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Many tourism and restaurant businesses have been affected by COVID-19. To boost the economy, the Taiwan government has launched quintuple stimulus vouchers. Besides Taiwan citizens, new residents holding valid Alien Resident Certificates and foreigners holding permanent residence are eligible to collect the vouchers.
This episode of【New immigrants in Taiwan】shares what new residents do at home during the epidemic, the night market snacks they crave, the places they want to travel to after the epidemic outbreak slows down. This is recommended to viewers who are wondering about how to use quintuple stimulus vouchers.
Brian from the United States shared
He wants to eat night market food after slowdown in epidemic. (Picture / Provided by老外在幹嘛)
Due to the Level 3 epidemic alert, not only do Taiwanese miss hanging around and eating snacks in the night market, but new residents also miss the night market ambiance. Zi Ran (子然), a Thai who came to study in Taiwan, said that he misses Iced and Hot Tangyuan (冰火湯圓) and Peanut Sweet Soup (花生甜湯) because these two are not available in Thailand.
Michal from Poland who has lived in Taiwan for many years, the family from Kumamoto, Japan, and Ke Long (柯龍) from the United States even expressed their desire to eat the stinky tofu at the night market. Although the smell is very strong, it still tastes nice. Ke Long also shared that he really likes to eat pork blood cake, which is very delicious combined with coriander and peanut powder. He also recommend the delicious pig blood cake in Qingguang Market (晴光市場) in Neihu.
Qi Ni (琦妮), a new Philippino new resident married in Taiwan, shared that she wanted to go to Kaohsiung to admire the Dagang Bridge after the epidemic slowed down. (Picture / Provided by老外在幹嘛)
Quintuple stimulus vouchers can be used for travel. New residents who have been unable to travel overseas for a long time want to go offshore islands such as Penghu, Green Island, and Liuqiu after the epidemic eases. They mentioned that they are attracted to the slow-paced life and rich marine activities living in the islands. In addition, a new Filipino resident married in Taiwan, Qi Ni (琦妮), shared that she wants to go to Kaohsiung Dagang Bridge to enjoy the show and a nice restaurant.
【Taiwan Immigrants' Global News Network】reminds everyone to abide by local epidemic prevention regulations while traveling, wear masks while maintaining social distance, and maintain good hygiene.
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