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Taipei Part 2A

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Darn it, was writing half way of Day 3 when I accidentially click on back and OK and my whole draft was gone. Luckily I still got my first draft saved so you people who are requesting for the stories have to wait a bit...

Some photo for viewing, thanks to JY for his photo host...

Climbing the high seven stairs mountain at Yang Ming Shan

Ximen, out from the train station the big posters welcomes in your eyes!

Sun Yat Sen Museum - the Father of Chinese Revolutionary! See the magnificent statue and the guard, and try and guess if the guard is a real human or statue dummy :P


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