- Welcome to my Taiwan photography blog. On these pages I post some of my images and insights that show the beauty of Formosa, or Taiwan as it is commonly called.
Monthly Archives: April 2012
Traditional Chinese Courtyard, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. A Chinese temple with a courtyard and red doors By: Shi Yali Low cost images straight from the author!
Cable Stayed Bridge with Orange Clad Cables, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. A modern single tower cable stayed bridge with massive steel cables. It crosses Dapeng Bay Bridge and is Taiwan’s first moveable cable-stayed bridge. By: Shi Yali Low cost … Continue reading
Vintage Rice Hulling Machine, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. An old large piece of equipment used to hull rice in Taiwan By: Shi Yali Low cost images straight from the author!
Vintage Iron Railway Bridge, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. Old iron truss bridge across the Gaoping River in Taiwan. This bridge was built by Japanese engineers in 1913 and was in operation until 1987. By: Shi Yali Low cost images … Continue reading
Raw Squid Skewers, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. Squid on skewers is prepared to be grilled. Taiwanese love seafood in all shapes and styles. The picture was taken on the island of Qijin in Kaohsiung. By: Shi Yali Shared from Photogenic … Continue reading
Freshly Grilled Corn Cobs, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. An outdoor vendor sells barbecued corn on the cob, a popular street food in Taiwan. By: Shi Yali Shared from Photogenic Asia
Sweet Potatoes Drying in the Sun, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. Sweet potatoes are hung up to dry before being baked in large clay ovens. It is a popular street food during the winter and early spring months. By: Shi … Continue reading
Large Pineapple Fruits, originally uploaded by Shi Yali. Taiwan has a long history of pineapple cultivation. In some places you can visit historic cannaries from the early 20th century.Cultivated pineapple plants (Ananas comosus) with ripe fruits By: Shi Yali Shared … Continue reading
Beautiful Bamboo Umbrellas from Taiwan by asiastockimages Two more examples of these attractive art and craft products seen in a Hakka Cultural Center in Pingtung in southern Taiwan.
Bamboo Hang Painted Umbrella by asiastockimages The Chinese Hakka people are famous for their traditional painted bamboo umbrellas.