Teaching in Hsinchu [10]

Yet another week that shouldn't really be titled 'teaching in Hsinchu' but as I started the pattern, there's no point in changing it. This week, my tenth week in Hsinchu, was also my last. On Monday I got the train to Taichung to meet two of my old BEET students. It was 32°C and absolutely beautiful! Then... Continue Reading →

Teaching in Hsinchu [9]

This is yet another blogpost where I'm not sure I should be titling it Teaching in Hsinchu. I think I should have gone with Trying not to throw up or Half living in Hsinchu because I've had yet another week where I've been quite unwell. However, Monday and Tuesday were fantastic. On Monday I arrived... Continue Reading →

Exploring the Neiwan train line

Hi everyone! Yay for Sunday, right?! I'm so excited to share this blog post with you all, because it's genuinely one of the most interesting days I've had in a long time. In England it's often really difficult to just jump on a train and go and explore somewhere, unless you're wealthy enough to not... Continue Reading →

Teaching in Hsinchu [8]

Hellooo everyone! I hope you enjoyed my latest post - my trip to Yingge and Sanxia, Taiwan. If you haven't read it yet, you should! I can't really call this post 'Teaching' in Hsinchu as I've spent most of the week in bed, but there we go. Monday was lovely - I had an interview... Continue Reading →

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