Rediscovering Taiwan 11 years later

While the scenery, buildings and food were just like I remembered, everything else changed. In the past 11 years, the city had moved on, and now, it was time for me to make new memories and move on too.
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Photo of a record player

You feel like: A poem

Today, you felt like home.  / Usually you feel like childhood / Bittersweet / Like the mistakes of youth  / Like the times that make you cringe / But then immediately laugh / Because no matter how mortifying, / You’re still glad to have  / That story to tell 
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Moving back to a foreign place

Impulsive Coward

I wanted to remember what my childhood was like, but I was terrified that every trace of it would be gone — scraped away, painted over and torn down.
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Finding my way home

Impulsive Coward

Each small risk at a time, though, I’ve learned that finding “home” is all about improvising and redefining my idea of it. 
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