Let's go to Dadaocheng Wharf for the sunset. It's more a public space for the locals than a tourist spot.
Everyone relaxes in their own ways. I can't help loosening up as I observe and draw how others live.
As the sky darkens, the wharf becomes a performing stage for local singers. They can be seen on the square, next to the temples or under the banyan trees. Rows of empty plastic chairs wave to the passers-by, inviting them to be part of the show. Moreover, the music is accompanied by the sophisticated dance of middle-aged men. What a splendid way to spend an evening in Taipei!