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I joined a class reunion yesterday, having lunch at a former US Army club near University of Chinese Culture on Yangming Mountain. It was an ordinary weekday, but the restaurant were full of quests, all tables reserved. The name of the restaurant is simply 美軍俱樂部, but except a young couple of Caucasians, other guests in the full house were all locals, enjoying their meal merrily.
I am not sure, but I guess during that period of "alliance" most of the people of Taiwan could not afford dining there, or were not permitted to at all. Now American GI have gone, and ordinary people can enjoy dining there(and many other similar places in that area), is it a good thing to Taiwan?
Paradoxically, some people of Taiwan, particularly those 817 and 1450, are hoping US GI could come back again. Let me tell you guys, if that happens, by the time most likely you may have nothing to eat any more, let alone those typical, unhealthy American food.
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