This was a very unusual trip, as my mother did not like to travel anywhere. In 1969, my mother decided to take a trip to the east part of Taiwan with her foreign daughter-in-law. She had never visited there before as it had only recently been opened as a tourist place in Taiwan. So we flew to Hualien, traveled on part of the Cross island Highway, and then took a boat back to Keelung. When we were in Hualien, we visited the famous Tielu temple, some beautiful water falls, and a new bridge called the Loving Mother’s Bridge. And we also visited an Aborigines tribe, watched their native dances and even put on some of their costumes to take pictures. It was indeed a very great trip for Janice as well my mother.