Taiwan’s most challenging Mazu pilgrimage – beyond craziness and beauty

Cranes lift up fireworks and huge fields of firecrackers plaster the ground, while one hears the rhythmic ring of chimes.  We’re in the middle of nowhere, but the streets are full of people, most wear an orange cap and a blue vests (including me) and all walk the same direction.  On the sides there are people […]

Hitchhiking in Taiwan: 1 week, 7 provinces, countless great people

I am about to share my positive experiences as a hitchhiker in Taiwan and wish you to have similar ones! I love Taiwan, I am grateful to all the wonderful, generous Taiwanese people and would like to share this. Reading this article will teach you about a some important parts of Taiwanese culture and geography. […]