Photowalking Through Taipei’s History

By | April 1, 2018

People don’t do Photowalks for exercise, that’s for sure! The average Photowalker’s walking pace is only about a kilometer per hour. I was able to confirm this on several Photowalks with the use of Google Fit. Though we don’t walk much, the point of a Photowalk is to expand our experience of Taipei through a lens. In this article, we’ll discover a few locations that are worth taking the time to photograph.

Over several different trips, you can experience a little piece of Taipei in days gone by: from the Qing era, through the colonial period and the early Republican years, to the modern city. (More on PG 13)

Published in “Centered on Taipei”, April 2018.

Photographs for your enjoyment.