island, Taiwanese live more frugally that their counterparts in the US where everyone feels they must have a car. A car is seen as a luxury.

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Christineliaoo   7/2/2011 12:40:40 PM
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The reason you see much scooter on the road is because in Taiwan it has more than twenty million population in this small country. And it's quite time-consuming to drive the car and looking for parking lot for short distance trip within a city. Scooter here is much for transportation while motorcycle is for personal hobby. And the license also different for both.

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BLinder   7/2/2011 3:23:01 AM
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Taiwan and Singapore are two glowing examples of resourceful islands in APAC. Great places to visit and do business with.

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cyking91   6/30/2011 4:37:34 AM
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Taiwan should be reckoned as a COUNTRY, instead of an island. If you dont know where you are visiting, then the whole point of this essay writing is down the drain...

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old account Frank Eory   6/29/2011 1:16:54 AM
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Thanks for this piece Rick. I haven't been to Taiwan in over a decade, but this photojournal & story presented a great overview of some of the exciting things going on there.

t.alex
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re: Taiwan postcards: A reporter's photojournal
t.alex   6/28/2011 11:30:29 PM
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Nice. I enjoy going through all the 17 pages.

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