March 19, 2010

First Impressions : Taiwan from the Air

Every inch of land is used for arable farming. Each piece of land is called "ping" and farmers work very hard on the land growing vegetables of rice. Grapes are also grown wherever possible = even under the flyovers!!

Rice fields flooded with water are seen next to big factories.
The hardworking attitude of the Taiwanese is admirable.


Ah Ngao said...

wow..! you went to going to see a lot of good pictures and stories about Taiwan.i loves the countryside of Taiwan - not the busy bustling city.

wenn said...

wow, that's nice!

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Dear Ah Ngao
When I was younger I did not have the opportunity of going to Taiwan...but I am glad I went this time. The tour guide was mandarin speaking and everything was in Chinese. I felt a little out of place. But the Hokkien spoken was ok. The country side was beautiful and inspiring.
Read on!

Sarawakiana@2 said...

Dear Wenn
My group tour turned out to be nice...not the usual city shopping till you drop. It was part eco - tourism.


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