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United 777-200 waiting at the gate at Narita International Airport
In which the intrepid narrator flies home, lands before taking off, and experiences the same day twice
Plastic screen in a classical Chinese style
Living in the future World-readable
In which the intrepid narrator visits the National Palace Museum, meets a friendly local student, goes shopping, and visits the erstwhile tallest building in the world
Display of Asus motherboards on a street corner in Taipei
Sunology World-readable
In which the intrepid narrator sees a giant panda, rides a gondola, contemplates the study of Sunology, gets nearly lost on the alleys and lanes of Taipei, and eats a Ma-Po tofu burger
Slide in the playground at the 228 Peace Park
Provisional capital World-readable
In which the intrepid narrator explores Taipei in the rain
Victoria Harbour from the hotel window
Leaving Hong Kong World-readable
In which the intrepid narrator bids farewell to Hong Kong after ten days in the Special Administrative Region and fails to visit the giant Buddha on Lantau Island

Everyone I'm sure, knows that when something goes wrong somewhere,
anywhere, anytime it is automatically SCOTT'S FAULT. Your dog ran away?
SCOTT'S FAULT. Your car won't start? SCOTT'S FAULT. Your power got
shut off because you forgot to mail the check? Yep, once again, SCOTT'S
FAULT. It is very similar to the "six degrees of separation" theory.
Somehow everything can be tied back to Scott.
- Renee Galvin, 25 October 2000