So that's what that structure next to Daan sports center is for...
It's a long read, but despite Mayor Ko's, I don't give af attitude towards his decisions and just does what he wants. I think he's done a pretty damn good job in promoting active life in the city.
The Summer Universiade, which ranks as the second-largest multisport event in the world, exceeded only by only the Summer Olympics, will be the first large-scale international athletic competition that Taiwan has ever hosted.
That's pretty damn legit if you ask me.
I don't really follow international sports where it's country vs country, but if tickets are not that expensive, I would really like to go attend a game or two. It would be cool to see the atmosphere and also say that I participated in a historical moment in Taiwan/Taipei.
Curious as to what the athlete village will be used for after the games end too.