Tag Archive: Taiwan

An intermission of food and poetry

Busy with a last minute trip to Southern California visiting friends, this post will just feature excerpts of poetry from Nicanor Parra’s collection of “Antipoems: New and Selected”, along with tasty edibles from… Continue reading

Take care of yourself

French influences are evident among the bakeries of Seoul, so I was not surprised to see French contemporary artist, Sophie Calle, on exhibit at 313 Art Project.  Featured is  “Où et Quand? (Where and… Continue reading

The plague we suffer

When I used to live in Switzerland there was a couple that accompanied me during my workday commute on the tram. Entering the tram, they were already snuggled within each others arms, forming… Continue reading

Rewrite yourself

En route to Taiwan, I watched a movie called “Ruby Sparks” which was portrayed by Zoe Kazan who also wrote the movie because — according to Wikipedia — she wanted to uncover the… Continue reading

Breaking away from the European Union

Although the hallmark of the new calendar year so far was the debilitating flu, thankfully I recovered just in time for festivities in Taiwan. Moreover, my appetite is recuperated, which is of utmost… Continue reading