who have lived in Taiwan for a while are really bothered by the repetitive questions of Taiwanese. In fact, they don’t ask some very specific questions for foreigners abroad. Taking the UK as an example, they don't ask Asians in the UK if they like to eat fish and chips? Instead, they regard foreigners as part of multiculturalism. Even if they are of different nationalities, it is like meeting new friends. the content of the conversation. >>Let the conversation have a different spark, we changed it to this: How is Taiwanese food different from your home country?
home country ? How are you adjusting to Taiwanese food? How are you adjusting to Taiwanese food ? The relationship between food and culture is inseparable, and language can serve as a bridge between two cultures. Food is the topic of our conversation. After the conversation, we will have a deeper understanding of each other's culture, and sms services we can also meet to eat together later. Let's introduce each other's favorite foods and restaurants by the way! FAQ 3 Why did you come to Taiwan? Why did you come to Taiwan ?
Everyone is always curious about the reasons why foreigners choose to come to their own country, but it is very likely that the other party has been bombarded with such questions. After all, this is probably the basic equipment problem for most people to talk to foreigners. >>To understand why foreigners come to Taiwan, you can say in another way: Do you live here or are you here on vacation/business? Do you live here? Or are you here for a holiday/business trip? How long have you been living in Taipei? How long have you been living in Taipei ?