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  • Temple in Taipei, Taiwan

    Chiang Kai-shek was one of the most famous Taiwanese people to ever live and is considered a national hero. He was both a political and military leader and served as the leader of the Republic of China between 1928 and 1975. Chiang is widely credited for developing Taiwan into a Read more [...]

  • Snobs in Taipei, Taiwan

    Snobs was shot in an old tobacco factory that has been transformed into a „creative park“. It houses facilities like the Taiwan Design Museum, a pond, various restaurants and cafés. Ever since the park opened in 2011, large, luxurious multi-purpose buildings like Eslite Spectrum Songyan have popped up and prices Read more [...]

  • Savour in Taipei, Taiwan

    With over 100 night markets in Taiwan, they are an important part of the Taiwanese culture. Every night they open from around 5pm to midnight, with some staying open even later. Offering all kinds of goods, but most significantly food, locals come to spend an evening with friends and family. Read more [...]

  • Nose in Taipei, Taiwan

    The Elephant Mountain provides the best view of Taipei city and is just a short hike away from the Xinyi Shopping District and Taipei 101. It got its name because it looks like an elephant with a long nose, one that is popular among tourists and locals alike. Nose is Read more [...]

  • Noisy in Taipei, Taiwan

    Noisy refers to the location of the Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art where this performance was shot. Like many other places in the inner city of Taipei, noise is a part of the soundscape of the city, mixing traffic, people, businesses and even firecrackers lit for celebration purposes. Quite often Read more [...]

  • Hustle in Taipei, Taiwan

    Home to what is known as the 228 incident, the Peace Memorial Park is one of the most famous landmarks in the city. The students in the performance all attend a nearby all girls high school and chose the word hustle to remind themselves that they must study hard and Read more [...]

  • Boss in Taipei, Taiwan

    Sun Yat-sen was China’s first president and the founding father of the Republic of China; known now as the Father of Modern China. He believed that China could only develop if it was to adopt the Western ways of industry, agriculture and for the country to become a republic. Sun Read more [...]

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