10/30/2006

WuiT #048: Jamali Jack & Jeana Noel (part 1)


Filed Under: First Impression, Eslite Bookstore, Earthquake.
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Jeana came to Taiwan 2 years ago to attend undergraduate school. In order for her boyfriend Jamali to learn more about Taiwan, she started researching for information about Taiwan over the internet. In Jamali's opinion, his favorite program which can really give you a real honest image of the island is the one you are listening to now.

A little over a month ago, Jamali came to Taiwan as well. He contacted us by e-mail and accepted our invitation for an interview. He is also the first guest we have had from the Caribbean.

only has diplomatic relations with 24 countries in the world; St. Vincent is one of them. October 27th marked the 27th birthday of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

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Jeana兩年前來台灣念大學,她從事影像工作的男朋友 Jamali 為了能多認識台灣,便在網路上找一些相關資訊與介紹。其中他最喜歡,並且最能感受台灣真實面貌的,就是你現在收聽的節目

一個多月前,Jamali也來到台灣。他用Email與我們連絡,同時接受我們的訪問。這是我們第一次訪問到來自加勒比海的朋友。

台灣目前擁有24個邦交國,聖文森是其中一個。10月27日,聖文森暨格瑞那丁剛剛渡過他們第27個獨立紀念日。

3 comments:

Nathan Miller said...

Jamali, Great interview!
Liked what you had to see about studying a language outside the country...
Great show!!

Janiel said...

Jeana and Jamali great intervew. I can surely attest to the living in Taiwan and yes it is a great experience, to learn a different language, learn about a different culture. I must agree with Jamali it does feel like home, after all both countries (Taiwan and St. Vincent and the Grenadines) are Islands, except for the culture, and population size. As Jeana said getting things in Taiwan is very convienent due to the 24 hours service, and we foreigners love that.

To all who have listen this podcast, as Jeana and Jamali says our Country is magnificent. Take a trip to St. Vincent and enjoy the real island life. We have lots to see, from Tranquil valleys and clear streams flanked by majestic mountain peaks; super-abundance of singing birds and tropical fruits, beautiful waterfalls to the friendly and hospitable people.

Janiel said...

Jeana and Jamali great intervew. I can surely attest to the living in Taiwan and yes it is a great experience, to learn a different language, learn about a different culture. I must agree with Jamali it does feel like home, after all both countries (Taiwan and St. Vincent and the Grenadines) are Islands, except for the culture, and population size. As Jeana said getting things in Taiwan is very convienent due to the 24 hours service, and we foreigners love that.

To all who have listen this podcast, as Jeana and Jamali says our Country is magnificent. Take a trip to St. Vincent and enjoy the real island life. We have lots to see, from Tranquil valleys and clear streams flanked by majestic mountain peaks; super-abundance of singing birds and tropical fruits, beautiful waterfalls to the friendly and hospitable people.