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THE ONE TAIWANESE STREET FOOD EVERYONE LOVES !
 
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Let's take you on a Baozi - Steamed Buns - tasting in Taiwan on the East coast in this famous Bao village Donghe. Subscribe to follow the world tour & hit the notification bell! 👉 http://bit.ly/PierreTL-YT More Taiwan Travel tips & videos! 👉 http://bit.ly/Taiwan-Playlist Watch How We Started the World Tour! 👉 http://bit.ly/Greece-Playlist Those steamed buns ( Baozi ) can be found in Donghe, on the East Coast of Taiwan - turn up at the red light then right again and it is in front of the fire station. ⌜ 🌟Book your next hotels: http://bit.ly/TrinaAndPierre (we use this site 99% of the time!) Here is $29 OFF of your next Airbnb stay! 👉 https://abnb.me/e/GjGltJ3j4H ⌞ ⌜ Let's connect: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter: @pierretlambert & @inspiredbytwelve 👉 https://instagram.com/inspiredbytwelve (photography + daily bts!) 👉 https://instagram.com/pierretlambert (photography + daily bts!) 👉 https://facebook.com/pierretlambert ⌞ ⌜ ❓ FAQ: 👉 What GEAR do I use? - CAMERA GEAR (prices in link) - - Drone: http://amzn.to/2vU2K5W - GoPro: http://amzn.to/2dfI4zS - Compact Camera: http://amzn.to/2ey09vU - Panasonic GH5: http://amzn.to/2vUhxgX - Panasonic 12-60mm lens (cheap one): http://amzn.to/2vTQ2nI - Camera I used before the Panasonic GH5: http://amzn.to/2ftGbi7 - Nikon D750 (for photo): http://amzn.to/2dx1W3v - Wide Angle Nikon 16-35: http://amzn.to/2dfG3Dw - Zoom Nikon 70-200: http://amzn.to/2dfHqCc - Sigma 35mm for Nikon: http://amzn.to/2cGrzhd - Flexible tripod for light cameras: http://amzn.to/2dcSvmH - Flexible tripod for big camera: http://amzn.to/2dfHmTc - External Microphone: http://amzn.to/2fSLwOY - Windjammer: http://amzn.to/2gcwDqA - Drone filters: http://amzn.to/2vTGmtn - Camera Bag: F-Stop Anja, here is another one http://amzn.to/2iTVtSG Watch this video, I explain it all 👉 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kPrcz... ⌞
Views: 2250 Trina & Pierre
Girls Style Dance Class at Dance Soul in Taipei, Taiwan 5-24-2016
 
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NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. Me taking the "Girl's Style" hip hop class at Dance Soul in Taipei, Taiwan. I am the one in the blue tank top to the right. Hope you enjoy! Choreography: 哈妹 Music: 1 Thing by Amerie
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Eskei83 - Red Bull 3Style World Finals 2019 @ Omni, Taipei, Taiwan (full live set)
 
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Eskei83 - Red Bull 3Style World Finals set 2019 with a lot of bass music, trap & future bass played live at Omni Taipei / Taiwan / Asia. download some the edits of this set: https://fanlink.to/rb3style2019 tracklist: https://www.1001tracklists.com/tracklist/1vt7lv2k/eskei83-omni-nightclub-january-2019-taiwan-red-bull-music-3style-2019-01-26.html#edit SUBSCRIBE TO ESKEI83'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL: http://ytb.li/ESKEI83 FOLLOW ESKEI83: http://eskei83.fty.li/social ESKEI83: http://www.eskei83.com/ http://bit.ly/google83 https://www.facebook.com/ESKEI83 https://twitter.com/eskei83 http://tiny.cc/eskei83googleplus https://soundcloud.com/eskei83 http://bit.ly/iTunes83
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The Ultimate Taiwanese Street Food Tour - Jiufen and Keelung City Night Market, Taiwan (Day 10)
 
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Taiwan street food is exciting and delicious. Enjoy this Taiwanese street food day trip tour! ►Get more Taiwanese street food in my Taipei guide: https://goo.gl/PbAuzQ ►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe On Day 10 in Taipei, Taiwan, Ying and I decided to take a day trip to Jiufen (of Jiu Fen) and on to Keelung City and have a day of eating Taiwanese street food. I’m extremely happy we had a chance to briefly visit both Jiufen and Keelung City. I’ll just quickly go over where and how we went from Taipei to Jiufen and then on to Keelung City using timecodes so you can come back to a location in the video easily if you want to. 0:38 How to Get from Taipei to Jiufen by Bus Using the directly I read off Wikipedia travel guide, we took the Taipei Metro to Zhongxiao Fuxing Station, then took exit 1 (Andong Street) and made an immediate u-turn, walked to the intersection and made a left, and then the bus stop was right there on the right hand side. We somehow arrived to the bus stop right as 1062 arrived and if Taiwan couldn’t make things any more easy and efficient we boarded the bus using our easy cards. The bus ride from Taipei central there to the small town of Jiufen took just over 1 hour, and we soon arrived in the touristy, but very beautiful and pleasant town of Jiufen - which is one of the biggest little tourist towns in Taiwan. You can choose to take a day trip to Jiufen from Taipei like we did, or you can even spend the night or a few nights there. 2:45 Taiwanese street food at Jiufen Jiufen is a small little mountain town in Taiwan about 1 hour from Taipei with a great view of the ocean… and it’s turned into a major tourism destination. Although you can go there to do some shopping and buy some souvenirs, by far the main reason to go to Jiufen on a day trip is to eat as much Taiwanese street food and snacks as you can - and also there are plenty of sit-down restaurant you can eat at as well. Ying and I started our day of eating Taiwan street food by eating a plate of snails and a plate of grilled squid, both of which had quite a similar texture, and the flavor was delicious. After the snails and squid, I couldn’t resist having a Taiwanese tea egg, one of the most popular snacks. After walking around and taking loads of photos of the picturesque scenes around Jiufen, Ying and I stopped at a real restaurant to take a little break, cool down from the hot sun, and eat some more food - this time at a real restaurant. I tried a dish called three cup chicken, which was deliciously comforting. Another very famous food to eat in Jiufen is the sweet taro balls, which was pretty good. 12:24 How to get from Jiufen to Keelung City on Bus #788 After spending a few hours wandering around Jiufen, we took the bus from just up the road directly to Keelung City, one of the harbour towns in Taiwan, and about a 45 minute drive from Jiufen. The reason we wanted to go to Keelung City was to go to Keelung Miaokou Night Market, one of the most famous Taiwanese street food markets in Taiwan. 13:35 Street food at Keelung Miaokou Night Market One of the most well known night markets in Taiwan is Keelung Miaokou Night Market, located right in Keelung City, and home to an abundance of delicious things to eat. I was actually still quite full from all the food we had already eaten in Jiufen, but I did manage to try a few things at the night market, and also I just really enjoyed the ambiance and atmosphere of the market. Ying and I luckily got a table and chairs at a small street food stall serving long finger sized dumplings, which were similar to gyoza. They were filled with minced pork and lots of green onions. Along with a plate of pickled cucumbers, and a plate of tofu, they were some of the best potsticker style dumplings I had on my entire trip to Taiwan. I also tried crab soup, and a famous street food called a Nutritious Sandwich. Day 10 in Taiwan, and eating all sorts of Taiwanese street food snacks in both Jiufen and Keelung City was an excellent day trip. Music in this video is from Audio Network Timothy’s Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/timothykayip This video was produced by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens, for more information about us, check out our blogs: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology SNAPCHAT: migrationology Make a donation: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Resources I use: http://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ Premium Travel Guides: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/ Ready my Taipei Travel Guide for more tips about visiting Taipei: https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/taipei-taiwan/
Views: 1630385 Mark Wiens
STREETWEAR SHOPPING IN TAIPEI // Fung Bros World Tour
 
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This video was sponsored by Dollar Shave Club — get your own kit at http://www.dollarshaveclub.com/fungbros One of the most underrated aspects of Taipei is its thriving urban scene, from streetwear to basketball. In Taiwan on our 2017 World Tour, we explored the hottest streetwear shops in Taipei's Da’an District then hooped at the famous Xinsheng Elevated Road basketball courts. What's your favorite thing to do in Taipei? ▸ FUNG BROS SHIRTS & MERCH // http://bit.ly/fungbrosshop ANHBAN ▸ http://bit.ly/tangmup TIFF ▸ http://bit.ly/tiffleezzz Special thanks to Jack Feng for helping out with this too http://instagram.com/Jacktsby FOLLOW THE FUNG BROS. ▸ FACEBOOK // http://bit.ly/FungBros-FB ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/fungbros-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/fungbros-TW DAVID ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/davidbfung-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/davidbfung-TW ANDREW ▸ INSTAGRAM // http://bit.ly/andrewjfung-IG ▸ TWITTER // http://bit.ly/andrewjfung-IG CAMERA // Jordan Hwang (http://bit.ly/jordanhwang), Alex Siu (http://bit.ly/asiu1990-IG) EDITOR // Geoffrey Ramos MUSIC // Origami Beats (http://bit.ly/origamibeats), RickyFlarez (http://bit.ly/thebriando)
Views: 156216 FUNG BROS.
BIGGEST Buildings In The MODERN World!
 
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Check out the BIGGEST Buildings In The MODERN World! From the largest building to the tallest skyscraper, this top 10 list of amazing man-made structures is incredible! Subscribe to World5List: http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Check out our "Superpowers You Can Get RIGHT NOW!" video at: https://youtu.be/a6QmVdBTf0g Check out our "6 Places More Mysterious Than The Bermuda Triangle...?" video at: https://youtu.be/v9VarHk6_cY Check out our "8 Bizarre Things People Found in Their Pool" video at: https://youtu.be/gH7ywvBgXkE 9. Dubai International Airport Terminal 3 (18.4 million sq ft) Located in Dubai Saudi Arabia, the Dubai International airport is a massive construct, and as a matter of fact, when it was finished in 2008, Terminal 3 was the largest building in the world. For the record, Terminal 3 at the airport is now the 2nd largest building in the world. 8. Taipei 101, Taiwan (1,667 ft) Taipei 101 was at one time the tallest building in the world. In fact, it held that moniker for six years before being dethroned. Formerly known as the Taipei World Financial Center, this 101 story building is 1,667 feet in height. But just as impressive was the shape and style of the Taipei 101. Unlike many tall buildings and skyscrapers, this building went for a more unique shape, which folds in and out, making it look more like an art piece to some, rather than a building. 7. Tianjin and Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre, China (1,739 ft) There are actually two different CTF Finance Centers in China, one is in Tianjin, one is in Guangzhou, and both of them are 1,739 feet tall. Now, given that these are both the same height, you might think they were perfect twins, but that is not exactly the case here. 6. One World Trade Center, New York City (1,776 ft) The fall of the World Trade Centers left many wondering what would happen to the land that they were once housed on. Then came the construction of the One World Trade Center, which proudly stands in memorial to the buildings and those who lost their lives in the attack, and those who died trying to save the ones still inside. 5. Lotte World Tower, South Korea (1,819 ft) South Korea is known for many buildings and the Lotte World Tower is tallest of those buildings. Measuring in at 1819 feet into the air, the Lotte World Tower is the unquestionable fifth largest building in the world, and it took a long period of planning to make sure it would not only stand, but stay standing for all of time. 4. New Century Global Complex (18.9 million sq ft) The largest building in the world in terms of the floor space it utilizing is the New Century Global Complex, and can be found in Chengdu, China. It might be hard to picture how much 19 million square feet is in terms of size, so allow me to paint a comparison for you. In the United States, there is a building called the Pentagon, which is known for being a flat building with a large surface area. 3. Makkah Royal Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia (1,972 ft) As the third tallest building in the world, the Makkah Royal Clock Tower in Saudi Arabia is a very interesting construct, and one that the government had big plans for when it was being constructed. 2. Shanghai Tower, China (2,073 ft) The tallest building in all of China, and the second-biggest in the world, can be found in Shanghai, and is appropriately called the Shanghai Tower. Standing at a massive 2,073 feet, this tower has 121 floors in it, and was ironically made by an American firm called Gensler. All told, this massive tower took over 8 years to construct from start to finish, it was finally completed in 2014. 1. Burj Khalifa, United Arab Emirates (2,717 ft) Found in Dubai, Saudi Arabia, and finished in 2018, this building was originally set to be called the Burj Dubai, but was later changed. Despite the location, this building was designed by Owings, Skidmore and Merrill, which some of you might recognize as a building firm out of Chicago, IL in the US.
Views: 9327 World 5 List
Taipei reveals a complicated, chaotic mix of architectural features and styles
 
