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The weather in Taiwan is always a buzz-killer, especially during the winter when it’s rare to see a dry patch of land. It’s always raining over here, hot and humid, or cold and humid, but always humid. Combine that with the island’s random temperature drops and spikes and you have the perfect formula for a constant miserable mood.
Today it’s T-shirts and shorts and tomorrow it’s jackets and hot tea, there’s no telling when the temperature will change. This means half the population is sniffling and clutching to their umbrellas, frowning while wearing sick-masks and avoiding eye-contact.