If you left something in the taxi, you can find it back through PBS. They even reward the strangers who finds more than NT$50,000 but never keeps for his own. Here’s a site with more info about that:
I get full access to the classifieds already when I’m logged into my account.
There’s a lot of information out there, check out this site about how to open a bank account in Taiwan as a tourist:
Basically, you don’t need a permanent address… Any bank can pretty much wire funds to America, although if your prefer an English inter…Read More
Voltage is 110 volts 60 hz. Most electronic devices like laptops and phones are rated 100/240 V, 50/60HZ so will work fine but you’ll find high power devices like hairdryers will be rated at 220V and will require a transformer.
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Hey there everyone, I’m a construction engineer in Civil Engineering. I’m currently Stationed in Taiwan by an international company I’m contracted with.
I speak French, and occasionally teach it as a tutor, so please get in touch about that if interested I’m open to meet new people from different backgrounds, of different ethnicity. Please connect to my network.