It’s easy for foreigners to identify Taiwan’s many shortcomings. Many of these failings often escape local eyes. I’m wondering if there are things that stand out as “illogical” when you return to your home country.
What have you learnt in Taiwan that would benefit your hometown?
Taiwan has reinforced my belief that the levels of tax in Western countries are daylight robbery.
Scooters are a great form of city transport.
I no longer want to cook on an electric stove.
Name cards are great for remembering names and telephone numbers.
Gas-fired water heaters are more efficient than electric-heated boilers.