Gogoro 2 Smartscooter – Updated to practically fit your lifestyle

The Gogoro Smartscooter has been updated. The Gogoro 2 and Gogoro 2 Plus are completely redesigned, with a new second generation motor and powertrain that delivers the same amount of electrical power (6.4kW), but with more emphasis on smoother torque and more control. Last year I had the opportunity to try out the Gogoro 1…

Taoyuan Metro finally opens after years of delays

After years of being plagued with delays and extensive testing, the Taoyuan Metro finally opened on March 2nd 2017. It currently consists of 21 stations (A1-A21), which 3 additional stations to be added in the future. With the opening of line it finally gives Taipei Taoyuan International Airport rail connections to the city, arriving at…

Signage oddities Part Three

More new funny signs and translations in this newest part to the signage series. The first and second parts to this series can be found here and here. So lets begin with some new and interesting signs for part three. When I was going to the restroom and I stumbled along this. This maybe the…

Gogoro Smartscooter – The future of electric mopeds is here

Electric cars have been gaining popularity during the last few years. The Tesla brand seems to be getting to most attention with their innovative line up. However, in many cities all across the globe owning a car may not be practical nor is it affordable. This is were Gogoro comes in, the Smartscooter brings an…

Signage oddities Part Two

The second part of a series of sign, spelling, and wording oddities in Taiwan. You can view the previous post here. If you thought Mainland China had bad translations from Chinese to English, think no more. However, the Mainland does have a lot more funnier translations that either just doesn’t make sense or just sounds…

Signage oddities – Lost in translation in Taiwan

This is a new series of posts I will be creating on signage oddities I’ve encountered in Taiwan. These posts will be of things that have either bad grammar and bad translations as seen in Taiwan. Other random oddities will be included in this series as well. Translating Chinese into English is already known to…