Thank all the guests from around the world and all our friends who have been so supportive no matter on-line or on-site in the past year. Solo Singer wishes all our friends a prosperous Year of Snake. Happy Lunar New Year!!!
[Solo Singer Life | 28th.Oct.2012] The handmade bamboo baskets were turned into the lamps at our entrance that welcome travellers from all over the world in the early autumn in Taipei. There is always a lamp lightened up at Solo Singer awaiting you during your journey.
[Solo Singer Life | Dec.25.2012] A touch of maroon in our tea-room is for everyone who is travelling in winter. Instead of Christmas lights and poinsettia, we hope to bring in some warmth by the little maroon daisies decorated for the Christmas breakfast time. :)
[Solo Singer Life | 29th.Nov.2012] There are a number of lanes names by the surrounding landmarks rather than putting in the order of numbers. This old small lane is located right next the 1950s cathedral on Wenquan Rd. Will you guess what its name should be?
[Solo Singer Life | Dec.29.2012] We’re looking forward to exchanging stories and journeys with more and more friends coming from around the world just like the red flowers waiting to bring alive the memories of the dead branches and the old couch. Thank all those who have been so supportive in 2012 and the ones who are here to celebrate the first new year of Solo Singer with us.
[Solo Singer Life | 1st.Nov.2012] An award winning Mexican director Everardo Conzalez came to experience the Taiwanese lifestyle at Solo Singer after attending the Taiwan International Documentary Festival in Taichung. He told us how he enjoyed the time and unique style of Solo Singer. We’re proud to share with him about the traditional culture and simple life we try to preserve and promote in this space.