This is where we buy our groceries, modeled by Jessica.
In Taiwan people generally prefer their food fresher than in North America. That means meat that has just been butchered is better than meat that’s wrapped and frozen in a supermarket.
The neighbourhood gallery is below this one.
Here’s some shots from the park and our neighbourhood, including ‘urban gardens’ – where people have scratched out vegetable patches amidst the parking spots and concrete barriers, the crowd of old guys that gather to play weichi for hours every single day, some hard-core b-ball players in the pouring rain, and a cool shot from a morning in the park of a kid on a bike in a puddle underneath the world’s tallest building.
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