Taiwan’s iconic tower, Taipei 101, marked the entrance of 2019 with the most extravagant fireworks display and light show in the country.
The rain didn't stop people from ringing in the new year. Midnight arrived, and the enthusiasm showed no signs of diminution.
According to the Taipei Financial Center Corp., this year's fireworks extravaganza included 16,000 fireworks shells, which ran for 360 seconds, 60 seconds longer than last year. Taipei 101 had invited international experts from across disciplines to implement this year's show.
This year's animated light show played an even larger role, was more synchronized with the pyrotechnics, and featured nine themes. In the first theme, "Night Market, Famous Food," images of Taiwan's famous bubble milk tea (0:26-0:35 mark), tea eggs (0:21 mark), chicken cutlets, and steamed buns (you tell me) were displayed.
The animated light show was made possible by a lighting system consisting of 140,000 LED lights called the T-Pad, which was project...
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Shu-Shin (the young lady on the left), my best friend, is planning to come to Cheyenne in May. Shu-Shin was employed as a tea master at Shin Kong Mitsukoshi in Taipei. During her stay in Cheyenne, she will perfect the procedure of making tea at Destination Taiwan. We look forward to enjoying her passion for sharing the art and tradition of tea.
I spent a whole afternoon working on the apple cream cheese rose tarts and mini apple pies for our dear friends. I want to express my sincere gratitude to each and everyone of you who supported us. Thank you! Merry Christmas!