Taiwan is an island country east of China. The country is about 13,974 square miles. The currency used in the country is New Taiwan Dollar (NT$). Most people in Taiwan use Traditional Chinese characters. Chinese is the main spoken language in Taiwan, but a lot people in big cities with many tourists do speak English.
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Sorry about the delay, I have been very busy recently. No, I did not lazy out, I had to do college stuff. So yeah... :/ A lot of working. Very busy. Anyways, I managed to make some time so here is the last post for Taiwan! Today's post will feature the rest of the photos from Shilin Official Residence (士林官邸) and the photos from the Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall (中正纪念堂).
Before I get started, I would just like to remind you that I made a Facebook Fan page for this photography blog. You can "Like Us" here. This way, you can be updated whenever I post something new! :) Please invite your friends too! I'm trying to get more viewers on here. Anyways, as always, enjoy my photos!
This is a greenhouse inside the Shilin Official Residence.
Flowers in the greenhouse.
Turtles in the pond. This is still in the Shilin Official Residence. Usually, these turtles are released into the wild by locals. Not too sure about Taiwan traditions, but in China, some people believe releasing turtles, freeing a life, is considered good karma. I think this is also true in Taiwan as our traditions are not that different.
Butterflies! I wish I had my new Canon EOS 7D back then. I got way better lens and resolution. LOL
Pond with lily pads.
Another photo of turtle.
This was the place the former leader Chiang Kai-Shek lived.
Another shot of the palace/mansion.
The garden near the residence.
A buddhist temple.
The photo of the Taipei Railway Station taken from Caesar Park Hotel.
This begins the photos from the Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall (中正纪念堂).
I think this was the flag raising ceremony. Not too sure.
A pond in Taipei somewhere.
A small stream.
This concludes the photos from my trip to Taiwan! Not too sure what I will be posting next, but it will most likely cloud photos or squirrel photos. I have a lot of new ones! :P I will probably be posting cloud photos as the ones I posted 2 years ago has gotten quite a lot of attention and is actually one of my most popular posts on this blog! You can find the post here. According to my network traffic records, that page gets around 30-50 visitors alone everyday!
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