I have understood and knew more about different cultures during my stay!!
- 9 month stay
- Shared room
- No experience in study abroad
- Beginner English
First, please introduce yourself!!
Hello everyone, I am Mayco from Taiwan. I am a student now and I’m going to Beijing next month as exchange student. The usual time of my daily life is going to school and I have a part time job at Starbucks. My favorite hobby is cooking at home^^.
I chose Borderless House for studying English.
Why did you choose Borderless Share House?
I found Borderless House from a 591 house rental website. At the beginning, I chose Borderless House for studying English, because I was preparing for TOEFL test. I thick I can improve my English by living with people who speaks English. By now I have stayed in Borderless House for about 9 months.
Not at all! I would rather know and enjoy cultural differences.
Before moving in Borderless House, what is your imagination or expectation of staying in Borderless House? After staying in Borderless House for a while, is the real life here in accord with your imagination or expectation?
Not at all! Nationality doesn’t mater for me, since it is an important part of personality. I would rather know and enjoy cultural differences.
I've got many good friends here.
What was the best part and the most impressive thing that happened during your stay in Borderless House?
The best part of staying in Borderless House which is I've got many good friends here. And the most impressive thing for me, which is, there is an opportunity that we all have time can travel together. We drove a car by ourselves from Taipei to Taroko National Park in Hualien. We stayed in a B&B there. This is the happiest memories for me.
The most difficult thing for me is needing to have a strong adaptability
On the other hand, is there anything which is difficult or tough for you to live in Borderless share house?
I already stayed here for almost 9 months and it is quite a long time, so I met a lot of people here. Because my housemates often change during a term, I have to keep trying to find a way to get along with new roommates or housemates. Consequently, the most difficult thing for me is needing to have a strong adaptability.
I have understood and knew more about different cultures during my stay!
Are you satisfied with your life in Borderless House so far? Do you learn anything from here?
So far so good. I learned some languages here. (A little English. A little Japanese and a little Korean lol) I also learned how to get along with others, especially for people who is from different backgrounds or nationalities. I have understood and knew more about different cultures during my stay in Borderless House. I think it is important for me and helpful for my future.
Treat your housemate as your family member.
Finally, what would you like to tell those who are thinking about moving in Borderless House?
I would like to give a small suggestion to who is thinking about moving in Borderless House, which is, after you move in a share house, please treat your housemate as your family member. Just keep it in mind, and you will be happy and relax every day also enjoy your stay in Borderless House.
大安1シェアハウスから最寄り駅の大安駅までは何と徒歩30秒！とても駅近な物件です。大安駅は信義線と文湖線の2路線が通っています。信義線を使えば、台北駅、台北101などの主要部まで5-10分ほどで行くことが出来ますし、文湖線を使えば繁華街の忠考復興駅まで2分、松山空港へも20分ほどで行くことが出来ます。大安ハウスはアパートメントタイプのシェアハウスで、物件の真下にはセブンイレブンもありとても便利ですよ。木の素材が多く使われたハウスはとても温かい雰囲気です。家具家電や食器も既に準備されているので、余計な荷物は必要ありません！さあ、大安1シェアハウスで台湾や世界中の人々との楽しい生活を始めましょう！ ■ターミナル駅からの距離 - 台北駅: 10分 - 忠考復興駅: 2分 - 台北101駅: 4分 - 士林駅: 20分 - 古亭駅: 7分 - 松山機場駅: 7分