Other Travels

This page is dedicated to my travels outside of Taiwan. Whether it is in Asia, North America, or wherever my next destination will be, I’ll use these posts as a chance to expand past the borders of “Formosa.”

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Tienanmen Square Gate, China 2013

Post: 24 Hours in Beijing

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Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Statue, 2013

Post: Solemn Sights in Washington, DC

Panmunjom Joint Security Area, Korea 2013

Post 1: The Demilitarized Zone (DMZ)

Post 2: Gyeongbokgung Palace (경복궁)

Post 3: Streets, Markets, and Daily Life

Post 4: Changdeokgung (창덕궁)

Shuri Castle, Okinawa 2012

Post 1: Okinawa’s Shuri Castle

Post 2: Okinawa Churaumi Aquarium

Post 3: Okinawa’s People and Culture

Post 4: Makishi Market, Naha

Post 5: Sights of Okinawa’s Streets and People

Times Square, New York City 2011

Post 1: New York’s Times Square

Post 2: New York’s Grand Central Station

Post 3: NYC Landmarks

Post 4: Underground NYC (Subways)

Wat Arun Temple, Thailand 2011

Post 1: Bangkok: Wat Pho

Post 2: A Tuk-Tuk Drive in Bangkok

Post 3: Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn

Post 4: Bangkok Street Scenes

Post 5: Bangkok Flower Market

Post 6: Bangkok Erawan Shrine

Post 7: Single Shot: Fabric Market, Bangkok

Post 8: More Golden Buddhas at Bangkok’s Wat Pho

Post 9: Bangkok’s Wat Arun II

Angkor Wat Sunrise, Cambodia, 2011

Post 1: Monks at Angkor Wat

Post 2: Angkor Wat Sunrise

Post 3: Cambodia’s Dark Past, Part 1: S-21 Prison, Phnom Penh

Post 4: Apsara Dancers, Siem Reap

Post 5: Cambodia: Daily Life

Post 6: Ta Prohm Temple

Post 7: Weekend Post: Cambodia Slideshow

Post 8: Monks at Angkor Wat, Part 2

Looking north at Kowloon, Hong Kong, 2010

Post 1: “…and we’re back!”

Post 2: Hong Kong Skyline

Post 3: From the Peak

Post 4: Tian Tan Buddha, Ngong Ping

Post 5: More Hong Kong Photos

Post 6: Po Lin Monastery

Post 7: More from Hong Kong

Post 8: Tian Tan Giant Buddha, Hong Kong

5 responses to “Other Travels

  1. Pingback: Single Image: “Lining Up” | joshintaiwan.com

  2. you have some fabulous pictures! As someone living in Asia for a few more months, your site provides a great resource for places to check out during my stay (especially Cambodia, Taiwan, and Japan).

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