I was walking around Datong District in Taipei. This district is one of the oldest parts of the city. Historic temples such as the Baoan Temple and the Confucius Temple still remain, and the famous tourist attraction Dihua Street is also located in this district. However, it is difficult to feel the history of the city just by walking around. The buildings that line the streets are neither modern enough to be new, nor old enough to remind us of the past. They are all halfway old buildings.
The street I was walking on at this time was also sandwiched between old buildings. There were mid-rise buildings on both sides, and mid-rise buildings in front of me as well. Surrounded by buildings in all directions, I felt like I was walking through a three-dimensional maze. The buildings on both sides and in front of me looked like walls in a maze.
I wondered if the feeling of walking through such a three-dimensional maze was the same as that of an experimental rat. Perhaps if I take the wrong path, I too will end up receiving an electric shock.
|Nov 2019 IN THE CITY TAIWAN|
|BUILDING MOTORBIKE STREET TAIPEI WINDOW|
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