Crossing. Taipei, Taiwan. By bryansjs.
Robot Cafe. Taichung City, Taiwan. By Willis Lai.
Totoro. Keelung, Taiwan. By Willis Lai.
Even though it’s similar to one you might have seen last year, this cosplay will still be hard to top. That’s right, here’s another Hunter x Hunter Gon cosplay.
Damn. This is not scene from a disaster movie. These are apparently Pokémon Go players in Taiwan.
Along The Coast. Niushan Huting, Taiwan. By Patrick Lehrmann.
Of course Ash is not. But this Taipei Metro announcement certainly looks like he is.
Chuan-Bin Chung teaches art at Taiwan’s Shu-Te University, creating impressive chalkboard drawings for students in his Illustration, Anatomy of Arts and Painting Skill classes.
This isn’t only cool and hypnotic, it’s also terrifying.
Let’s be honest. All you actually need are an orange Turtle School gi and some spiky hair to complete your Dragon Ball cosplay. You do not need a mini-segway, hoverboard, whatever.
Over the weekend, Tsai Ing-wen became the first woman to be elected the president of Taiwan. Above is a GIF from her political campaign. Because anime is real.
Every New Year’s Eve in Taiwan, the staff at local McDonald’s restaurants cosplay. This year, some of the threads didn’t exactly go over well. At all.
There is no such thing as Grand Theft Auto Taiwan. However, as this live action clip shows, there should be.
Daytime View. Taipei, Taiwan. By Morgan Kinkel.
A-Mei’s Teahouse. Jiufen, Taiwan. By Ruby.
If bread that looks like, uh, bread isn’t enough for you, how about bread that looks like watermelon?
As gamers, we all have shared experiences. When I say certain game titles, say, Pokémon Pearl, you know exactly what I’m talking about. Right? Not exactly.
With the news of a Nintendo collaboration with Universal Studios, many fans are excited for the theme park possibilities. Will there be a Mario Kart ride? How about a Pokémon one? Well, ten years ago, there was an entire amusement park in Japan dedicated to Pocket Monsters.
Not the most dangerous. Not the most painful*. Or, maybe, not even the most difficult per se. But if movie lore is true, then 1982’s Dragon Lord could be the most gruelling movie Jackie Chan has done for one simple reason: An insane number of takes.
Like science? What about Dragon Ball? Then, this exhibit could be for you.