I logged in just to like this post (particularly the PBR; my crew prefers the 12-pack for $6.99).
Years ago, there used to be a vendor in the Tonghua Street market that sold legitimate hot dogs (there was a thread about it - don't start arguing about snappers vs. franks, please). I miss that.
Any kind of decent Mexican food would be nice, but it's never going to happen here. A now-defunct bar used to have Latin Night and they served up some decent South American fare (prepared by a cat from South America, go figure).
Otherwise, I can't think of anything else I want to see down there. More hookers and gangsters chewing betel nut? Can never get enough of them.
The wet (day) market is fuckin' savage. Large chunks of freshly butchered livestock hanging from hooks in the open air for hours on end. What could go wrong? I think they ought to introduce cock fighting into the mix. Every so often I go down there for the spectacle and I'm constantly amazed by the number of shirtless, zero body fat, 50-year-old guava vendors. They look like bantamweights. I can't help thinking, "Man, we should slap a some gloves on a couple of these cats and put 'em in a ring." It's fuckin' 12 degrees outside, I'm wrapped up like Nanook of the North, and there's three cats down on Tonghua walkin' around in nothing but a pair of blue jeans and lanbai slippers.
One thing I might like to see is some kind of dedicated live performance area in all night markets. I know they'll just turn it into a fuckin' Karaoke Bloodbath, but it would be nice to see some entertainment down there that doesn't include haggling over the price of a faux leather belt.
Now that I think of it, I wish they sold those giant "number one" foam hands so I had a visual prop when I'm walking around all day saying, "Taiwan, number one! China, number four!"