There were all kinds of shops operating in the Chenggong Market. Some shops sold clothes, some sold accessories, and of course, some sold food. And a large number of locals came to buy. The market was crowded.
Wherever I go in the world, it's always fun to wander around and look at what's for sale in the market. But in Taiwan, the clothing stores are not very interesting. It may be because I'm not so interested in clothes, but Taiwanese people's clothes are completely westernized and there is no difference between Taiwan and Japan. The clothes sold in Taiwan seem to be the same as those in Japan.
In contrast, it's interesting to look at the food. In contrast, it is interesting to look at food, which is rarely seen in Japan. While wandering around the market, I came to a shop selling nuts. The table was lined with a variety of nuts in bags on the table. I was looking for some unusual nuts that I hadn't seen in Japan. But unfortunately, the nuts sold in this shop were all the ones that looked like they could be sold in Japan.
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December 3, 2019
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