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Since coming to office, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je has been a proponent of bringing a new “urban aesthetic” to Taiwan’s capital. His biggest effort along those lines was the demolition of Zhongxiao Bridge over the Lunar New Year holiday. Tearing down the bridge made city’s old North Gate more visible, but the new space created has made the large billboards and signage on buildings in the area even more obvious. Is it too late to save anything of Taipei’s old charm? The red brick-colored Cheng-En Gate, also known as the North Gate, was first built in 1884 during the Qing dynasty. To the left of the North Gate is the Taipei Post Office, a prominent example of Japanese colonial-era architecture, and to the right is a contemporary office building. The one location offers architecture from three distinct periods in Taipei’s history.Lin Hui-chengTNUA Professor of ArchitectureOne of the more common forms found in Chinese-style architecture from the Qing Dynasty is a building which is very square and balanced in its design. During the period of Japanese rule in Taiwan, the most common type of buildings were those done in a native Japanese style, and the second-most popular type were those built in a special style which combined Japanese elements with contemporary architectural influences from Europe and the US. That’s why a lot of buildings from this period seem to take their main inspiration from Western forms and trends.When the KMT arrived in Taiwan after the end of World War II, there was little long-term planning done to coordinate the development of Taiwanese cities. Even today, Taipei’s skyline is growing more chaotic as high rises and skyscrapers continue to be built.The lack of any thoroughgoing plan for development in the nation’s urban areas sometimes means that the buildings on one given street, or even the apartments in one building, are designed according to different architectural styles. Agua Chou, a local designer who lived in France for four years, sees big differences in the French and Taiwanese approaches. Agua ChouDesignerParis invests so much more in itself than Taiwanese cities do in themselves. Urban investment in Paris expresses a uniform approach, while investment in Taiwan is made by individuals for themselves, so there’s not as much of a collective consciousness. You can get an idea of the extent to which Paris has invested in its urban aesthetics just by looking at a cleaning truck on one of the city’s streets.Agua ChouDesignerDuring my first trip to Paris, I couldn’t help but notice that the uniforms and tools of the city’s cleaning crews together made up a gradient pattern of shades of green. I think that you can discern a country’s approach to governance in such details.In the case of Taipei, aside from the various historical factors that contributed to a hodgepodge of urban forms, municipal authorities may bear part of the blame for the city’s “ugly” face.Monica KuoChinese Culture University ProfessorOur public servants are all very talented, and I believe that they also probably have very high IQs, but when it comes to the aspect of beauty I think they are seriously lacking. It’s a problem that isn’t taken seriously by anyone in government, including those at the very top, and that’s a big problem for all of us. The seeming ignorance of government officials when it comes to the notion of beauty has unfortunately extended to the construction of urban infrastructure. After such a long period of aesthetic neglect, the residents of the nation’s cities may be starting to lose their appreciation of that elusive quality.Monica KuoChinese Culture University ProfessorWhen the financial situation of the average person improves, they’re likely to want to take care of themselves first and foremost, and not to spend their money on things that others might be able to appreciate from the outside. I think that this marks the disappearance of a certain set of public values. Now, we don’t think it’s embarrassing if the exterior of our apartment or building is run-down or damaged, but in foreign countries, if you don’t take proper care of my yard or windowsill it’s considered a big embarrassment. Without much in the way of planning and supervision, Taipei turned into the city it is today, its streets and alleys peppered indiscriminately with barred windows, power lines, shop signs and electrical transformers. Some attempts have been made to address these four major eyesores, with varying results.Residents of Taipei are all familiar with the landscape paintings on the outside of the city’s many transformer boxes. The paintings were once seen as a way of “greening” the city’s streets, but in the eyes of Agua Chou, they represent a big source of dissonance.Agua ChouDesignerThese landscape paintings appear totally out of place on the street, and they create a chaotic setting in which lots of people become used...
Chinese Street Food - ENTIRE BOWL ONE-NOODLE and Halal Beef Salad! | Yunnan, China Day 2
 
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Day 2 of this 4-part video Chinese food tour of Yunnan. Watch it all here: https://goo.gl/QhiJUb ►SUBSCRIBE for 2 new videos per week: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe ►T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/ Day 2 in Yunnan, China was one of the greatest days of Chinese food I’ve ever had. We started by visiting Weishan, Yunnan, China, an ancient village known for delicious noodles. Then we continued on to an ancient and well preserved Muslim village, and finally had an ethnic dinner back in Dali new town. Special thanks to Zouba Tours (http://www.zoubatours.com/) for arranging everything in this video. I paid for this tour (it’s not sponsored), but I think they did a great job, and I thoroughly enjoyed the food and the tour. The first bowl of noodles was spectacular, a seperate bowl of noodles and a dipping soup of chili oil and pork. It was the perfect way to start a cold day in Yunnan, China. Price - 11 RMB ($1.67) per bowl Next we tried a Chinese street food snack that’s popular in Yunnan. A rice sheet is first grilled, then on went some pickles, peanuts, and a bunch of spices, and finally a Chinese donut was filled on the inside. Price - 1 RMB ($0.15) Entire bowl one noodle - Yes, the entire bowl of noodle was actually just one single noodle. It was one of the most fascinating to watch bowls ever. There’s a pan of coiled dough, which she expertly adds and stretches out as she boils it. You noodle gets cooked then topped with some vegetables and pork. It’s amazing to watch being made, and tastes delicious too. Price - 8 RMB ($1.21) Donglianhua (东莲花) Village - This is a well preserved ancient Muslim village, and Luxi brought us to a friend who is an outstanding cook with a gorgeous Chinese courtyard. She cooked one of the most amazing Halal beef salads I’ve ever had, plus Chinese Muslim noodles. Watching her cook everything from scratch and then eating in the courtyard environment was truly spectacular. Xi Lian Shan (喜莲膳) Total price - 120 RMB ($18.18) Jingpo Yan Han Ren Jia (景颇岩罕人家) - Finally for dinner we drove back to Dali new town and ate dinner at a Jingpo restaurant, which is food from the border near Myanmar. The food was ate was not Chinese food like you would normally think, but more similar to Thai / Burmese or with Southeast Asian spices and flavors. It was an amazing meal to finish a fantastic Chinese street food tour day. Total price - 200 RMB ($30.30) This is Day 2 of our Chinese Food in Yunnan tour. Watch the full series here: https://goo.gl/QhiJUb MUSIC: Baby Without You - https://goo.gl/HwVjdo ***CAMERA GEAR*** I used to make this video (these are affiliate links): Main camera: http://amzn.to/2sV0XQO Main lens: http://amzn.to/2szLZNf 2nd lens: http://amzn.to/2wXXT8h Microphone: http://amzn.to/2rBKD3z Gorillapod: http://amzn.to/2rBFkkI Drone: http://amzn.to/2zbUDDv I would love to connect with you! Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology T-shirts available now: https://migrationology.com/store/
Views: 3490194 Mark Wiens
Rio Carnival Style 2017 "Dream Parade" in Taipei, Taiwan
 
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https://www.patreon.com/FarEastAdventureTravel Please support my continuing efforts to bring you exciting travel inspiration from Asia! Become patron of Far East Adventure Travel! Visit my Patreon page to find out more! Dream Parade is a unique event in East Asia held every October in Taipei, Taiwan. A celebration of life, freedom of expression, and creativity the parade mixes world culture with Hakka, aboriginal, and Chinese traditions plus a little essence of Burning Man. I have covered many festivals and traditional celebrations in Taiwan but this was my first time covering the Dream Parade. I've always so for a few years now that if you really want to see some amazing rituals, festivals, and traditions no one puts on a celebration quite like the Taiwanese do and Dream Parade is no exception. A mix of Mardi Gras, and Brazil's Carnival in spirit the parade itself features aboriginal groups in drumming and dance sessions, stilt walkers, fire-eaters, giant floats and mascots, and of course samba dancers! Hope you enjoy these highlights from Dream Parade 2017 from Taipei, Taiwan.
Views: 4280 John Saboe
JUDGE DEMO(THE ONE vol.4)
 
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2019.3.30 THE ONE vol.4 @NTT クレドホール ・Omata the maniac(Shangri-La/臼井企画) ・YUSEI (KING OF SWAG/零) ・PEET (Be Bop Crew)
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Modern Style Home in Taipei, Taiwan
 
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In Taiwan, newer homes are usually apartments to save on dwindling valuable space. Rarely do you multiple floors belonging to one home (tenant). More luxurious modern ones usually have a lobby and a security personnel. Video shows the outside street, the building architectural style, and the lobby. For older architectural style of homes in Taipei, Taiwan, see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TysrqfQTsBs
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All You Can Eat SEAFOOD Buffet & LUXURY Dim Sum in Taipei Taiwan: Taiwan Food Tour
 
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This was a GREAT dinner and breakfast combo! All you can eat seafood buffet at the kitchen table and mind-blowing Dim Sum meal at Yen. Strictly Dumpling T-Shirts HERE: http://bit.ly/2IVM2ts The Buffet: $66 USD http://www.wtaipei.com/fishmarketoeb The Dim Sum: Yen Chinese Restaurant Taipei 31/F, No. 10, Section 5, Zhongxiao East Road, Xinyi District,Taipei ➨Get tickets to the best show on earth!!! http://bit.ly/2gu7REI ►Subscribe for MORE videos about food! http://bit.ly/1hsxh41 ▲ Subscribe to our COOKING Channel! http://bit.ly/2vz2UPT ★↓FOLLOW ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!↓★ Facebook Show Page: https://www.facebook.com/strictlydumpling Facebook Mike Fan Page: https://www.facebook.com/mikeychenx Strictly Dumpling Instagram: http://instagr.am/haveadumpling Personal Instagram: http://instagr.am/Mikexingchen Twitter: http://twitter.com/Mikexingchen Snapchat: Mikeychenx ◈ Equipment I use for filming◈ : Sony RX100 Mark V: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgc5/ PANASONIC LUMIX G85: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcd/ Wide Angle Lens: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgck/ Camera Mic: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcn/ Camera Lights: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcq/ Handheld Audio Recorder: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcr/ Tripod: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcu/ Drone: https://go.magik.ly/ml/cgcx/ My Favorite Cookware! wok/pan http://amzn.to/2f5G0up Also this pan http://amzn.to/2f5Qnyi Pressure pan http://amzn.to/2wJIS7u Nonstick pot http://amzn.to/2wHRgq1 ✉Send stuff to our PO Box! Mike Chen PO Box 610 Middletown, NY 10940 ------------------------------ ♩ ♫ - Hate It or Love / Clouds / Boost by Joakim Karud http://soundcloud.com/joakimkarud - Summertime Loveby Lakey Inspired https://soundcloud.com/lakeyinspired - Feeling Free by ALVARO ANGELORO: http://www.hooksounds.com - Trippy Love by Vexento https://soundcloud.com/vexento - This is my passion by Ehrling: https://soundcloud.com/ehrling - 5th Avenue by Bruno Bassi www.gosoundtrack.com - Junklicious_Space Gelato by Argofox https://soundcloud.com/argofox
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Taiwanese Local Breakfast - What Does Local Eat for Breakfast
 
