headhonchoII wrote:Kind of important info to leave out.
I think it will obviously be easier for you then in terms of work as long as you improve your Mandarin skills to fluency, you probably have sown fluency and understanding already. Most folks who move to Taiwan these days seem to be overseas Taiwanese of some sort so it's not uncommon.
ironlady wrote:Taiwan is great. I'd move back in a second if I could. But only as an individual, fluent in Chinese, and willing to live out the rest of my life there and find ways to do it -- relying on a lot of savings and not assuming I would get anything from anyone, including the government. Sometimes if you're in your 20s or 30s retirement doesn't seem so close, but it's really easy to rip through five years, ten years, twenty years in Taiwan just like that without realizing that you haven't managed to get anything...solid.
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