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Monday, June 13, 2016

I am still well and stitching and living in...Taiwan!

Hello everyone out there!  I really can't believe it has been 8 months exactly since I updated my blog... The good news is I haven't stopped stitching so I have LOTS and LOTS to share with you and catch up on.

I don't know if anyone is still reading this but here I go.

On Halloween my family and I left Nepal and traveled back home to Michigan for the holidays before heading out to our next adventure in Asia on the beautiful island of Taiwan!

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Taiwan is a great place to live and visit.  It officially part of the Republic of China and they mostly speak Mandarin Chinese here, yet it is quite different from the People's Republic of  China.  So it is sort of its own country with a Democratic government and a newly elected FIRST Female President!

My family and I have been enjoying living here and we arrived just in time for the special holiday of Lunar New Year (Chinese New Year).  Below are a few pictures of the celebrations in Taipei...

 
These are some beautiful cupcakes we bought to celebrate with!


Some unique Dancers...


Chinese Lanterns and lights were all over Taipei!

Some images of the Lion Dance we witnessed...






The Lions even paid a visit inside the Department Store called SOGO!


I have lots of stitching to share with you but I thought I would share images of my new home first. I plan to share more stitching with you soon.  Until then...Happy Stitching!





7 comments:

  1. Welcome back..you had every reason to go MIA.Moving to a new country is a big thing.
    The pics from Lunar year celebration are so fun and colorful.
    Waiting for your stitching update.

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    1. Hopefully tomorrow I should be able to show some of my stitching. Thanks for sticking with me :)

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  2. Welcome back & hope you are now nicely settled in your new home :)
    Looks like you are having a great time.
    Looking forward to all your stitching updates!

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    1. Thanks for still reading! I should have some stitchy updates tomorrow :)

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  3. Wow, that's so exciting! Can't wait to hear about the stitching you've done :D

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