A while back, Amy Estrada, a blogger from California now living in Taiwan, asked me to write a guest post for her fantastic blog Language Boat. She runs a series called Perspective Collective, in which the contributors talk about their language learning approaches, their motivation, and what advice they would give to other language learners.
But Amy’s blog is not just about language stuff. Oh no. Posts entitled What American Guys Do To Women That Taiwanese Guys Won’t, I Will Never Date Taiwanese Women Again!, and I Actually Did Want To Have Sex With Him! are compulsive reading, whether you have any interest in languages or not 😉
Language Boat’s latest post, Public Nose Picking In Taipei, ended with this whopper of a cliff-hanger:
A Taiwanese friend recently called me out on a behavior he finds offensive and gross, so in a future post, I will share what I, and many of my fellow Americans do, that Taiwanese people regard as disgusting.
How the hell am I meant to sleep until then?!? Damn you Amy!!!
Picture of a lamp, just to add a splash of colour: