Taiwanxifu now in Centered on Taipei Magazine

I have taken what is to me a giant leap towards my goal of being a published writer.  I have now begun writing for the Centered on Taipei Magazine!  You can read my most recent article on snacking in Tainan in the May 2011 (Volume 11, Issue 8) issue. 

Centered on Taipei is a lifestyle magazine published by the Community Services Center, a non-profit organisation that provides information and assistance to the international community in Taiwan.  (They also conduct some good cooking classes, led by Ivy from Ivy’s Kitchen.)  The Centered on Taipei magazine includes articles about life in Taiwan, including shopping, food, culture, art, family, travel and relationship issues.  I plan to write regularly on casual dining in Taiwan.  The magazine is free and available online and in many locations in Taipei including the Center.

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About taiwanxifu

‘Taiwanxifu’ (pronounced ‘shee foo’) means ‘Taiwan daughter-in-law’ in Chinese and has been my nickname ever since I married my Taiwanese husband, Sam. I love sampling Taiwanese food, even local specialties such as stinky tofu, pigs blood cake and Taipei beef noodle soup with offal. But there are many other options on the menu. Promise!
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4 Responses to Taiwanxifu now in Centered on Taipei Magazine

  1. Dear Serena,

    Great to hear you will contribute to COT. It was a big part of my life in Taipei and I loved all of it except for the deadlines !!

    looking forward to reading your contributions

    regards Shirlee

  2. Taiwanxifu says:

    Hi Shirlee,
    Thanks for the encouragement. There are things I could have done better with this article (spent way too long agonizing over it, for one!), but the important thing is that it is a start. I really like the COT, and hope I can make a good contribution.

  3. Ivy Chen says:

    Welcome on board! Serina. You add different touch about Taiwanese food. Looking forward to more exploration.

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