Hsiao-Ron Cheng is a Taiwanese illustrator living in Taipei, Taiwan. She attended Taiwan University of Art from 2007-2010, receiving her BFA in Fine Art. Her work alludes to the deformation that physically separates human from plants. The environments and situations that she paints are often of surrealist nature, reminiscent of school, and partly based on phantasy.
It might be a bit exaggerated to compare it with central park, but it is also a green space in the city centre. (Just a bit smaller.) It’s around my neighborhood, again, so I have a lot of childhood memories with it. I remember teachers from elementary school always brought us there, for field trip, which is only one block away. And I also had my graduation photos taken there. Nowadays, I go back for jogging often.
A nice community located in Songshan Dist with a lot of great cafes/restaurants. This place always surprise me when finding a good food or lovely shops. I visit here often cause my boyfriend lives here.
All students of GCA love it here. Taking pictures, barbecue party, shouting, fireworks, stargazing... All the memory were made here. Unfortunately, the door waslocked recently, it is a terrible lost for the student of GCA.
Cashbox is a chained karaoke business. Unlike the karaoke in Europe, usually located in pubs, for people who are brave enough to sing in front of other strangers. In Cashbox, we show up as a group of friends, we have our own room with screen, computer, and microphones. We order whatever songs we like from the computer, then the music videos show up on the screen and we sing along! It’s a great place for relieving pressure.
The Sanzhi UFO houses were abandoned buildings in Sanzhi District, the place described as a ghost town and were torn down by the government in late 2008. I was fortune to visit there once with my uni friends in time. One of the most surreal place I have ever been... what a shame the buildings are all gone now.