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This is a store that serve Taiwanese local breakfast, it has few branches and the one we went is at Shilin. We ordered Dan Bing with bacon, which is like egg burrito, Shao Bing with cheese, Chinese style Burrito with pork slices and green onions, and fried radish cake. Jia Shang Shall Bing Address: No. 24, Lane 505, Section 5, Zhongshan North Road, Shilin District, Taipei City, 111 Business hour : 6:30 - 13:30 daily Like Me:https://button.like.co/wumoztw Hey! If you use the new Brave browser for 30 days, they’ll fund my channel with a bonus! Here’s the link: https://brave.com/mei282 Business inquiries: E-mail : [email protected] Other resources: All music sourced from https://o.caishin.tw/2Pp0cHa (AMAZING for youtubers) If you like my videos and would like to support me via donation, here are the links: (credit card) : https://paypal.me/caishin (BTC) : 1HgphJX87t1q1nSXosupQdXPWFSqKjdbE9 Line Pay : caishin #Food #delicious #yummy #Tasty #cook #Recipe #Freedom! #FreedomFamily #Asus #ZenFone5Q #ZenFone5 #ZenFone5Z #Taiwan
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Beitou Hot Springs Tour and HUGE Countryside Taiwanese Chinese Food Feast! (Day 7)
 
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►Read more about visiting Beitou Hot Springs: https://migrationology.com/day-trip-beitou-hot-springs-taipei/ ►Check out my Taipei Travel Guide for Food Lovers: https://goo.gl/PbAuzQ ►Subscribe to my videos: http://bit.ly/MarkWiensSubscribe Day 7 in Taiwan, was one of our best days so far. Ying and I woke up at our new hotel, and we decided to go on a quick day trip to Beitou hot springs, a famous area in Taipei, where there’s a natural hot water spring, and home to quite a lot of history, attractions and relaxing hotels. It was very easy to get from central Taipei to Beitou by using public transportation on the train, and it took about 30 minutes to get from central Taipei to Xin Beitou station. From Xin Beitou station, we walked over to the hot springs area. 2:15 Beitou Public Library The first place we arrived on our day trip to Beitou hot springs was the Beitou Public Library. The library is fully in use, but the reason it’s popular to visit and it’s kind of an attraction is because of its unique architecture and its eco friendly design. We didn’t spend more than a few minutes there, but just looked at it from the outside and then took a quick peek inside. 2:45 Beitou Hot Springs Museum One of the main attractions at Beitou is the hot springs museum, originally the original Japanese bathhouse in Beitou. It’s not a huge museum, and the price is free, so it’s a good place to just check out for a few minutes before moving on. 3:29 Beitou Plum Garden I thought it was just going to be a garden with plums, but it was actually the former home of a famous Chinese calligrapher. The house was another quick stop on our day trip, but worth the quick visit. 3:52 Beitou Hot Springs - Public Bath The time finally came to visit the main attraction at Beitou, the hot springs. They have many higher end spas and hotels with private baths, but I went for the public Taiwanese style hot spring bath. They didn’t allow any photography inside, but it was pretty nice and I enjoyed soaking in the natural hot water for a few minutes before moving on with our day. 4:54 Thermal Valley One of the most famous things to see in Beitou is the Thermal Valley, a big pool of water that’s boiling hot and is the source of the hot springs for Beitou. The water is really hot and there’s not swimming so it’s more of just a viewpoint and a place to take photos. While there, we met up with Joe, Raymond, and his Father, by random chance. They were visiting from California and were spending the day at the Beitou hot springs and were en-route to have lunch and go to another hot spring and invited us to go along with them. 6:32 Epic Taiwanese Country Style Farm Lunch Along with Joe, Raymond, and his Father, we drove through the mountains and after about 45 minutes we arrived at a small local style hot spring where we were going to have lunch. They did all the ordering and we were soon faced with what was one of the best Taiwanese food meals I had the entire trip to Taiwan. All the food was home style cooked, and tasted very country style, and everything was delicious. I especially enjoyed the deer on the hot plate and the roast quail. On Day 7 in Taiwan, we planned to just take a day trip to Beitou hot springs, but completely unplanned, it turned into one of the best days of our trip and one of the best meals as well. Big thank you to Joe, Raymond, and his Father for inviting us! Music in this video is from Audio Network This video was produced by Mark Wiens and Ying Wiens, for more information about us, check out our blogs: http://migrationology.com/blog & http://www.eatingthaifood.com/ & http://www.travelbyying.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/migrationology Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/migrationology Instagram: https://instagram.com/migrationology SNAPCHAT: migrationology Make a donation: http://migrationology.com/donate/ Resources I use: http://migrationology.com/travel-resources/ Premium Travel Guides: http://migrationology.com/travel-guides/ Taipei Food and Travel Guide: https://migrationology.com/travel-guides/taipei-taiwan/
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BIGGEST And CRAZIEST Buildings In The World!
 
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Check out the BIGGEST And CRAZIEST Buildings In The World! From the most amazing skyscrapers to the largest and tallest buildings, this top 10 list will absolutely amaze you! Subscribe to World5List: http://goo.gl/cpJSA6 Check out our "Superpowers You Can Get RIGHT NOW!" video at: https://youtu.be/a6QmVdBTf0g Check out our "6 Places More Mysterious Than The Bermuda Triangle...?" video at: https://youtu.be/v9VarHk6_cY Check out our "8 Bizarre Things People Found in Their Pool" video at: https://youtu.be/gH7ywvBgXkE 11. Boeing Everett Factory , USA The term "biggest" can be interpreted many ways, such as having the biggest volume in the building you have created. That is the claim of the Boeing Everett Factory in Washington, USA. They have a whopping 472 million cubic feet in volume. 10. Shanghai World Financial Center, China Completed in 2008, this 101 floor building in China rests at 1614 feet in the air. Found in Shanghai, it's ironically not the only skyscraper in the area, but it is one of the biggest. The 101 floors are for an international finance center, as well as a trade building. Given the impressive economy that China has, this building is very important to them. 9. Taipei 101, Taiwan Taipei 101 was the tallest building in the world for six years before being dethroned. This 101 story building had a lot going for it, including its 1,667 foot height. But just as impressive was the shape and style of the Taipei 101. Unlike many tall buildings and skyscrapers, this building went for a more unique shape, which folds in and out, not unlike a bunch of stacked flowers. 8. Royal Palace of Madrid, Spain When you think about royalty, you no doubt picture the palaces in which they reside. You might think that either the White House or Buckingham Palace would have the record for the biggest palace for a political leader. But in fact, that would belong to Spain via their Royal Palace of Madrid. 7. One World Trade Center, New York City On September 11th, 2001, an attack on the World Trade Centers in New York City left the world in shock. For these iconic twin towers, a pillar of many things in America, fell. But even though the world mourned what happened, there was hope and light as well. Through that came the construction of the One World Trade Center, which proudly stands in memorial to the buildings and those who lost their lives in the attack, and those who died trying to save the ones still inside. 6. Lotte World Tower, South Korea The Lotte World Tower is proof of how different North and South Korea are in terms of how they make their buildings. For at 1819 feet into the air, the Lotte World Tower is the unquestionable fifth largest building in the world, and it took a long period of planning to make sure it would not only stand, but stay standing. 5. Makkah Royal Clock Tower, Saudi Arabia Many may find it odd that the third tallest building in the world today is a clock tower. Yet, that is exactly what the Makkah Royal Clock Tower in Saudi Arabia is, and the country is very proud of their tower. 4. Angkor Wat, Cambodia There are many religious sites in the world, but none of them come close to the size and girth that is Angkor Wat. This massive structure, which is actually comprised of multiple buildings, was made during the 12 century in honor of Hindu god Vishnu in the capital of the Khmer Empire. It was so massive, that it took 37 years to complete the structure and is 17.5 million square feet in size 3. Shanghai Tower, China The tallest building in all of China, and the second-biggest in the world, can be found in Shanghai, and is appropriately called the Shanghai Tower. Standing at a massive 2,073 feet, this tower has 121 floors in it, and was ironically made by an American firm called Gensler. Given its size, it shouldn't be a surprise that it took over 8 years to construct it from start to finish, it was completed in 2014. 2. Tokyo Skytree, Japan Made in 2011, the Tokyo Skytree isn't technically a building. Rather, it's a self-supporting tower. However, it has an observation deck that you can go to the very top of via elevators. With a height of 2,080 feet, it's actually the tallest building in Japan. When it was unveiled to the residents, over 10,000 people showed up to see its true unveiling. 1. Burj Khalifa, United Arab Emirates Found in Dubai, and finished in 2018, this building was originally set to be called the Burj Dubai, but was later changed. Despite the location, this building was designed by Owings, Skidmore and Merrill, which some of you might recognize as a building firm out of Chicago, IL in the US.
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Carter vs KunKun | Locking 1on1 Best8 | On the one vol.2
 
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· ON THE ONE Vol. 2 · On the One is back! We’re here to bring the funk to Hong Kong with famous judges from France and a special twist to our dearest friends dancing other styles. Prove yourself and accept the challenge of what it means to be On the One! On the one 話咁快又黎到第二屆啦! 今年我地不但邀請到黎自法國既兩位評判同大家分享一下Funk既魅力,亦為其他style既朋友準備左一個特別既挑戰! 大家一齊黎On the one 感受下,同時挑戰下自己啦! █ 日期 Date - 7/10/2018(星期六) █ 項目 Categories - Locking 1 on 1 battle - All Style 2 on 2 Roulette █ 評判 Judges Locking 1 on 1 battle - WILLOW (France) - CANDYMAN (France) All Style 2 on 2 battle - CANDYMAN (France) - ZERO (Macau) - BOBBY (HK) █ Locking 1 on1 Battle Guests - YOKO (Indonesia) - KUNKUN (Shenzhen) █ DJ - TSoul █ MC - 超人 - 喬斯 █ Sponsors & Partners(排名不分先後) - ALPAKA - Madness Collection - Zoo - The Yard - TBA! █ 攝影 Photography - AKA APE KAY █ 錄影 Videography - SOLO TOP https://www.facebook.com/events/507778459664388/
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TAIPEI MY WAY (RAW STYLE)
 
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My favorite country in Asia, Taiwan Location: Taipei city (Maokong Gondola / Black Ball / Yao Yue Tea House / Zhongxiao Fuxing Station / Taipei 101 / Starbucks 101 / Sweet Tea 101 / National Dr. Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall / Xinyi District / Ice Monster / Ximen Night Market / Songshou Square Park) Camera Gear: SONY α6500 Lenses Gear: Sony 35mm F/1.8 Zeiss & Sony 18-105mm f/4 G OSS Don't forget to subscribe and remember if you are not happy you are living it wrong ;) YouTube main channel: https://www.youtube.com/pieceofamr Instagram: amr_tarabulsi Music: Reaching The Summit - Andy Leech & Justin Jet Zorbas
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TAIWAN STREET FOOD NOODLES - 3 BEST Taiwanese Noodle Soups in Taipei
 
