More than Meets the Eye
Many people think of Taiwan is a tiny, overcrowded island with not much around except factories. If you only go to Taipei, you might think that false impression is true. However, the island also has an impressive array of natural beauty including mountains, amazing beaches, and gorgeous national park.
Most expatriates living in Taiwan rent and there are a wide variety of choices available for lease. In the center of Taipei, prices can be very expensive, but they go down as you get outside of the city. Most people choose to live in condos or apartments near the center of the city, or in houses in the surrounding suburbs.
The national sport of Taiwan is baseball.
For most families moving abroad with children, international schools are usually the first choice---especially for those on short-term work assignments and who do not plan to stay permanently. Children who aren't fluent in Mandarin Chinese will most likely find it difficult to attend a local public school where classes aren't conducted in English.
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Unlike in Western schools where students go from classroom to classroom, Taiwanese teachers are the ones who switch classrooms.
In Taiwan, there's no shortage of things to buy—there are over 290,000 street vendors.
Bubble tea, or Boba, a drink containing milk and tapioca pearls, started in Taiwan.
Chinese New Year, considered the most important holiday in Taiwan, is also the longest—it lasts for 15 days!
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