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Question: What is the best Taiwanese food dish?
Here are the Top 3 Taiwanese food we recommend as they are distinctly Taiwanese and at the same time not too shocking in taste for pinoys: 1.) Mango Chua Bing (Mango Shaved Ice) 2.) Taiwanese Pan Fried Dumplings (八方雲集) 3.) Breakfast Egg Crepe (350 Degree Oven) For those who are up to the challenge: Taiwanese Stinky Tofu Source: https://www.quora.com/profile/Cristine-Chen
Question: What should I absolutely not do when visiting your country?
1. No gum chewing/food/drinks in the MRT: Chewing gum, eating, and drinking (even water) at the MRT can get you fined 1500–7500 NT (50–250USD). 2. No sitting on the Priority Seat on the Public Transport unless pregnant/elderly/small kid: There are two colors on public transport seats, one is for priority seating. It’s usually 2–3 seats that are darker in color shade. These seats are for small kids, pregnant, and elderly people. 3. No Littering (Even when we don’t have much trash cans): One of the questions I get asked a lot- WHY ARE THERE NO TRASH CANS IN TAIPEI. It’s...
Question: What is the weirdest tradition in Taiwan?
People intentionally get hit by explosive fireworks. The Annual Yan Shui Beehive Festival in Taiwan is one of the most dangerous festivals in the world. The festival originated from a custom back in the 1800s when an epidemic ravaged the town. The locals called out Guan Gong, the god of war, to help alleviate the disease and they did this by setting firecrackers along the road. The epidemic soon disappeared and since then, the tradition continued. People who attend this festival wear cardboards and helmets as protection and literally stand there waiting to get hit. Beehives are giant cylinders that contains rockets...