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X-RAY: Before and after

Posted by on May 27, 2012 in Health | 0 comments

I’ve just been released from the hospital! It seems they took out the screw and washer, but they could not take the riveted part of the screw, otherwise the hole in my bone would have been too large without any support inside. I can kind of walk, but I cannot bend my leg forward which is stopping me from walking normally. Sort of like my leg is extremely stiff and I have to walk without bending my foot in any direction to mitigate any...

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The Model, Tainan

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in City | 0 comments

Okay, so this guy isn’t really a model. He is a good friend I have in Taiwan who is from Korea! We went on a field trip to Tainan and I just happened to take this picture. This is totally an unexpected picture that I had on my hard drive, but I think it’s a great picture! 🙂 My friend Junhuang in...

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A girl’s dream road

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in City | 1 comment

Clothes, shoes and style… all in one place. This is in-fact nearby to where I live, just 5 or 6 minutes away on foot.  ...

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Merchandise

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Misc | 1 comment

A picture of merchandise being sold at a mountain nearby Taichung. It is a tourist and local attraction.

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Scenery picture

Posted by on May 25, 2012 in Nature | 0 comments

Scenery in Taichung Taichung is essentially a large city surrounded by mountains on all sides, making it one of the safest places to live in Taiwan, as it is protected from heavy typhoons where more South of Taichung suffers from typhoon seasons which bring heavy amounts of rain and sea water...

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X-RAYs: I may have arthritis

Posted by on May 23, 2012 in Health | 0 comments

Around 4 years ago I broke my leg, and as a result I had to have a titanium screw inserted into my leg, in-order for my bone structure to stay in-place after the fracture. I recently started suffering a few pains in my leg after exercising (Running), and there was something terribly wrong. After that incident, I had not been able to walk without feeling some sort of pain in the lower aft of my ankle. It has ruined my life. I might not be able to run again, unless I want to further damage my foot/leg and walking has become painful. After I had been told that I most likely have arthritis I could only feel emotions of what would occur in the future. What I can and cannot do now. Perhaps I precipitated my leg becoming like...

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Feng-Chia Night Market

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in City | 0 comments

This is Feng-Chia Night Market. It is one of the biggest night markets in Taichung and certainly the most populated. From clothing, food, technology, and everything else; you’ll find it at Feng-Chia. If you are into this type of night-life then Feng-Chia is probably the best place to live. I used to live here and when my sister came to Taiwan for a holiday, she loved this place. Highly...

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Taipei 101

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in City | 0 comments

As one of the tallest buildings and likely the best structurally built skyscraper in the world, Taipei 101 houses a massive shopping center along with a large array of well renowned company’s offices. It is way larger than any building I’ve seen in London and if you’ve seen any documentary on this building, you’ll see yourself how well-built and structurally sound this ‘thing’...

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Chinese text

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in Misc | 0 comments

I took this picture quite sometime ago. Apparently, from what I remember this is an old children’s book which helped children better understand the uses of characters and reading. I’m not sure on the translation, however I can probably find someone to translate it for me. I can read some of it and it seems to be talking about a child’s father returning home or at least something along those...

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Taiwanese market

Posted by on May 22, 2012 in City | 0 comments

A picture of a morning market in Taiwan. Fruits, vegetables, chicken, fried foods, … it’s all here.

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