Thanks for spending the time to check things out. My name is Stuart Hill and I am the author of the content you see here, unless specified otherwise. Most of the photos included here I also took myself, again unless stated.
The banner on this blog was shot by the very talented documentary filmmaker S. Leo Chiang (http://sleochiang.com).
Note: I am happy for you to link to my blog, but if you want to re-use any of my blog content for commercial purposes, please post a comment and ask for permission; I’ll contact you.
This blog is now into its 5th year. You’ll find most stories about Taiwan.
The structure of the site works like this:
- Home page: all articles listed chronologically and in full
- Taiwan Travel: links to stories offering ideas about places you can visit in Taiwan
- Taiwan Life: links to a mix of articles about things that might affect you while living in Taiwan
- Taiwan Postcards: a number of photos from various times, that hopefully reveal some things about Taipei or Taiwan, but which haven’t become a full length story
- Journal Entries: a list of article links based on various personal reflections and experiences, not necessarily about Taiwan
- About: (what you are reading now)
When I first setup the blog, I decided on this list of links approach as a good way to organize the kinds of things I like to write about. Hopefully it will make your current access and return visits easier to find. Simply click on a link to jump to a specific story. It will save time instead of scrolling endlessly through my home page.
You can subscribe to my blog and receive a summary and link to my latest posts (see RECEIVE NEW STORIES in the right column). If you know of others who may like to read my articles, please send them a story link.
If needed, you can actually check out my professional profile on LinkedIn, just look for Stuart Hill. For the past 4 years I’ve been working at enterprise software company Gorilla Technology. Before that, I was working at PC multimedia software developer CyberLink Corp and before that Acer. All of these companies are based in Taiwan.
Anyway, thanks again for visiting the Blog. I hope you like what you see, and let me know either way, by posting your comments.