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I love to explore and I'm hungry for adventure. I don't like routine, and I adapt easily to any environment I'm introduced to. I have an easygoing persona that is easy to get along with, but I also have a strong and cunning side. I'm not one to follow through with plans. But never lose my lust for life.
I'm 151 cm tall. I try my best to be a vegetarian. I enjoy traveling alone. Sometimes I'm very talkative, sometimes I find nothing to entertainain you and I might bore you to tears. Or you may think there is something wrong with me.
Life is so good!
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
Introduce this program to my friends. Visit the web often and try my best to answer member's questions.
I found this web is a super big and super interesting book to read. Some
members upload amazing photos. Lots of their profiles are really inspiring.
People come, people go. Some guests come back at 3 am, some leave after midnight. Some equipped with ipad, iphone, nice bikes, some only has a small backpack. A Polish host told me " Guests are angels!" . It's really true!
Every host treats me at his or her best. Some drive me here and there.
Some ferry me. Most of the time I feel I'm treated like a queen! Travelling really changes my life. I always learned something from my trip. The more I travel, the less "desire" I have.
boating, horseriding, cycling down the hills, nature, music, videotaping,
Music, Movies, and Books
Any kind of movie without BANG! BANG! or car crash.
Sometimes I need some kind of noise. Sometimes I love Jazz or blues. Sometimes I begin my day with Japanese songs. ( Taiwan was occupied by Japanese before). Hope you have a chance to enjoy Taiwanese folk songs like: Hakka or Bunun or Paiwan....
Books with beautiful pictures or smells like "perfume" is much easier for me. Reading English is still a big challenge! If you want me to write in English, I am a cripple with words, but I enjoy reading.
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
See my family name on a commercial board spelled in my mother tongue (Taiwanese) in Vietnam. Hear my family name called in Taiwanese in a singapore movie ("Mister Khoo"). It is spelled " Chiu" in Chinese, but "khoo" in Taiwanese!
Teach, Learn, Share
I can teach Chinese, Taiwanese.
Countries I’ve Visited
Albania, Armenia, Australia, Bolivia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Denmark, Ecuador, France, Georgia, Germany, Guatemala, Hungary, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Montenegro, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, Viet Nam
Countries I’ve Lived In