By Bobby Hundreds

January 16, 2009

Taipei, Taiwan is noted for many things… The night markets, psychopath taxi drivers, the scooters, foot massages, unusually tall Asian people.. but my favorite landmark is the National Palace Museum, Taiwan’s comprehensive art museum that houses 650,000 pieces of ancient Chinese artifacts and art. People come from all over to witness one of the largest collections of its kind in the world. There are rocks that look like slabs of pork, rocks that look like cabbage, and there’s also a huge collection of China’s most famous calligraphy work. Gives me some insight on where my mom’s whole style came from. Anyways, they ixnay’d the photography, so all I got are shots from the outside. Still, just as awe-inspiring.

by bobbyhundreds

Bobby Hundreds