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Taiwanese NOODLE SOUPS you'll LOVE in Taipei, Taiwan. A Taiwan street food guide for noodle lovers! Don't miss out on even MORE YUMMY FOOD, get your 3-Day Taipei Itinerary here: https://goo.gl/78ZG7A Become a cutea: https://goo.gl/zU9DdZ Taiwanese noodles are to die for! In this Taiwan food video guide, we try THREE delicious street noodle soups at a local night market in Taipei. This night market is called Tonghua and it's one of my favorite ones to go to in Taiwan! More local and have all the traditional Taiwanese foods we love. Address: Linjiang Street Night Market (also called Tonghua Night Market or 通化夜市) Alley 1, Lane 40, Linjiang Street, Da’an District, Taipei City, Taiwan 106 The three Taiwanese noodles we ate are: 1. Danzai noodles (also referred to as Tainan style noodles) 2. Oyster vermicelli or Orh Ah Mee Sua 台湾蚵仔面线 3. Pork rib noodle soup or in Chinese 排骨酥麵 Thank you Kev for filming! Check out his Asia vids: https://bitly.com/checkoutkev More Taiwan Food Vlogs: TAIWANESE BEEF NOODLE SOUP BATTLE: https://youtu.be/yLQoGfiW9KA GUDETAMA CAFE TOUR: https://youtu.be/gtd9bZQUL4g?t=3s EATING AT JIUFEN STREET: https://youtu.be/Jnp8_sDwa2E?t=1s Sometimes I make mistakes referring to foods. If so, kindly mention it. I'm not an expert but I do love sharing food with you! Like this video? Please help give it a thumbs up, comment, and share with a friend! Your extra love helps keep this channel going. Thank you dearly. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - See my vlogging gear list: http://bit.ly/cupoftjgear Like this video? Help keep them coming! Perks & postcards await you: https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj Sign up to my free 7-day Youtube course: https://app.convertkit.com/landing_pages/307578?v=6 Get a month of copyright free music download for your Youtube videos here: https://goo.gl/B2swtk Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cupoftj/ More vids on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theCupofTJ/ Music by: David Cutter Music - http://www.davidcuttermusic.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About CupofTJ: CupofTJ is the quirky travel and food channel for professionals seeking travel inspiration and a fun and fulfilling life. Expect quirky travel vlogs and guides, tasty food tours, and creative vlogging how-tos! New videos 2x times a week - subscribe today! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Taiwan Food Guide | Taiwanese Street Noodles Video | What to Eat in Taipei | Taiwan Noodle Soups | Best Taiwan Foods to Try
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One Song Orchestra: Taiwanese Classics
 
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Classical music is often seen as a technical and obscure art form in Taiwan. But one composer, Lee Che-Yi wants to challenge these stereotypes. He dares to rearrange Taiwanese folk songs and popular music in classical form, breaking down the boundaries between folk and classical. But Lee doesn''t just want to bring classical music to ordinary Taiwanese. He wants to take this music to the world stage. Our Sunday special report.The audience is very familiar with the melodies of these Taiwanese folk songs and popular Chinese hits. Even when deftly woven into the Western classical form, the tunes still resonate.Having grown up in a musical family, Lee Che-Yi is now a major advocate of the combination of Taiwanese and classical styles. He studied music in college, focusing mainly on the harp. In February this year, he founded the ‘One Song Orchestra’, a string ensemble that exclusively plays Taiwanese pieces, to bring classical music closer to the general public.Lee Che-YiOne Song Orchestra FounderTunes we all know are performed in a classical style. We’re trying to find a balance, a way to make people think,“The Taiwanese melodies I know have been turned into classical music, and I can still distinguish them.”But you can’t destroy the original feeling people have about the tunes.Voice of Lee Che-YiOne Song Orchestra FounderOne Song Orchestra uses the classical form to reinterpret Taiwanese music. I think we’re looking for ways to let it shine more brightly.Lee Che-Yi’s classical reinventions of Taiwanese songs don’t just aim to upend people’s assumptions about classical music being inaccessible. He has even greater ambitions. The staff we use in classical music can be understood all around the world by anyone who has learned to play classical. So a classical musician anywhere in the world who picks up these sheets can immediately play a Taiwanese song. In this way, Taiwanese music can find a place on the world stage.The average age of the orchestra’s violin section is only 30 years old. All of them have orthodox classical music backgrounds, but they’re not afraid to be labeled as heretics in joining Lee Che-yi’s mission to reinvent popular Taiwanese songs.Liang Chien-wenFirst Violin, One Song OrchestraA lot of us have actually spent quite a few years studying abroad. We all know the feeling a traveler gets when they see their homeland again. When we play classical music, we’re performing someone else’s culture. But now, when we use the skills and the artistry we gained through our classical studies to play our own music, I think we’re able to express greater feeling.It’s about heritage! He uses his talent and skill to rewrite these tunes and reinterpret them through classical means. It means the last 100 years of beautiful Taiwanese culture can continue to be passed down. We all really want to take part in that.In the initial rehearsals since the orchestra was established, Lee has not pocketed any wages, and he spends his spare timeworking on the project and on sales of the orchestra’s CD.Founding the orchestra has already personally cost Lee more than NT$1 million. Operating costs and concert expenses rack up quickly, and the original investment was quickly spent. Some of his elders in the musical world have warned him to be careful. They don’t want him to lose his family’s inheritance while fulfilling his dream of Taiwan’s heritage.Lee Che-YiOne Song Orchestra FounderMy position is this. Nobody has ever done something like this before. So the value of others’ experience is all hypothetical. If I’ve never done this myself before, then nobody has the right to tell me whether I’ll succeed or fail.In 2012 Lee won Best Composer at the Golden Melody Awards. To date, his oeuvre includes 1,500 compositions and 4,500 arrangements. Enriching the potential of Taiwanese folk music through his classical skill, and revealing its inherent value on the world stage, is the only thing that concerns him.When the parents of One Song Orchestra’s players attend their concerts, you can see they are touched by Lee’s works. The sacrifices they made to support their children’s studies now enable them to draw closer to classical music than they ever did before.
LIFE IN TAIWAN: Eating AUTHENTIC Taiwanese Street Food + Day Market Shopping
 
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Try authentic Taiwanese street food and grocery shop with me at a local day market in Taipei, Taiwan! Visiting Taipei soon? Don't forget your 3-Day Taipei Itinerary here: https://goo.gl/78ZG7A Become a cutea: https://goo.gl/zU9DdZ Market address: 106, Taipei City, Da’an District, 臨江街40巷1弄 Market time: I believe it starts early around 9am but ends around 1pm. Rainy days you will definitely see less stalls! Taiwanese market street food we tried: 1. Scallion Pancake 葱油饼 2. Oil Rice 油飯 3. Rice Cake/Pudding 碗粿 4. Wax Apple 蓮霧 I didn't try this fruit in the video but please make sure you buy one when you're visiting Taiwan :D. It is SO crispy and yummy. 5. Herbal Tea 青草茶 This one will definitely be hard to like because it's quite medicinal; however, we Taiwanese people are very big on herbs and tea as a cure for body inflammation. I know how intimidating it is to browse through a local market not knowing Chinese but Taiwanese people are so friendly. As you can see all the veggies are weighted so you will know what price you're paying. You can definitely go in and try all the local Taiwanese snacks! If you're visiting Taiwan and you're in Da'an district, this could be a great morning stroll or quick lunch spot :) At night this market turns into the Tonghua Night Market which has even MORE Taiwanese street foods to eat! Thank you Kev for filming! Get him to 1K: https://bitly.com/checkoutkev More Taiwan Food Vlogs: Taiwanese FRIED CHICKEN: https://youtu.be/IjaP6_x9rfo Taiwan SEAFOOD Street Food Tour: https://youtu.be/gbAv3mXeP9k 3 TAIWANESE NOODLES YOU MUST TRY: https://youtu.be/77aDyIYKKBk TAIWANESE BEEF NOODLE SOUP BATTLE: https://youtu.be/yLQoGfiW9KA Like this video? Please help give it a thumbs up, comment, and share with a friend! Your extra love helps keep this channel going. Thank you dearly. Sometimes I make mistakes referring to foods. If so, kindly mention it. I'm not an expert but I do love sharing food with you! - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Support the production of these videos! Perks & postcards await you: https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj Get my FULL vlogging gear list: http://www.cupoftj.com/about/vlogging... Sign up to my free 7-day Youtube course: https://app.convertkit.com/landing_pa... Get a month of copyright free music download for your Youtube videos here: https://goo.gl/B2swtk Follow on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cupoftj/ More vids on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theCupofTJ/ Music by: David Cutter Music - http://www.davidcuttermusic.com - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - About CupofTJ: CupofTJ is the cutest travel and food channel for professionals seeking travel inspiration and a fun and fulfilling life. Expect quirky travel vlogs and guides, tasty food tours, and creative vlogging how-tos! New videos each week - subscribe today!
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Why It's Almost Impossible to Ride a Bike 60 Kilometers in One Hour | WIRED
 
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The hour record for cycling is very simple. It's just one rider going as far as possible for one hour. WIRED's Robbie Gonzalez explores the physical power needed to push for 60 minutes and the equipment and track choices that can make or break the record. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 Also, check out the free WIRED channel on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV. Here you can find your favorite WIRED shows and new episodes of our latest hit series Masterminds. ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Why It's Almost Impossible to Ride a Bike 60 Kilometers in One Hour | WIRED
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Mr.B vs Yoko | Locking 1on1 Best16 | On the one vol.2
 
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· ON THE ONE Vol. 2 · On the One is back! We’re here to bring the funk to Hong Kong with famous judges from France and a special twist to our dearest friends dancing other styles. Prove yourself and accept the challenge of what it means to be On the One! On the one 話咁快又黎到第二屆啦! 今年我地不但邀請到黎自法國既兩位評判同大家分享一下Funk既魅力,亦為其他style既朋友準備左一個特別既挑戰! 大家一齊黎On the one 感受下,同時挑戰下自己啦! █ 日期 Date - 7/10/2018(星期六) █ 項目 Categories - Locking 1 on 1 battle - All Style 2 on 2 Roulette █ 評判 Judges Locking 1 on 1 battle - WILLOW (France) - CANDYMAN (France) All Style 2 on 2 battle - CANDYMAN (France) - ZERO (Macau) - BOBBY (HK) █ Locking 1 on1 Battle Guests - YOKO (Indonesia) - KUNKUN (Shenzhen) █ DJ - TSoul █ MC - 超人 - 喬斯 █ Sponsors & Partners(排名不分先後) - ALPAKA - Madness Collection - Zoo - The Yard - TBA! █ 攝影 Photography - AKA APE KAY █ 錄影 Videography - SOLO TOP https://www.facebook.com/events/507778459664388/
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EVA Airways Business Class 777 New York JFK to Taipei BR29
 
