Monday, December 3, 2007

Images Of Taiwan: Sun Yat Sen Memorial, Zongshan Park, and City Hall

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Last November 24, 2007 I met my niece, Rona and her friend Jacqueline at the Taipei Main Station. Rona works in Taochung -- in the middle of Taiwan. She and her friend Jacqueline took the train to meet me in Taipei.
From the Taipei main station, we went to the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall Station. We visited the Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall, the Zohongshan Park, the City Hall Station and Taipei 101 - the tallest building in the world.
We saw some "street performers (Chinese belly dancers)" at the Sun Yat Zen Memorial Hall.
Directions: Via Taipei MRT: Take the Blue Line going to Kunyang and get off at the S.Y.S Memorial Hall. Via Bus: Take Bus No. 204, 205, 263. 311 (311) to S.Y.S. Memorial Hall Station Stop.
"The Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall emulates Cina's ancient palace architecture and can hold up to 3,000 people for performances. The miniature landscape in honshan Park in fornt of the hall adds a touch of natural vitality." (Source: Department of Transportation, Taipei City Government.)

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