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I have been working very hard these last few weeks—a little too hard, at times. To break the monotony of laying code every day I elected to go for a proper ride yesterday. One ever-present feature of riding through Taiwan are roadside attractions like this bizarre European-style building with winged white horses outside.
In the midst of the industrial wasteland I noticed a Starbucks at a major intersection. Nothing says civilization like Starbucks, right? It is known for being home to a large migrant worker population—many of whom work at the factories that line the main highway running through the district. This much is obvious from the preponderance of Thai, Vietnamese, Indonesian, and Filipino shops to be seen everywhere. I had to stop and turn around after seeing these shipping container homes for sale.
No doubt they are designed with migrant workers in mind. Who else would want to live in such a place? It would be like living in an oven in this tropical heat.
Maybe I should go looking? The factories in Yongkang are not high-tech. Most places make textiles or—in this case—lovable steel cans. This is one of several pigeon auction houses I saw along the main highway. It seems cruel to me to lock up pigeons right next to the highway with massive trucks trundling by all day.
I am always amused by casual copyright infringement in Taiwan. This golf club stole its logo from my hometown baseball team, the Toronto Blue Jays. Thankfully they used the original version of the logo dating back to the late s—just about every other logo has been a bit of a design nightmare, but I digress.