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Filmed on a Nikon D5500 and a Sigma 17-50mm F2.8 lens at 1080p60. EVA Airways is the newest 5 star airline and it is well-deserved. Although their seat is not as beautiful as their competitor China Airlines, EVA's business class incorporates many elements typically found in first class. Each course is plated individually like first class, and the champagne Krug is typically considered a first class champagne. I think EVA is the only airline I know of that offers pajamas in business class, and they are very high quality. EVA is for sure the only airline to offer Rimowa kits in business class. EVA also offers a seat cover for making the bed unlike Cathay Pacific or China Airlines. The lounge was the only disappointment. After talking with the ground crew, I found out that EVA was late to the game and their Star Alliance partner Lufthansa did not have any more room in their lounge. EVA had to contract with Alitalia and Korean Air, and alternate using each lounge. This time we were only allowed in to the Alitalia lounge which was old, dimly lit, with no hot food besides cup noodles. EVA is apparently well aware of this but the only thing they could do since they don’t operate the lounge is to add more flavors of cup noodles… However, the service onboard was true 5 star fashion. It was organized, detailed, and professional. We were immediately welcomed by the FA and purser, who took down our pre and post departure drink orders. We were given pajamas and the famous Rimowa amenity kit, which is an awesome memento. The food onboard was superior to some of Cathay’s first class meals I had. For business class catering, EVA offers the opportunity to book exclusive meals online similar to Singapore’s Book the Cook. I decided to order the wok-fried lobster and noodles as my main course to see how it would compare to the ones I had on Singapore. I was not disappointed. It was juicy, fresh, and perfectly seasoned, and I really wished they gave me the full lobster instead of only one half. I also ordered the beef burger to see how it would compare to Cathay. Again, I would say it is pretty clear EVA business class catering beats Cathay business catering. The burger was delicious and came with a large amount of curly fries. The pesto ravioli with bacon was the best and most memorable western style "breakfast" I have had on a plane thus far. Throughout the video, I think it is clear that EVA also does a beautiful job of plating the meals. Entertainment was the only area that was lacking onboard. It had a fair amount of new movies but not anything interesting in terms of documentaries or TV shows (no family guy or simpsons…). I used the wifi and managed to get some work done. The seat on EVA is like Cathay’s, but modified significantly. The thing I noticed the most about EVA’s seat is that the main console is slightly behind your head so it is easier to look/film out the window on EVA. EVA business class can best be summed up as business class seat with first class service. It becomes clear why they removed first class. Not only can they can fit more seats per plane than ever before, but first class simply isn’t necessary given how good their business class is.
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Taiwanese Street Food in Taipei, Taiwan at Shilin Night Market (士林夜市)
 
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When it comes to street food around the world few places can compete with what is on offer in Taipei, Taiwan at the various night markets around the city. With this in mind, we headed to the most famous night market in Taipei called the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) where we sampled numerous Taiwanese street food snacks. Come join us as we show you some of the different kinds of street food you can find at a typical night market in Taiwan locally known as Xiaochi (小吃). Taiwanese Street Food List: Stuffed Pork Roll Taiwanese style (黑胡椒豬肉卷) Stinky tofu (臭豆腐 - chhàu-tāu-hū - chòu dòufu) Candied fruit (糖葫蘆 - tánghúlu) on a stick Taiwanese Fried chicken (鹹酥雞) Taiwanese Bubble tea (珍珠奶茶) Taiwanese Egg Crepe /Dan Bing (蛋餅) GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: http://amzn.to/1OchS7t Canon G7X: http://amzn.to/1YdjsYX Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: http://amzn.to/1Y79zeM Rode Video Mic GO: http://amzn.to/1WDKtVM Joby Gorilla Pod: http://amzn.to/1PgoY5F SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: http://amzn.to/25KEErs SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: http://thatbackpacker.com/ instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thatbackpacker/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thatbackpacker twitter: https://twitter.com/ThatBackpacker SAMUEL: blog: http://nomadicsamuel.com/ facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nomadicsamuel twitter: https://twitter.com/NomadicSamuel instragram: https://www.instagram.com/nomadicsamuel/ Taiwanese Street Food in Taipei, Taiwan at Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) taste test challenge video transcript: Alright, so it has been a few hours since we last ate and tonight we're going out for Taiwanese street food (台灣街頭食品). So we're heading to the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) and we're going to take the MRT to get there. Let's go eat. Sam may be feeling a little bit hangry right now. So to get to the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) you want to take the red line to Jiantan Station (劍潭站) and then take exit 1. So we have just arrived at the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) and it is still quite early. It is 4:30 PM. Most of the stalls start opening closer to five o'clock and things will only continue to get busier as the night goes on. So we are having some kind of Barbecue roll with green onion (黑胡椒豬肉卷) in it. So there is one drink I've been wanting to try ever since we got to Taipei (臺北市). I love bubble tea (珍珠奶茶) and apparently it originated here so voila. Look at that. Look at that. I got one with brown sugar so you can see me mixing it. You can see the brown sugar. So good. On the sides and then you can see the like the pearl tapioca jellies at the bottom. So for our next Taiwanese street snack we are having Taiwan fried chicken (鹹酥雞) and this was quite the process. Like first he took the chicken breaded it, deep-fried it and then he took a pan and added the sauce. We got sweet chili and then pan-fried the chicken even further in the glaze. So Sam is leading the way with this one. What are we having next? Alright moment of truth. We've been playing it kind of tame. Playing it kind of safe so far. We're going right in to the classic Taiwanese street food (台湾街头食品) here. We are having Stinky Tofu (臭豆腐). Oh my. So if you've never tried this before I was reading on wikipedia earlier this afternoon that it smells something like stinky feet or garbage. Rotting garbage. And you should try it if you're in Taipei (臺北市). Why not right? Yep. Okay. So after stinky tofu (臭豆腐) comes the reward. Although that being said I don't deserve a reward because I didn't try the tofu. But we decided to get something sweet instead. This is for you Sam. I'm going to sample it for you to make sure it is okay. So we got a crepe (蛋餅) with oreo ice cream, Nutella, banana, whipped cream, chocolate powder. Yeah, it was the whole process of making it was pretty fancy. So we've already had dessert but we thought 'hey' there is always room for one more. Dessert just keeps rolling. And this is definitely the most colorful thing we've seen out here at the Shilin Night Market (士林夜市) so far. So apparently if you can see here. These are pieces of strawberry that have been put on a skewer and these are candied (糖葫蘆) or called a toffee kind of fruit. Yeah. Hahaha. Whoopsies. Oh my gosh. So what do you think? I'm making a mess on someone's storefront. Do you like it? Yeah, it is good. But we better run off now. So that is a wrap from Shilin Night Market (士林夜市). We really enjoyed eating all of the different Taiwanese street food (臺灣菜) and we're going to be eating up at a lot more night markets here in Taipei (臺北市) so stay tuned for that. This is part of our Travel in Taiwan video series showcasing Taiwanese food, Taiwanese culture and Taiwanese cuisine. Music in this video courtesy of Audio Network
The Ramen Rater Visits Citystar 24HR HK Style Restaurant - Taipei, Taiwan
 
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Dim sum is one of my absolute favorite things in the universe. This was a Hong-Kong style dim sum place. Was told this is one of the oldest in Taipei. www.theramenrater.com
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🌸 Chillhop Essentials Spring 2018 • beats & lofi hiphop
 
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🌸 Vinyl / Stream / Free Download : 🎧 https://chillhop.lnk.to/spring2018ID Chillhop is back in 2018 with a fresh look and sound for the Essentials series. We're excited to keep developing and exploring the sound spectrum this year and for this first Essentials release celebrating the start of Spring we gathered 22 artists that have been killing it lately to compose an exclusive track that fits the Spring mood. These 22 tracks can be listened to via your favorite digital music platform and can also be purchased as a limited edition double 12" vinyl. This year's artwork for the Essentials compilations is done by Brazilian illustrator Mauro Martins and perfectly compliments the music on the record. The vinyl comes as a gatefold so you can enjoy the artwork in its full glory. Notes: * We ship worldwide. * This is a limited edition vinyl. * Hand-numbered Tracklist: 00:00 Cap Kendricks - The One 03:28 J'san - good morning sunshine 05:57 Juan RIOS - Azahar 08:22 HM Surf - Swix 10:17 Ruck P - Spring In La Coruña 13:55 Stan Forebee & Kyle McEvoy - Kensington 17:13 Birocratic - Handsome People 20:07 OTESLA - Carbon 22:35 Monma - ManaTree 24:57 Leavv - Tomorrow 27:48 Cloudchord - H'okay (feat. Soul Food Horns) 30:00 FloFilz - Blue Orchard 32:15 mommy & snowglobe - taipei rosebuds 34:33 illiterate - Moonshine 37:25 Aso & Middle School - Tomorrow Never Knows 40:44 City Girl - Eowyn 43:45 Joe Corfield - Wildflower 46:13 Psalm Trees - Wherever You Are 48:20 plusma - troubadix 50:32 Toonorth - Drop Top 52:38 Robot Orchestra - Thinking of You 55:50 deeB - Morningview 🙌Follow the Artists: Cap Kendricks » https://soundcloud.com/cap-kendricks J'san » https://soundcloud.com/iamjsan Juan RIOS » https://soundcloud.com/juan-rios-beats HM Surf » https://soundcloud.com/hmsurf Ruck P » https://soundcloud.com/ruckp Stan Forebee » https://soundcloud.com/stan-forebee Kyle McEvoy » https://soundcloud.com/kylemcevoymusic Birocratic » https://soundcloud.com/birocratic OTESLA » https://soundcloud.com/tesla77 Monma » https://soundcloud.com/monmabeats leavv » https://soundcloud.com/leavv Cloudchord » https://soundcloud.com/cloudchord FloFilz » https://soundcloud.com/flofills mommy » https://soundcloud.com/beatsbymommy/ snowglobe » https://soundcloud.com/snowglobesounds illiterate » https://soundcloud.com/illiteratebeats Aso » https://soundcloud.com/aricogle Middle School » https://soundcloud.com/yungmiddleschool City Girl » https://soundcloud.com/citygrl Joe Corfield » https://soundcloud.com/joe-corfield-1 psalm/trees » http://soundcloud.com/psalm-trees plusma » https://soundcloud.com/plusma Toonorth » https://soundcloud.com/countbazzy-2 Robot Orchestra » https://soundcloud.com/robotorchestra deeB » https://soundcloud.com/deeb 📷 Visuals Artwork by Mauro Martins » https://www.mauromartins.com Animation by Cancollective » http://cancollective.com http://igorduspara.com ☕ Follow Chillhop Spotify / Bandcamp » http://chillhop.com/listen Discord » http://discord.gg/chillhop Website » http://chillhop.com YouTube » http://youtube.com/chillhopdotcom Facebook » https://www.facebook.com/Chillhop Reddit » http://reddit.com/r/chillhop ❔ Useful Links Submit Music » http://chillhop.com/submit Using our Music in Videos » http://chillhoprecords.com/license
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Extremely Taiwanese | Best 'LU ROU FAN' in Taipei at Beitou's market
 
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Another extreme Taiwanese food post as I went on a food tour and hang out with Neal, a Taiwanese foodie for a day! This time we went to Beitou, a town outside of Taipei that’s famous for its hot springs and street food. The one chose for our breakfast was a locally famous Lu Rou Fan (Braised pork rice) place. When I say ‘Local’, it’s really local! I loved pork feet the most! Also this popular tea place afterward.. Check it out and I hope you have a chance to go check the places out when you’re there in Taiwan! It’s soooo good!! My Video Camera - https://amzn.to/2Q6so2J Microphone - https://amzn.to/2NQLsAD Get paid to search - https://goo.gl/6HkGGk Browse 8x faster without ads and trackers! - https://goo.gl/oi3AhG Lots of lots of love, Mo ❤ ㋡ Subscribe for more food / travel / Asian Lifestyle videos! ㋡ Visit https://www.waybeyondpadthai.com for beautiful photos & blog posts #taiwan #taiwanese #food #taipei #vlog
Views: 512 Way Beyond Padthai
The One '13 F.Style: Dirty G & Rhyspect v Jino & Bboy Minai
 
