Well, one thing I do hate about Taiwan is how they make you wear a shower cap at the water park.
Like, what am I gonna do with a shower cap, look at this! Look at this, what difference does it make?
The sound of the garbage truck.
Because it sounds like an ice (ceam) truck, but they don’t give you ice (ceam).
They only want your garbage.
They always use plastic bags and, for everything, for the smallest.
The third thing I don’t like is, bubble tea. One of the most disgusting things I have ever tried.
It rains a lot in this country, as it does in Holland.
But what they are doing, they are making all of the streets everywhere, they make the ground with tiles.
If it gets even a little bit wet, you are gone.
Taiwan is just like super humid and there are so many typhoons.
I mean when I first got here typhoons were so exciting.
But then you know what? After the water gets shut off and you don’t have any electricity. You don’t have any fun anymore.
Why are your bread sweet?
Sometimes you know they got these things that look like a trash can on the street.
And I think, giving the global warming issues, why are they pumping out all of these CO2?
As a non-native English speaker, I don’t like how complicated it is for us to find a job.
So when you are an English speaker,
even if you are like under qualified you can atill find a job like this, like everybody can be a teacher in Taiwan as long as they are native speakers.
And I don’t like that at all, cuz it’s actually a real job that you need to be qualified for.
It’s like literally impossible for us to find something to do.
Cuz when you want to do a non-teaching job, you have to have a master’s degree or two years of experiences.
Also what I don’t like is when Taiwanese people keep asking me if I prefer Taiwan or China.
Like, get over it, they are two different countries.
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