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Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

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Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby DeBing » 03 Nov 2013, 23:57

Hallo zusammen,

ich weiß, dass dieses Forum vor allem für Deutsche in Taiwan ist, aber ich finde leider kein Forum für Taiwanesen in Deutschland und wollte daher mal hier fragen: Kennt jemand oder weiß jemand ob es eine taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg gibt?
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Re: Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby bob_honest » 04 Nov 2013, 15:43

Wife basically found nothing in Germany. No Chinatown. No Taiwantown. Nada. Meiyou. Forget it. And guess where we are living now... :)


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Re: Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby milkalex » 04 Nov 2013, 18:40

Düsseldorf ist Taiwantown. Fast alle Taiwanesischen Unternehmen mit Niederlassungen in Deutschland sind in Düsseldorf! Nürnberg.. naja.. München dann ehr.
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Re: Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby taiwanreporter » 13 Nov 2013, 18:24

I am a German reporter working and living in Taipei.
http://www.intaiwan.de & http://facebook.com/taiwanreporter
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Re: Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby olm » 15 Jan 2014, 06:41

DeBing wrote:ich finde leider kein Forum für Taiwanesen in Deutschland


Ich weiß ist alt... aber falls es noch aktuell ist bzw. falls jemand Foren etc. für Taiwaner in Deutschland sucht:

Taiwaner in Deutschland / 德國台灣同學會: https://www.facebook.com/groups/178218261881/

Taiwaner für Working Holiday in Deutschland / 德國workingholiday開疆闢土團: https://www.facebook.com/groups/germanw ... day.first/

Und eine Web-Mailbox... also fast ein forum: http://www.ptt.cc/bbs/Germany/index.html
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Re: Taiwanesische Gemeinschaft in Nürnberg

Postby StefanMuc » 22 Jan 2014, 22:06

Falls das von Interesse ist: es gibt eine Chinesische Schule in München. Und mit "Chinesisch" ist in diesem Fall ROC, bzw chinesische Kultur gemeint. (Auch wenn sicher viele PRC-Chinesen das Angebot ebenfalls nutzen.)

http://www.chinesische-schule-muenchen. ... es_de.html
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