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The One 2013 was probably the first event ever to have so many battles going on at the same. Organised by Crossover Studios, battles and workshops were done on their main studio level and 3 battle areas were allocated on the floor upstairs. With QTB, Maya and Krazy Bonez as guest judges along with some local Sydney guys, there were 12 battles held in total, with a few showcases, beatboxing and graffiti workshops, much jamming and an after party the next day. DJs for the day were Nachopop, Naiki, SoulPurpose, Sage-1 and Seb-one. This was the Freestyle Top 16. Click here to read more about The One 2013!: http://grooveculture.wordpress.com/2013/08/25/review-videos-the-one-2013/
Views: 115 chiihiru
Pork Fried Rice / Taiwanese Street Food / Liuhe Night Market, Kaohsiung Taiwan
 
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Pork Fried Rice 50 TWD (USD 1.7) Taiwanese Street Food / Liuhe Night Market, Kaohsiung Taiwan
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Solo Shag - Night and Day Collegiate Shag is the one for me
 
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Next Monday marks One Year of posts for https://www.instagram.com/live.collegiate.shag/ so I thought I’d bring back my solo free style shag (first video ever was different locations all over Hawaii) my friend Evarist mentioned a twist (day to night *Night and Day*) so say hello to #MyLife being run by Collegiate Shag for nearly a year. (Solo Shag) Thank you my sickly #husband Ronnie for filming. I feel so bad you had to travel out with me 4 times for this. Thanks to Jonathan Stout and his Campus Five, feat. Hilary Alexander for letting me use their song “Dark Eyes”
Taiwanese Fried Chicken 大雞排 (Dà jī pái)
 
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Taiwanese Fried Chicken 大雞排 (Dà jī pái) My favorite street food in Taipei is, hands down, Hot Star Chicken. They have numerous locations throughout Taiwan, as well as Hong Kong and Singapore. The one I visited most frequently was at Shilin Night Market. There is always a line at their stall, but that’s part of the experience. You get in line, one of the vendors hands you a plastic bag and you patiently watch as the fine men and women expertly deep fry and season each piece of chicken. Once ready, each fried chicken is wrapped in a blue and white paper bag and dropped into your, somewhat heat resistant, plastic bag as you hand over $55NT (~$2USD). You walk away happy and ready to indulge. Hot Star’s fried chicken is straight out of the deep fryer, juicy with a crispy and slightly chewy crust and full of five-spice flavor. Yes, you might burn the roof of your mouth when you first bite into the gigantic fried chicken, but the flavor is so addicting that you don’t care. Here is a recreation of that taste and texture. While the flavor is pretty spot on, I need better control of the heat or invest in a deep fryer. :) Ingredients: 2 chicken breasts, butterflied 1 egg yolk ¼ cup of cornstarch frying oil Marinade Ingredients: ½ cup of soy sauce 2 tbsp of Shaoxing wine 1 ½ tbsp of sugar 1 ½ tbsp of minced garlic 1 tsp of white pepper ½ tbsp of five-spice powder Coating Ingredients: 1 cup of sweet potato starch 1 tbsp of garlic powder ½ tbsp of five-spice powder Directions: 1. Combine marinade ingredients; mix well. Marinate the butterflied chicken breasts for at least 12 hours. 2. After 12 hours, add cornstarch and egg yolk to the marinated chicken. Mix well. This will help the coating stick to the chicken. 3. In a separate container, combine the coating ingredients. Thoroughly and liberally, coat each chicken breast. Let the chicken rest of 5 minutes so the sweet potato starch has time to stick. Then coat each chicken breast one more time. 4. Heat the frying oil over medium heat. Fry the chicken until golden brown, remove and drain excess oil. Work with one chicken breast at all time. 5. Increase the heat to high and quickly fry the chicken again for that added crispiness. 6. Drain excess oil. Cut up to serve or enjoy whole! Notes: For a bit of kick, sprinkle white pepper and chili powder over the fried chicken while it’s still hot. Background Music: "Margin Call" by Hella Maker
Views: 9101 Make Food. Eat Food.
L' ARMURE Taipei In Style 2018 RUNWAY Show (HD)
 
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L' ARMURE S1, S2 and Performance Series Runway at Taipei in Style 2018. Explore the Collections on: https://www.larmure.com.tw/ L'ARMURE is a modern functional urban-wear brand aiming to fuse garment textile innovation and style to provide an affordable and elegant solution for everyday challenges and activities. Our design infuses European sensibility with Asian innovative creativity. Our garments are sartorial artifacts worn to protect and express one’s personality. Crafted by combining durable weather protection with Creative lightweight structured textiles and cut adapted for the Asia-Pacific Summer and Soft-Warmth allowing layering adaptability for Winter. COPYRIGHT: L' ARMURE. 2018, Taipei In Style 2018.
Views: 808 鎧L'ARMURE
Japanese-style pub:TEPPAN IZAKAYA TESSHO @taipei
 
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Teppan Izakaya Tessho (http://www.hiroshima.com.tw/en) is Taiwan's one and only Japanese pub serving authentic Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki. Not just a Teppan izakaya (Japanese-style pub), Tessho is the hottest place to kick back some drinks and Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki and some delicious food. We here at Tessho pride ourselves on our Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki. You’ll see why, as soon as you look over our counter at our master chefs preparing the hand-made okonomiyaki, and as the wonderful scent of okonomiyaki sauce hits you. The clang of the spatula, the smiles on diners’ faces, our cheerful staff… one foot in the door will be all you need to see that we are a traditional Japanese establishment where the customer’s satisfaction is paramount. Before you know it, you’ll find yourself talking and laughing with fellow diners! Bringing two smiling faces closer together, that is the miracle that defines Tessho. Celebrating a special event? Tired after a long day? First date? Our goal is to create a restaurant you’ll want to visit, whatever the occasion! Whether you want to relieve some stress, drink away your blues, or laugh until you’re red in the face, we hope you’ll come to Tessho,where our warmhearted staff will help you let go of your worries. - MON-FRI 18:00 - 00:00 SAT-SUN 12:00 - 15:00 | 18:00 - 00:00 13, Ln 265, Dunhua S Rd Sec 2, Taipei City 臺北市敦化南路二段265巷13號 (02) 2738-9171 - TEPPAN IZAKAYA TESSHO : http://www.hiroshima.com.tw/en : https://www.facebook.com/hiroshimayaki TEPPAN BAL TESSHO : http://bal.hiroshima.com.tw/ : https://www.facebook.com/TeppanBal.27780031?fref=ts
B-boy Trailer  **THE ONE B-boy Issei**
 
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B-boy ISSEI(Japan/Found Nation,Kyushyu Danji) Edited by B-boy Koji-rocK
Views: 6314 Koji rocK
DOUGIE THE ONE - TworkOut [2018]
 
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Hagginwood2HollyWood Presents: DOUGIE THE ONE - TworkOut [2018] Follow Me @dougietheone
Views: 354 DOUGIE THE ONE
Gerin vs Wamui | Locking 1on1 Best16 | On the one vol.2
 
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· ON THE ONE Vol. 2 · On the One is back! We’re here to bring the funk to Hong Kong with famous judges from France and a special twist to our dearest friends dancing other styles. Prove yourself and accept the challenge of what it means to be On the One! On the one 話咁快又黎到第二屆啦! 今年我地不但邀請到黎自法國既兩位評判同大家分享一下Funk既魅力,亦為其他style既朋友準備左一個特別既挑戰! 大家一齊黎On the one 感受下,同時挑戰下自己啦! █ 日期 Date - 7/10/2018(星期六) █ 項目 Categories - Locking 1 on 1 battle - All Style 2 on 2 Roulette █ 評判 Judges Locking 1 on 1 battle - WILLOW (France) - CANDYMAN (France) All Style 2 on 2 battle - CANDYMAN (France) - ZERO (Macau) - BOBBY (HK) █ Locking 1 on1 Battle Guests - YOKO (Indonesia) - KUNKUN (Shenzhen) █ DJ - TSoul █ MC - 超人 - 喬斯 █ Sponsors & Partners(排名不分先後) - ALPAKA - Madness Collection - Zoo - The Yard - TBA! █ 攝影 Photography - AKA APE KAY █ 錄影 Videography - SOLO TOP https://www.facebook.com/events/507778459664388/
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Taiwan’s clock and watch industry struggles to find its niche in the 21st century
 
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One industry that used to be a big deal for Taiwan is watch and clock manufacturing. But with the industry having largely moved to China, where labor is much cheaper than in Taiwan, what are all the clockmakers, clock distributors and repairmen doing to find their niche in the 21st century market? Our Sunday special report.A clock and watch shop in Changhua. Most of the customers don’t come for the clocks: they come for the noodles.Chiang Chun-yuClock and watch merchantSelling the noodles improves the visibility and the sale of the watches. Now lots of people talk about “That watch shop, the one that sells noodles!” Now the shop has a really unique character – even if it’s a bit strange and wacky!Selling noodles in the watch shop was a daring move made by owner Chiang Chun-yu five years ago in an attempt to revive his dwindling business. Now customers sit next to the display cases, gazing at watches, while chewing on their noodles.Chiang Chun-yuClock and watch merchantBefore I started selling noodles, it did happen that there was basically not a single customer all day long. Not a single watch sold. We’d be happy if a couple of people came in to get repairs.The Chiang family’s watch business began with Chiang Chun-yu’s grandfather, and in the 1980s, when Taiwan’s economy was booming, people would want to buy a watch as soon as they had disposable income. The business thrived.Jason TangTaiwan Watch and Clock Industrial Assoc.In those days a watch was seen as an important accessory, connoting a certain status. When you shook hands, you’d chat about your make of watch. So it wasn’t just a functional necessity. It was a status symbol.Back in the heyday of the watch industry, cheap Taiwanese labor attracted many global luxury watch brands to build their factories here. Almost all the components could be produced in Taiwan, apart from the most crucial element of all – the time-keeping watch movement.Jason TangTaiwan Watch and Clock Industrial Assoc.They made the cases in Tainan and the faces in Taichung. From the beginning, because Japanese companies set up factories in Taiwan, the watches being made tended to be quite refined. Later, even Swiss brands would come here to buy components.But with the arrival of cheap Chinese labor on the global market, Taiwan’s clock and watch production lines moved overseas one by one. That and the arrival of the smartphone era and a revolution in people’s time-keeping habits sent Taiwan’s clock and watch industry into decline.This is one of Wanhua’s old clock streets. It used to be the industry’s biggest distribution center in northern Taiwan; now almost all the shops have shut for good. Only their signs still give off a faint glow.Lai Hsuan-chouClock DistributorAt the start, 20 or more years ago, there’d already be at least five or six customers waiting outside at around 8am, before I even opened the shop! Now there are none.Distributors are not getting any orders, and further down the line, repairmen face the same crisis.Once, Cheng Heng-chang would get distributors crowding outside his workshop with watches for him to repair. Now he has to go out and hunt for customers himself.As Cheng inspects the broken watch, its owner Chang Hsing-liang looks on anxiously, afraid that it can’t be repaired.Chang Hsing-liangCustomerThis is a watch that was left to me when my dad passed away. So I always wear it at family gatherings. I want it to feel like my dad is present.This watch has been given a timeless sentimental value thanks to the family memories it embodies. And that means it still has a place in Cheng’s repair shop. His son markets the family business online, hoping to showcase his father’s professional skills in a more effective way. Watch factories are also rebranding themselves, hoping the refined skills of a bygone era will find favor with young people once more.Twenty-eight year-old Chen Wei-ming has inherited this clock factory from his father’s generation. He positions traditional watches as a fashion item, with their various elements like the strap and the face, which can be customized and mixed up at will.Hsieh Ta-yuClock DesignerToday young people pay a lot of attention to their clothes and accessories, their external image. We hope that watches can become a symbol of individual style and taste – something that is really interesting and fun.Taiwan’s traditional clockmakers, distributors and repairmen are all doing their best to survive in what has now become quite a niche market. The world may be changing faster than ever right now, but every now and then, people still need to check what time it is, after all.
We Tried To Re-Create The Ultimate Taiwanese Comfort Food
 
