Travel Insider: MyTaiwanTour Tour Guide Kai

In the two years he’s been a tour guide, from his days as a rookie to the more experienced guide he is now, Kai has had to overcome the emotions and emotional labor of simply being a person, whether in the workplace, with family or in a relationship. Tour guides are people too and have…

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Travel Insider: Tour Guide Kelly Lin

Recognizable for her short hair, Kelly joined MyTaiwanTour more than five years ago. She blends in depth knowledge of Taiwan with humor, making her an ideal tour guide to introduce Taiwan to visitors. However, being a tour guide is not just about introducing Taiwan to the world, it’s about introducing the world to Taiwan. Seemingly…

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Travel Insider: Business Development Manager Fion Chang

Working at MyTaiwanTour for more than four years, our business development manager Fion doesn’t work directly with customers who come to Taiwan, but her job still revolves around the most important element of the travel industry: people.  One of Fion’s missions is to develop the business of MyAsiaTour, our new brand that aims to expand…

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2017 Top 30 Moments of MyTaiwanTour

With the arrival of 2018, we want to review these memorable moments we’ve been through in 2017, hoping to meet all of you again here in Taiwan!

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The Taipei Tai Chi Experience

If you’ve spent any time at all in Taiwan or China, you’ve probably seen Tai Chi being practiced in parks, usually in the early morning by anything from single practitioners to large, semi-choreographed groups. For the past month or so I’ve been practicing Tai Chi myself three mornings a week, and I thought I’d use this week’s column to share my experience.

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Customizing travel, or Infinite diversity in infinite combination

As an exceptionally warm and eventful September gives way to a (presumably) cooler October, I find myself reflecting on two important events of the past month, events that are on the surface unrelated but that I, in true gonzo journalist tradition, plan to not merely connect, but to do so in a way that makes sense.

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