The more scenic way to the Luce Memorial Chapel


With the campus of Tunghai University being hailed as one of the most attractive universities in Taiwan, it only makes sense that a chapel would be designed to become one of Taiwan’s most sought after landmarks. As the project was finished in November of 1963, artist and architect Chen Chi-Kwan along with the notorious architect I.M. Pei,  worked for over a year to design the famous curved chapel.

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Hunting for Art at Tunghai Art Street


With it being my last day in Taichung before heading back to the states, I wanted to go to one last tourist spot, but preferably one that was close enough to walk to. Enter Tunghai Arts Street. With it being a 20 minute walk from T-Life Hostel there wasn’t much of a hassle getting there. What I read about the street as I was walking dated the street back to 1980’s, but featured a a look into Taiwan’s historic look and feel.

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