Witch House, of bras and obscenity

It happens to the best of us. You are wandering around a new city, a new country, trying to preview your venue for a conference, the next thing you know--you really need to pee. It was a mixture of desperation and humor. Some establishments are not really friendly. I got shouted at for trying to... Continue Reading →

Pizza in Taipei

I wouldn't expect that my first meal in Taipei would be a pizza. But we were hungry and it was the most interesting one around. We found this place tucked in between the Zhongshan Elementary School and Xintian Temple stop of the yellow line. Certainly a better bet than the Mc Donald's down the street... Continue Reading →

Daguerre and opening “Nothing to Declare”

Today is Louis-Jacques-Mande Daguerre's 224th birthday. I have memorized that name as an undergraduate student while studying Photography as Art under Prof. Eloi Hernandez. Ironically, it is also through her that I found out about his birthday. It is gut instinct that I sensed a Google Doodle in his honor. Who is Daguerre? He was the... Continue Reading →

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