Admittedly, I'm not a fan of Taiwanese literature. For me, the treat of this visit was the Japanese architecture involved, so typical of the Japanese style from Meiji to 1945-both in Japan & in its empire (and I'm not passing judgement in any way on the pros & cons of Japanese imperialism). Relatively speaking, a magnificent building (restored) with one interesting exhibit: a Japanese film presentation that fluctuated between propaganda & travelogue: "Japanese life in Taiwan is wonderful!" In front of the screen is a very old motorcycle. For the life of me, I could not identify its DOM, make or model.
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