Hey, I don’t blog here anymore!

Hey! Just wanted to let everyone know that I don’t blog on here anymore! I’m working on an online marketing website now, www.timothygagnon.com. Maybe I’ll write articles about Taiwan on there too… maybe not. Hope to see you there! Regards, Tim.

Beach Events: Wai-Ao (外澳海樂) Music Festival April 2015

Scrolling through my Facebook news feed, I noticed that some of my friends were attending this free music festival over on some beach somewhere in the middle of no-where. Curious, I checked out the event page, and immediately categorized it as a hippy jam fest. But I was bored, and free that weekend, and itching… Read More »

The Most Amazing Places to Visit in Danshui That Will Blow Your Mind

It seems like every blog-post that I read about Taiwan is full of a few too many adjectives. Like a Taiwanese person is holding a gun to a blogger’s head and forcing him to paint Taiwan in the absolute best light as possible. I’m not really a fan of gushing about how awesome a particular place… Read More »

The Differences Between Teaching English in Taiwan and Freelance Writing

Taiwan tends to attract many different types of foreigners but almost all of them – without a doubt – will become English teachers, if they’re white, of course. When I tell people what it is that I have been doing for the past few years for income, they usually have a lot of questions, and… Read More »

8 Ways to Get Extra Bonus Good Luck From The Universe

In the previous article, we talked about some horrible things that you should never do in Taiwan unless you want a Taiwanese person’s brain to explode. In this article, we’ll talk about some that you can do, which will make their brain explode with endorphins, and make them fall in-love with you. There’s nothing Taiwanese girls… Read More »

9 Things That You Shouldn’t Do In Asia Unless You Want to Die

As you might have guessed, there is a lot of superstition in Chinese culture, and there are some things that Western people might consider normal, but over in China or Taiwan, could be considered bad luck. Unlike Australia, not everything is actually trying to kill you. Before We Begin… First, I’m not religious and I don’t believe… Read More »

5 Simple Ways to Make Money as a Freelancer in Taiwan

As a freelancer, the world is full of opportunities, but opportunities that must be discovered. Hand-outs and unreliable. If you want to be a full-time freelance then you have to treat it like a serious business and take matters into your own hands. That’s literally the definition of freelance work. In this article, we’re going… Read More »