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Traditional Market-Shopping For Chinese New Year’s Eve Dinner-Taipei, Taiwan

By John Saboe | Taiwan

Jan 27


This is one of the biggest traditional morning or wet markets in Taipei, Taiwan. It’s close to the fruit/vegetable wholesale market, and the wholesale fish and seafood market so there’s an amazing selection of fresh food. It is one of the top spots to buy food to prepare dinner for Chinese(Lunar) New Year’s Eve. I visited the market the day for the big night when families gather together for their reunion dinner.

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