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Join me as I document my travels to some of Taiwan’s most beautiful destinations. Through sharing my thoughts, photographs, and experiences, I hope to inspire you to come explore this beautiful island.
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Compared to other countries in Asia, Taiwan is much more restrictive about its requirements for foreigner English teachers. Teachers are required to have either a bachelor’s degree or a TEFL certificate. The main reason Taiwan is more difficult to teach English as a second language is because of the higher standard of living and quality of life.
I have compiled a list of useful links to help make your visit or transition to Taiwan much easier. I will continually update this post as I find more useful information. Check this out if you’re looking for a job, apartment, scooter, or anything else. If you need help finding something not listed, please leave a comment below and I will do my best to find it.
When I landed at the Taipei Taoyuan International Airport for my study abroad program in Tainan, I had to figure out how to get to Tainan from Taipei. Some of the students flew into the Kaohsiung International Airport, which is closer to Tainan, but the tickets for that flight were much more expensive.