jojo. in transit.

  1. belated birthday jamz.

    (Source: mayduzee / Arthur Sleepers)


  2. veryhappypenguin:

    a night view of Neihu,Taipei (by Thunderbolt_TW)

    This is the stop before mine on the way to work. The S curve on the right is the track I ride daily. My class comes to this park a couple times a month and sometimes I walk here to eat my lunch.


  3. MY LIFE. 
    but 70cal per biscuit. WHYyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy?

    (Source: nom-food)


  4. Adoptive parents have the right to choose between age, country, race, handicap, et cetera. The fact that certain countries remain strong favorites for adoptive parents speaks volumes of how racialized thinking continues to live on under anti-racist surface narratives.

    Korea, Ethiopia, and Colombia are countries whose children fit Eurocentric standards of beauty more than others in the same regions; compare children from Korea to children from Malaysia, children from Ethiopia to children from Kenya, and children from Colombia to children from Bolivia. Furthermore, [Western] adoptive parents display a clear preference for girls and ‘racially pure’ children.
    — Tobias Hubinette, A Critique of International Adoption [translated from Swedish]
    (via brandx)

    sad.  (via jojointransit)

    (via linsinya)



  6. 50nt:

    4/12/2013  A Day In The Life/Taipei

    Took a stroll through Wanhua district without any particular destination (as usual) on Saturday away from the typical locations that the weekend crowds flock to. Here’s a couple shots I ended up with.

    Just in case you forgot……………ILOVETAIWAN.


  7. Bob Dylan - Don't Think Twice, It's Alright

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    I ain’t saying you treated me unkind
    You could have done better but I don’t mind
    You just kinda wasted my precious time
    But don’t think twice, it’s all right.

    (Source: classicrockneverdies)



  9. goodmusicgoldenchild:



  10. taipeitaipei:



    112號/I am numb, to the shot


  11. weloveshortvideos:

    Latino Hunger Games - Vine by Rudy Mancuso 


    (via onlylolgifs)


  12. Sometimes I think about being a vegetarian…but then, MEAT. 

    I’ve had a lot of Korean BBQ (outside of Korea obviously) in my day, but I hadn’t had this style of grill. It’s set at an angle so that the meat juices and oil slide down into the bag on the right, but not before hittin’ the veggies and kimchi. Yum!


  13. Subway selfie in which I am NOT dressed for the elements. 
    As a side note, my coffee consumption basically tripled during the 6 days that I was in Korea. The concentration of cafes blew my mind. Taipei’s MRT does not allow food or beverages (not even water!) So I took full advantage of nearly every commute with a latte in my hand.

    I’ve ridden a lot of major Asian cities’ subways at this point…Taipei, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing, Tokyo, Singapore, Bangkok, New Delhi etc. Seoul’s was indeed impressive and made Taipei’s MRT look like child’s play. I think Tokyo’s subway and railway system remains the most impressive in my memory to date.


  14. What horrifies me most is the idea of being useless: well-educated, brilliantly promising, and fading out into an indifferent middle age.
    — I MEAN, basically. 

    Sylvia Plath (via skeletales)

    (Source: seelifethroughpinkglasses, via laceglitterandbows)


  15. spotted this on the way to Seoul Tower near Myeong Dong.

    The Great Catsby