Teaching English abroad in Taiwan 2015

Posted in: Taiwan experiences- Jan 24, 2015 No Comments

Teaching English abroad in Taiwan 2015 Teaching English abroad in Taiwan is an interesting experience available to English speakers with a degree. There are different views on teaching English in Taiwan both from locals and from foreigners. I taught English in Taiwan for 4 months at a cram school and currently teach adults a couple […]

Digital nomad in Taiwan for about $1000US a month

Posted in: Destination introduction, Passive income, Taiwan experiences- Jan 18, 2015 4 Comments

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Taiwan Working Holiday – Event Dec 15th Vancouver

Posted in: News, Passive income, Taiwan experiences- Dec 08, 2014 No Comments

I had an idea to talk about my Taiwan working holiday experience before I returned to Vancouver.  I scheduled an event on Eventbrite and was actually surprised once I started getting some ticket sales. After all this was my first paid talk and and an experiment. Once I got to Vancouver I found a great […]

Where to get a haircut in Taipei

Posted in: Taiwan experiences, Tips- Nov 28, 2014 No Comments

Follow @ghung   If you live in Taipei long enough you’re going to need to do ordinary things like get a haircut or get a dentist.  So where to get a haircut in Taipei? I started by googling and recall opening this blog post by Madeline more than once. I tried out her suggestion and […]

2 great free resources for learning Chinese

Posted in: Taiwan experiences, Tips- Oct 02, 2014 No Comments

Follow @ghung 2 great free resources for learning Chinese This month I want to introduce you to 2 free resources for learning Chinese (Mandarin). Both resources are high tech. One is a free app called Chineseskill and another is a podcast from Jenny Zhu. What I love about both of these solutions is that you […]

Tips to become a better English Teacher in Taiwan

Posted in: Taiwan experiences- Oct 01, 2014 No Comments

So you’ve decided to become an English teacher in Taiwan? Now that my experience as an English teacher in Taiwan is over I thought I would reflect and pass on some of my hard lessons learned. Some of this stuff I just learned and wasn’t covered in my schools training. I’m there are much more […]

Kenting,Taiwan – Revealed

Posted in: News, Taiwan experiences, Trip reports- Aug 10, 2014 No Comments

Kenting Follow @ghung I had lived in Taipei, Taiwan almost a year and during this time I heard lots of positive things from locals about Kenting’s beaches and great weather. It was a 2-hour high-speed train ride and a 2-hour drive south of Taipei. I decided to travel there and see for myself.  Kenting is […]

Learning chinese in Taiwan after 1 year

Posted in: Taiwan experiences- Jul 13, 2014 No Comments

Follow @ghung Next month will be my first year spent year living in Taipei, Taiwan.  I think it’s a good time to reflect and share some of my experiences for those that are interested. In this article I’ll share the experience of learning chinese in Taiwan after 1 year and some useful tips. Shida I […]

Dancing grass – Yilan, Taiwan

Posted in: Destination introduction, Taiwan experiences- May 19, 2014 No Comments

Follow @ghung The day after my birthday celebration my local friend and I met at the Taipei Mrt station of Guting at 8:30am. From there we caught our hour and half train ride out to Yilan. Prior to this trip a couple of locals mentioned that Yilan had natural beauty. I did’t have time to […]

Taiwan lantern Festival 2014 Pingxi – Valentines day

Posted in: News, Taiwan experiences- Feb 16, 2014 No Comments

Follow @ghung My local Taiwanese friend Serena told me about the Chinese New Year lantern festival. I looked at the official page and saw that it was held in Pingxi district on Valentines Day. I was debating for days whether to go or not due to the weather. I wasn’t even sure the lanterns would […]