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Michael challenges Zoe & Derrell to re-create the Lu Ruo Fan from Kato in Los Angeles. Whose dish will win?! For more amazing shows & recipes download the Tastemade App: http://link.tastemade.com/HE7m/1cY7XuVWaA ___ Subscribe to Tastemade: http://taste.md/1QsXIWq FIND us on Snapchat Discover: http://taste.md/1P9UuDM LIKE us on Facebook: http://taste.md/1Zf0Bve FOLLOW us on Instagram: http://taste.md/1OaAv4P More daily programming http://www.tastemade.com Watch us behind the scenes at Snapchat: @tastemade
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Taipei Nightlife in Taiwan: TOP 10 Bars & Clubs
 
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This is my ultimate Taipei nightlife guide in Taiwan featuring the Top 10 best bars & nightclubs which I carefully selected including places such as OMNI, VIBE, Elektro, 1001 Nights, Babe18 & FRANK. Subscribe to my channel ► https://bit.ly/2aeuh9b for weekly videos! Book your Taipei Nightlife Pub Crawl adventure for just $22 USD http://bit.ly/2VC0FII (best way to start off the night) Download my FREE Taipei Nightlife map: http://www.reformatt.com/taipei-nightlife-guide $46 OFF discount with Airbnb Taipei https://www.airbnb.ca/c/mvuuren?currency=USD Why: Most underrated party scene in East Asia Last Call: Big nightclubs close at 4:30am Accommodation: Near the ATT4Fun building across Taipei 101 Tips: ID control is very strict in some cases you will be required to show your passport Taipei is a hidden nightlife gem in East Asia, I had no idea prior to visiting Taipei of its excellent bars and massive nightclubs. I recommend you start your evening with a few drinks, a game of jenga at ONTAP, a laid back pub where you can meet many expats and English speaking Taiwanese locals. Another great bar is FRANK Taipei on top of the ATT4Fun party building with mesmerizing views of Taipei 101. ATT4Fun is the main location for most nightclubs and bars right across the Taipei 101 tower, so make sure to book yourself an AirBnB nearby if you do not like to move around a lot. 80% discount on portable Wifi station rental in Taiwan http://bit.ly/2Iz8s7d Taipei Unlimited Travel Pass, just $39 USD http://bit.ly/2V5jGHe One of the coolest events are all-you-can-drink parties at many nightclubs like Babe18, here you pay a fixed fee at the door, often around $25 USD and you'll be able to refill your cup until 4am closing time. Also, the music at many nightclubs is fantastic, lots of EDM and house DJ's. Another great lounge is 1001 Nights where you can enjoy odd flavoured shishas and laid back atmosphere. I ordered the bizarre Banana-Gum flavour which was highly enjoyable. Make sure to check their events listings on their Facebook page. OMNI is the largest nightclub in Taipei with a massive dancefloor, solid EDM and an incredible light system, OMNI is open until 4:30am and a great place to meet the locals. OMNI has a young crowd, bottle service, although the entrance can be expensive, this place is worth every penny. Another great nightclub for halloween is Elektro, one of the most popular nightclubs at ATT4Fun. As you can tell from my photos, I visited Taipei during the halloween weekend. This is a compilation of my 2 trips to Taiwan, end of September and end of October. VIBE and PONG are special nightclubs where you can play digital beer pong with friends, a date or the locals. It is a great way to socialize and interact, just download the App on your phone and have a fun beer pong match off in the middle of the nightclub. KOR Taipei is located right next to OMNI, Kor is a great club if you are NOT into EDM. At KOR you can enjoy hiphop, R&B and rap music. Sadly, there isn't a dance floor but definitely a great place to socialize. End your night in Taipei at Haidilao, a highend Chinese hot pot restaurant open until 4am, my Taiwanese friends took me here to experience delicious Chinese dishes, my favorite being the water lotus stems, I recommend going easy on the spicy level, it could be a painful aftermath. Alternatively, karaoke it up at Partyworld located right next to OMNI nightclub to continue your nightlife adventure and show off your singing skills in a large private karaoke room. Watch my episodes from Taiwan! Episode 1: My Free Flight to Taiwan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZYLHg_ytDlA Episode 2: Beautiful Mountain Village Jiufen https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sD72M6q4eF0 Episode 3: Drinking Snake Venom https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0O_ytJ_tloA Episode 4: Bizarre Toilet Restaurant https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=62gtBbS5bXw Episode 5: Eating Entire Duck https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSxQtPDa6Yo Episode 6: Taipei 101 (Icon of Taiwan) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJJjbqRjZtM Episode 7: Taiwan Street Food at Taipei Night Markets https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=07a-wXGQCaA Episode 8: Ultimate Taipei Travel Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzgjNvxyutM Episode 9: Taipei Nightlife (Best Bars & Nightclubs) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvA0pevF6bo Episode 10: Tainan Travel Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=05Z7Dqu1DNc Episode 11: Kaohsiung Travel Guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K61_NtR9QEM Support my channel and become a subscriber! Click Here To Subscribe! ► http://reformatt.com/subscribe Facebook ► http://facebook.com/reformatt Twitter ► https://twitter.com/reformatt Instagram ► https://instagram.com/reformatt Thanks for all your support, rating the video and leaving a comment is always appreciated!
Views: 42953 Reformatt Show
CLASSIC TERIYAKI CHICKEN IN SEATTLE w/ @JChim  - Fung Bros Food
 
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Teriyaki Chicken is the one of the most Seattle dishes ever. There are literally hundreds of spots in the city limits alone that serve this dish! ▸ FUNG BROS SHIRTS & MERCH: http://fungbrosshop.com ▸ INSTAGRAM | http://www.instagram.com/FungBros ▸ FACEBOOK | http://www.facebook.com/thefungbros ▸ TWITTER | http://www.twitter.com/FungBros ▸ DAVID | http://www.twitter.com/DavidBFung ▸ ANDREW | http://www.twitter.com/AndrewJFung ▸ DAVID | http://www.instagram.com/DavidBFung ▸ ANDREW | http://www.instagram.com/AndrewJFung BIG BOY JOHNNY ▸ https://www.instagram.com/jchim/ SLIDE THRU FOOD TRUCK! ▸ https://www.instagram.com/SLIDETHRUFOODTRUCK/ TAN TANG ▸ https://www.instagram.com/t_tan9 Shot by: Will Chang Edited by: Andres Kishimoto
Views: 278968 FUNG BROS.
How to Prepare Taiwanese Style Hot Pot
 
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Chinese New Year is coming up and Hot Pot is one of the dishes we usually eat during our family gatherings. In this beginners video to Taiwanese Style Hot Pot I'll introduce you to the ingredients, how to prepare the soup broth and even the equipment you'll need to make this at home. If you love eating Hot Pot, share this video with a friend and plan a Hot Pot get together! Equipment: I'm using a Zojirushi Electric Skillet http://amzn.to/1Cg1DOV My product review of this electric hot pot skillet can be found on my blog at http://www.angelwongskitchen.com ------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to my YouTube Channel for more Asian & Taiwanese recipes. Follow my cooking adventures on: Instagram http://www.instagram.com/angelcooksfood Facebook http://www.facebook.com/angelcooksfood Twitter http://www.twitter.com/angelcooksfood
Views: 108986 Angel Wong's Kitchen
Spicy Sichuan Hot Pot (it's the finale!) // Chengdu: City of Gastronomy 54
 
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Sichuan hot pot is probably the most famous food to come out of Sichuan, China. Some may know it as Chonging hot pot, which was once a city in Sichuan (but is now a municipality). It's where hot pot was invented, but Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan, may have taken the hotpot title away from them. You can't toss a numbing peppercorn without hitting a hot pot restaurant in Chengdu. The mala hot pot is a lava-like broth and oil combination that's infused with the patent Sichuan flavors: mala or numbing spicy. You order up ingredients to cook at your table, as you sweat and slurp back beer. It's a very social meal, so I thought it would be best to get a group of friends together for some banter, a bit of hot pot trivia, and some tasty food. We ordered all kinds of items including beef, pork, and some offal cuts, which are a must when eating Sichuan style hot pot. Gizzards, stomach, and brain made it's way into the pot - and then into our bellies. We also had some lotus root, mushrooms, meatballs, asparagus lettuce, shrimp dumplings, and plenty more. Hotpot is a must-eat if you are in Sichuan. Check the notes below to find the perfect place for you. Be prepared to sweat, be prepared to turn red, be prepared to blow your head off, and the following day... be prepared to suffer. An amazing experience like hotpot doesn't come without some suffering. A big thanks to my homies who put up with my filming while they were sweating and trying to cope with the spiciness. And also a big thanks to you guys! This is the final episode of Chengdu: City of Gastronomy. I couldn't have done it without your support. Love ya'll. WHERE TO GET HOT POT IN CHENGDU You can probably find a place if you take a 3 minute walk. Look for the characters: 火锅 (pronounced Huǒguō) which literally means 'fire pot'. There are so many good hotpot places that I am reluctant to suggest one. If you want a centrally located, fairly high-end one that's always great... 大龙燚火锅 - Dà lóng yì huǒguō - Big Dragon Hotpot Address: 东大街下东大街段166号二层 - Dōng dàjiē xià dōng dàjiē duàn 166 hào èr céng 166 East Main St, 2nd floor Map: https://ditu.amap.com/place/B0FFHIF7PC Cost: approx 100 RMB per person For a slightly cheaper option that's not as flashy, but has a cool vibe... 有拈头成都市井火锅 - Yǒu niān tóu chéngdū shìjǐng huǒguō Address: 龙王庙正街17号 - Lóngwáng miào zhèng jiē 17 hào 17 Longwangmiao St Map: https://ditu.amap.com/place/B0FFI4W10I Cost: approx 70 RMB per person For a place that's easier to order because you pick out everything yourself from a fridge... 川西坝子火锅 - Chuānxī bàzi huǒguō Address: 成都琴台路206号 - Chéngdū qín tái lù 206 hào 206 Qingtai Rd Map: https://ditu.amap.com/place/B0FFGSFQ5C Cost: approx 90 RMB per person For the lone wolf that wants a pot to themselves and likes food on conveyor belts... 壹小馆·皇城老妈 - Yī xiǎo guǎn·huáng chéng lǎo mā Address: 红星路步行街3段1号ifs国际金融中心5层 - Hóngxīng lù bùxíngjiē 3 duàn 1 hào IFS guójì jīnróng zhōngxīn 5 céng 5th floor of the IFS building (the one with the big panda) Map: https://ditu.amap.com/place/B0FFJ7AFK0 Cost: approx 130 RMB per person In this series, I am eating my way through a deck of cards. I bought a deck of food themed playing cards that feature a different Sichuan dish on every card. Every week I'll shuffle the deck and pick one random card to hunt down and sample. Chengdu was the first Asian city to be named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy. It's full of incredible food - a lot of which you probably don't know about. Subscribe below to follow along. Better yet, after subscribing hit the bell icon to get notified whenever I post a new video. The weekly video will be posted every Thursday at 3PM EST until all 54 cards have been tried. 👤 ABOUT ME I live in China and am constantly exploring and traveling the country and other parts of Asia. Subscribe to my channel to watch more adventures... and to learn a bit about food, cultures, and more. 🎥 MORE CHENGDU CITY OF GASTRONOMY https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLKDIXWmwq80g81wV15r-xczVRRD5rrqhN ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 🖥 Subscribe: http://bit.ly/2e8BCZv 💻 Website: http://itchyfeetonthecheap.com/ 📧 Email: [email protected] 🖼 Instagram: http://instagram.com/itchyfeetonthecheap 🗨 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/itchyfeetonthecheap 🗯 Twitter: https://twitter.com/itchyfeetcheap ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 🎵 MUSIC © 2017 - SKYBLEW ›› www.facebook.com/SkyBlewMusic ›› soundcloud.com/skyblewmusic © 2017 - PABZZZ ›› soundcloud.com/pabzzz ›› www.facebook.com/PabzzzFR ADDITIONAL MUSIC Clueless Kit - https://soundcloud.com/cluelesskit & https://www.youtube.com/c/CluelessKit
DIN TAI FUNG - HOW TO EAT TAIWANESE SOUP DUMPLING? | Faith VC
 
