Excerpt: “Photowalkers Taipei has been organizing photowalks for several years already. We welcome anyone with an interest in photography, regardless of their level of ability. We aim to draw in all members of the local community to share our common love for photographs and photography.”
“Photowalkers Taipei creates a mini-RED Exhibition @ Red Room” published in Centered on Taipei, September, 2018. Text. Pictures by Alicia Haddad. pg 14.
Excerpt: “After having been an avid photography buff for many years, one day not so long ago, I decided to join Photowalkers Taiwan, a Taipei-based group that organizes walks for photography enthusiasts…”
“Three Photography Lessons: My Travel Log” published in Travel in Taiwan, September, 2018. Text and Pictures. pg 31.
Excerpt: “Thoughout greater Taipei, a metropolis of nearly seven million inhabitants, you’ll find streets and sectors which residents from other parts of Taiwan and the rest of the world have come to call home, little pockets of immigrants who’ve come to make Taiwan their home over the last century.”
“Zhonghe: From Little Burma to Hongludi” published in Centered on Taipei, June, 2018. Text and pictures. pg 9-11.
Photowalkers is a group of over seven hundred photography enthusiasts in Taipei that gather inspiration and photos while walking around Taipei on guided “Photowalks.” Member Kenneth Dickson describes three especially fruitful areas of the city for photographing the city’s more historic aspects…
“Photowalking Through Taipei’s History“, published in Centered on Taipei, April, 2018. Text and pictures. pg 13-15.
Excerpt: “So you’re coming to Taipei! Congratulations, you’ll enjoy driving among the five million vehicles on the road! Crowded streets, traffic jams, accidents…Doesn’t sound too appealing, does it? However, anyone traveling to Taipei should rest easy knowing that it is one of the most accessible cities in the world for those who don’t drive. In fact, there are nine exceptional ways for getting around Taipei and the whole metropolitan area without ever needing to sit behind a steering wheel.”
“Getting Around Taipei: 9 Ways To Explore Taipei And Beyond Without A Car,” published in WanderGogo, October 2017. Text and some pictures.