We’re proud to announce the release of our first eBook!
101 Tips to Living in Taiwan is an easy-to-digest guide that teaches the ins and outs of living in Taiwan.
101 Tips to Living in Taiwan will streamline your transition to living in a new and foreign country while inspiring you to get out and explore all that it has to offer. You’ll have more confidence, less stress, and the knowledge you need to make the most out of your time in Taiwan.
How This Book Will Help You
* Get 101 of our best tips for living and traveling in Taiwan
- How to save money and take Chinese lessons for free (Tip 34)
- Where to see a 14-meter wooden ship ceremoniously set ablaze (Tip 80)
- What it really means when Taiwanese say, “Well maybe you could…” (Tip 50)
- …and much, much more!
Why Trust Us?
Before arriving in Taiwan we knew next to nothing about what to expect. It took us two years of exploring and a lot of deliberate effort, but we finally learned the ins and outs of expat life in Taiwan. Additionally, we’ve been blogging and answering readers’ questions about Taiwan for two years. We know what you want, and need, to know about living and traveling in Taiwan. This is a compilation of those things.
We believe in this resource so much that we are offering it for free.
We truly want you to benefit from our experiences, and the wealth of information we have learned.
All you have to do?
Want to move to Taiwan but just don’t know how? Reach To Teach is one of the only free recruiting agencies in Taiwan that matches qualified teachers to reputable schools. They’ve partnered with us to bring this resource to you, and we couldn’t be more excited about it!
Not moving to Taiwan? You’ll still benefit from this free eBook. Learn our inside Taiwan travel tips. Discover Taiwan’s unique culture. Find out how to connect with locals all around the world. Get inspired to test your comfort zone and try something new!
We hope you enjoy 101 Tips to Living in Taiwan! We’ve worked hard to compile the most comprehensive, informative and fun guide to living in Taiwan around. If you enjoy it, please share it! The more the merrier!
Happy Reading (and Travels)! Dan and Casey