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DIN TAI FUNG Branches in PH: SM Megamall Ground Floor, SM Megamall Fashion Hall, Mandaluyong City Landline: (02) 997 1935, (02) 997 1936, (02) 997 0931 Hours: 10AM - 10PM Bonifacio Global City L/G C1 Bonifacio High Street Central, BGC, Taguig City Landline: (02) 809 1865 Hours: 11AM - 11PM Rockwell R1 Level, Power Plant Mall, Rockwell Center, Makati City Landline: (02) 838 2344 Hours: 11AM - 9PM ======================================== Definitely the BEST dumpling I ever had in my entire life! No joke. Hindi rin OA. Find out why on this vlog! Overview: This restaurant that’s originated in Taiwan was awarded 1 MICHELIN STAR for its Hongkong branch in 2010. This is a very special honor, as no other Taiwanese restaurant has ever won a Michelin Star before. What is Michelin star and what does it have to do with a restaurant’s reputation? [Michelin stars are a rating system used by the red Michelin Guide to grade restaurants on their quality. According to the Guide, one star signifies "a very good restaurant", two stars are "excellent cooking that is worth a detour", and three stars mean "exceptional cuisine that is worth a special journey".] - wikipedia Also, in an article published on January 17, 1993, the New York Times rated Din Tai Fung as one of the top ten gourmet restaurants in the WORLD. Like what most people say, it’s better to see or experience something once than to hear about it a thousand times. And I’m glad that I got to experience their world-class dishes most especially the one that I surely won’t forget, their bestselling “Xiao Long Bao” dimsums. Like what I said, I know that I am not all over the place to taste various kind of dimsums but this one that I had here is absolutely the BEST that I ever had in my entire life. Special thanks to my officemate (Jason Gonzales) who recommended this to me. If not for you, I wouldn’t have found the “current” dimsum of my life and I wouldn’t be munching these Black Lava Buchi takeaways. Source: http://www.dintaifung.com.my/history New Day By Ikson https://youtu.be/G5Pv0qlj4vM Artist SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/ikson License https://iksonmusic.wordpress.com Music Promoted by Chill Royalty Free Music https://goo.gl/5NfMV4 #dintaifung #dumplings #michelinstar #soupdumplings
Views: 144 Faith VC
ONE PIECE RESTAURANT (TAIPEI) | jvlogs
 
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Carol and I went on a date at the One Piece Restaurant. Yummy in my tummy!
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UNDERRATED Taiwanese Street Food | Taipei’s BEST Night Market Tour + UNIQUE Street Food in Taiwan
 
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Tour Taipei's BEST local night market at Ningxia 寧夏夜市 in Taipei Taiwan. Eat UNIQUE street food in Taiwan. This Taipei night market tour video has Chinese subtitles, 有中文字幕! Watch, subscribe, and turn on notifications for more street food tours. Visiting Taipei soon? Don't forget your 3-Day Taipei Itinerary here: https://goo.gl/78ZG7A Ningxia Night Market is local's favorite night market. It's much smaller compared to Shilin or Raohe Night Market but it's packed with delicious Taiwanese street food! Today we explore lesser-known Taiwanese street foods that locals absolutely LOVE but travelers may be afraid to order. I hope you adventure out after watchig this video! What to eat at Taipei Ning Xia Market (寧夏夜市美食): 1. 劉芋仔蛋黃芋餅 Liu Yu Zi's Yolk taro cake (stand No.91) 2. 鴨頭正二代 (stand NO. 72) 3. 環記麻油雞 Sesame oil chicken soup (store) 4. 豬肝榮仔豬肝湯 Rong's pork liver soup (stand No.8&10) 5. 慈音古早味阿婆飯糰 for Taiwanese breakfast rice ball 6. BONUS: 大橋頭純糖麻糬 Mochi (stand No.24) didn't get to try the mochi but it looks so tasty! MORE TAIWAN FOOD VIDEOS Late Night Taipei Foods: https://youtu.be/3Cpcy9Z97-0 Taiwanese FRIED CHICKEN: https://youtu.be/IjaP6_x9rfo Taiwan SEAFOOD Street Food Tour: https://youtu.be/gbAv3mXeP9k 3 TAIWANESE NOODLES YOU MUST TRY: https://youtu.be/77aDyIYKKBk TAIWANESE BEEF NOODLE SOUP BATTLE: https://youtu.be/yLQoGfiW9KA Grab your "SEND NOODS" tee here: https://crewneck.shop/CupofTJ SUPPORT THE CHANNEL Like these videos? I'm continuously working to upgrade the quality and content on this channel. If you like what you see and would like to support the production, consider becoming a patron here: https://www.patreon.com/cupoftj I appreciate you! FREE VLOGGING TRAINING Enroll in my 3-part video series to becoming a travel vlogger: http://bitly.com/ViewingtoVlogging CAMERA GEAR Small Vlogging Camera: https://amzn.to/2KmABwJ Big Camera: https://amzn.to/2jdzTFK My Everyday Lens: https://amzn.to/2jfuNc3 Full gear list here: http://bit.ly/cupoftjgear MUSIC 1st song: Out of Control 2nd song: Motor City Epidemic Sound is where I find music for my videos! Get a whole month of free music download here: http://share.epidemicsound.com/tj INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/cupoftj FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/thecupoftj
Views: 88923 CupofTJ
Inside a Taiwanese VEGETARIAN Restaurant
 
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In this video, I take you inside a typical vegetarian restaurant in Taiwan and show you some of the dishes you can find and eat, as well as how to pay for your food and what to expect in general. If you enjoyed this video, please SUBSCRIBE and SHARE! Support me on PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/thisistaiwan INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/this_is_tai_wan/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/nathanintaiwan/ Filming equipment: Nikon D5600 iPhone Manfrotto tripod Zhiyun Smooth Q stabiliser BOYA Wireless microphone Editing equipment: iMovie MacBook Pro
Views: 23515 This is Taiwan
THIS IS THE ONE THING I HATE ABOUT THE PHILIPPINES... Drives me CRAZY (PH Vlog 057)
 
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Guys it happens to often in the Philippines and if you are not ready for it, this can steal away most of your day.... STAY TUNED New Channel Info: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChY95n5NZhAu2kQMRnjHBZg PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/MikethePiguide For donations to the BOOTYLOO Investment Fund: https://www.paypal.me/drmiketv NEW BOOK: The Prescription: (latest ebook) https://www.amazon.com/PRESCRIPTION-Foreigners-Interested-FILIPINA-WOMEN-ebook/dp/B07CL6ZNFC/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=00VFYB6GCGVMW565XFPW Paper Back Version https://www.amazon.com/dp/1980897344?ref_=pe_870760_150889320 Email: [email protected] Facebook: @mikethepiguide IG: @drmikefromtheph Books: Why all men should travel more https://www.amazon.com/Mike-PIs-Quick-Guide-Should-ebook/dp/B078W4RQLT/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1524397941&sr=1-1&keywords=quick+guide+why+all+men+should+travel+more Travel book for first timers to the Philippines https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B076TWHW8P/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=mikethepigu02-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B076TWHW8P&linkId=da6a53db64d3a065c6e006758fd26ff5 Empowering Black Men Paperback https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/197357540X/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=mikethepigu02-20&camp=1789&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=197357540X&linkId=9ff270f3a3a8a3691389fc91f91153b5
Views: 454 DR. MIKE TV
Street Style Fashion Try On Haul || Taipei Wufenpu Fashion Area || Shopping in Taiwan
 
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Gemini, Richie Rich, Tony GoGo, OG Skeeter Rabbit, Anthony Thomas Locking @ On The One LA
 
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Watch other battles @On The One LA here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL1FCB710214C458DA Event: On the One: Los Angeles Date: August 7, 2011 Location: True Vision Entertainment Studios, LA LockerLegends Int. and Locking4Life bring you "On the One: Los Angeles". Finally, there is an event that focuses strictly on the dances created in California: Locking and Popping!!! All styles are welcome and there is no one style better than the other! This is the chance to show how you get down and prove your skills against others!!! Enough of all the talk, time to DANCE!!!! 1 vs 1 Locking 1 vs 1 Popping 4 vs 4 Popping Crew Battle Jack and Jill Freestyle Contest LOCKING JUDGES: OG SKEETER RABBIT, TONY GOGO AND GEMINI LOCKERS CONFIRMED ATTENDANCE: SHYGUY, TSUYOSHI, SCRAMBLELOCK, BOOGIE WALKER, FUNKY J, PROFESSOR LOCK, FLO MASTER, TAKASHI, J-WHIZZ, LOCK STATIC, CHAMBALOCK, THIEN, JESSE, OSEA, LEO, MICHAEL, CHEFLOCK, LIL B, BABY BOOGALOO, LOCKLEE, KENZO, TREKLOCK, MAESTRO, SEIYA, KAORU AND MORE!!! POPPING JUDGES FOR 1V1: Jr. Boogaloo, Stokes (Pomona City OG's), Anthony Thomas POPPERS CONFIMRED ATTENDANCE: JON BOOGZ, TEMPO, POPULA, TRONIC, CRYPTIC, GREENTEK, VENOM, DEVIOUS, MONSTA-POP, CHUCO, NO BONE TYRONE, BOPPIN ANDRE, FLAT TOP, PLIK PLOK, OMEED AND MORE POPPING JUDGES FOR THE CREW BATTLE: Midnight, Jr Boogaloo, Stokes, Koolboy and hopefully Poptart 4v4 Popping Crew Battle requires at least 1 routine per battle. Can be done with any number of members 2,3 or 4 for the routine!! Each crew gets 4 minutes total time!!!! CREWS: CONTROL FREAKZ - MIAMI FUNNY BONES CREW - LA HOODBOTICS - LA WARRIORS CREW - MIXED SOULBOTICS HEAVY HITTAZ
Views: 11073 Funkd Uptv