>>2109136>how many latinas are in taiwan
Good question, I haven't counted. But they're numerous is what I can say. Every party i've been in had at least two or three of them hanging around. Actually, same goes with Haitians. This must probably have something to do with the fact that central America and Haiti has a good relationship with Taiwan (due tu US influence), so there's a lot of scholarships and incentives for them to go study in Taiwan.>>2109131
Honestly, all bets are off until 2023, mid 2022 if you're an optimist, but i honestly doubt it. Until then it doesn't matter if you're planning to stay a year starting now or starting january 2022, lockdowns are an inevitable reality as long as vaccination isn't a streamlined process for everyone around the world. No matter when you go, you'll be dealing with them.
Taiwan is currently done with its lockdown, meaning getting visas will never be as easier as right now. If you can get one, get one now. due to the cyclic nature of Covid, nothing tells you that it won't come back by december thus canceling all visa programs again.
Lockdowns aren't the end of the world. There's a lot of hiking and overall sightseeing all over taipei and the rest of the country, and you can eat your food to go. Lots of universities have options like this and their food isn't half bad. I actually used to eat regularly there, because the buffets were so cheap.