What happens to clothes that people forget at the laundry? Well, in Wansho Laundry in Taiwan, it turns the place’s owners into fashion icons. Chang Wan-ji (83) and Hsu Sho-er (84) started posing in clothes that people forgot at their laundry, and they soon became an Instagram sensation.
Well, this is a bit of an embarrassment. Taiwan’s new e-passports have been released, and then quickly recalled after a picture of Dulles Airport, near Washington D.C., was printed as the backdrop to one of its pages. Mashable believes that it may be the result of a Google Images search screw-up, which shows a photograph of Dulles Airport on a search for Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport.
Popular Taiwanese model, Olivia Ku, has drowned during an underwater photo shoot near Hengchun Township in Taiwan’s Pingtung County.
Local authorities told Taipei Times that further investigation is required to determine the exact cause of the accident, but it has been suggested that Ku was asked to remove her breathing apparatus for a photograph, which triggered an asthma attack.
If your spouse has ever told you to put your camera down or that you’re spending too much time taking photos, you might want to start taking the warning a bit more seriously.
Apparently, as ‘Mr Cai’ of Taipei recently found out, an obsession for photography can be grounds for a divorce.
According to Apple Daily, ‘Ms Chien’ listed her husband’s hobby as a contributing factor in her divorce application. This sounds a bit strange, but once you hear what he did you won’t be so surprised. Unless you’ve done the same…
A 16-year-old Taiwanese exchange student who came to the U.S. to experience a new culture found herself up close and personal with a massive American icon.
The student was visiting the Yellowstone National Park with her host family when the incident occurred, and park officials said the lack of a safe distance was to blame.
“The girl turned her back to the bison to have her picture taken when the bison lifted its head, took a couple steps and gored her,” said a park service official.
Taiwanese photographer,Yun-Fei Tou, has been working on a portrait project which focuses on very heartbreaking subject matter. Memento Mori introduces viewers to shelter dogs in the last hours of the dogs life. All of the dogs, some healthy, some victims of severe neglect, are unknowingly waiting to be euthanized by one of the government run pounds in Taiwan. Though, that’s not to single out Taiwain, as this type of thing occurs all over the world.[Read More…]