23, @Zhuangjing Road, Xinyi District, Taipei City, Taiwan 110
Shed your preconceptions, please. Taiwan is beautiful and all; to travel is also liberating. Sure. But let's drill to the core. We shall be vulnerable together. The central attribute I like to experiment with is vulnerability - more specifically, an agreement wherein two people sacrifice themselves to the present moment. As travel partners, then, here's what we'll do: - Competitive or cooperative workouts - Comfort-zone challenges! - Humourous debates and conversations - Studying - Meditation and learning to accept vulnerability - Relaxing under the night sky Indeed, not everybody will be comfortable with this approach, nor with these activities. As a result, maybe keep scrolling. Sometimes it takes a while to find somebody like-minded. Otherwise, do consider writing to me. Not only will your English dramatically improve, but you may also make a long-term friend. If you don't - perhaps just a pleasant experience is enough.
Why hello ^_^ Quirky, pretend-serious and analytical. Part-time teacher. One of those INTP types. I'm a British student at NTU and the OU. I study Chinese on campus along side the Humanities online. The purpose of my profile is to offer a different way to build relationships which focuses less on culture but more on one another. Of course, a balance between the two would be ideal - but let's not forget why we're here. So let's get started. Remember, what we turn down is what provokes the biggest "What if?". - Matthew