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Expat questions about moving to Taiwan (Taipei) : Hi everyone. Due to the corona virus I have discovered that I will be moving to Taiwan rather than Beijing. I have a few basic quality of life questions for an expat moving to Taipei and since its on such short notice I hope you all can help. Cell-Phones Which carriers would you all recommend for buying a new SIM card? I would prefer something where I can just load money onto an app and be billed as I go. What are the best companies to seek
Restaurant after civil marriage : Me and my Taiwanese fiancée are getting married in March. At the moment she's running around and gets documents translated and legalized, so she's rather stressed out. I wanted to surprise her therefor by at least organizing a restaurant for celebration. As the event in March will be only the civil marriage it's gonna be something small - her sister, her parents and the two of us. I was thinking of a special restaurant - nothing fancy, but worth remembering by i
Language School in Taipei? : I am HSK4/HSKK Intermediate and I know simplified Chinese, and traditional though not impossible is harder for me (however this is not a dealbreaker). I'm seeking recommendations for a language school in Taipei that does 10-20 hours a week, preferably 1-on-1 and group class as an option (though again not a dealbreaker), and won't break the bank. Thank you in advance! Some background: I am getting a minor in Chinese. Was meant to do a year long exchange in Mainland Ch
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