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Apple Women and Blended Fish People but No Stinky Tofu


I’d spider-scrawled the targets in pencil into my pink-swordfish and black-heart decorated notebook; Pool player, night market vendor, doorman and old expat were the soft ones. We decided to keep our eyes peeled for alcoholics, sex workers, homeless, 24 hour … Continue reading

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The Garbage Man


I don’t have an English name. Why should I have an English name, I’m Taiwanese? My name is Jen Gwor Pi. My nickname is Gwor Ti. My job is collecting rubbish from the streets. Continue reading

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Artist


The interview with the Artist has been added to the photos here.

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The Spicy Boy


Please Note: Things said in Chinese will appear in bold and at times our Chinese may appear better than it actually is. The questions were written down in Chinese but sometimes the meaning was unclear. Lewis:                   What’s your name? Spicy … Continue reading

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The Gay Man


Please Note: Things said in Chinese will appear in bold and at times our Chinese may appear better than it actually is. The questions were written down in Chinese but sometimes the meaning was unclear. Lewis:                   Are you two together? … Continue reading

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The Spicy Girl


Please Note: Things said in Chinese will appear in bold and at times our Chinese may appear better than it actually is. The questions were written down in Chinese but sometimes the meaning was unclear. Lewis:                   We want to … Continue reading

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The Younger Expat


Please note: Greg, the Expat, was actually saying ‘crepes’ and not ‘crabs’ but we didn’t realise until afterward. Soft French crabs with marmalade may sound odd but Gregg’s enthusiasm made them sound so delicious that I was ready to devour … Continue reading

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