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Old Posted Oct 7, 2005, 6:30 AM
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i don't see any sidewalks tho.

hey is that where lee ten hui, lien chan and the ceo's of big corporations live? i saw in a taiwanese business magazine the pictures of some of those houses and they were pretty big.

hey kidd where did u get that image?
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Old Posted Oct 7, 2005, 6:35 AM
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i don't see any sidewalks tho.

hey is that where lee ten hui, lien chan and the ceo's of big corporations live? i saw in a taiwanese business magazine the pictures of some of those houses and they were pretty big.
No, that's "Hon Sea" 鴻喜山莊at Da Sea - Taoyuan County 桃園大溪Nice try tho! ^^

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Old Posted Oct 8, 2005, 3:29 AM
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When I was young, I went to my parent's friends home in the area. There were some nice houses with a view like this.
I guess, this kind of view has been blocked by those new condos.
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2005, 4:25 AM
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i don't see any sidewalks tho.

hey is that where lee ten hui, lien chan and the ceo's of big corporations live? i saw in a taiwanese business magazine the pictures of some of those houses and they were pretty big.
As kidd pointed out, LTH and his former groupies live next to the Dashi Resort in Taoyuan. If memory serves me correct, the balcony behind the lobby bar overlooks their homes.
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2005, 11:02 AM
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Hey Kidd!!!

I've heard something about a vilöage from Acer---the computer firm!

Is it real that they have their own high-tech village in Taiwan??
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2005, 11:04 AM
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Haha... maybe the place where "Meteor Garden" with F4 was taped!

The richiy rich places!
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Old Posted Oct 8, 2005, 9:57 PM
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haha...

tien mu reminds me of Mister Donut! the stupid long queue is the obstruction to my progress to try my first mister donut!! the queue is an eyesore to me...
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oh boy.. i love mister donut.. the donuts are so much better than dunkin donuts' here!
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do you think it's worth the wait? i am still contemplating whether or not to queue up for mister donut!
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Old Posted Oct 9, 2005, 3:15 AM
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Hey, that's where I resides The three pictures above actually shows the very West (first pic) and very East (second & third pic) side of 天母. Any pics of central 天母that intersects between 中山北路and 天母東﹐西路?

Since Warner Brothers Village moved in (the light blue building bottom center of the third pic), we no longer have to travel far to watch a movie!

Shopping here is already great, and probably one of the only things missing now is a MRT station (no, 石牌station isn't close enough) and something like a 錢櫃KTV nearby, although not directly in the hub of the suburb

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Oh, the number of people that line up at Mister Donut is crazy... you can even pay students to line up for you if you don't have time...

One of my bosses even bought Mister Donut directly from Japan upon his return from a business trip to share with us But I gave my share of donuts to my mum and sister, so I have yet to taste them to date despite its close proximity!

You could also buy Mister Donut in 維風廣場, and the waiting line there is almost equally as impressive

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Old Posted Oct 9, 2005, 1:26 PM
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Old Posted Oct 10, 2005, 10:30 PM
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Good picture of Tung-I, Australiasian ^^



I like how they light up the Tung-I building. From this angle, the building seem to have been imprinted with a shiny glowing CROSS, which fits in well with the panoramic night view of the Hsin Yi district!

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Excellent!
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