OTHER ONLINE WORKS
I sometimes write for other blogs, mainly travel blogs, and mainly in English. I also write blogposts for hostels I’m working for thanks to HelpX/Workaway.
It’s mostly sharing posts, little chronicles organised around one main theme.
It’s a good exercise both for my writing and my English practice.
Well, take a walk on the wild side with me on my other projects!
INTERVIEW FOR PVTISTES.NET ABOUT TAIWAN: “CÉLINE, UN VRAI COUP DE COEUR POUR TAIWAN PENDANT SON PVT” (IN FRENCH)
ARTICLE FOR THE COUCHSURFING BLOG: “WHY YOU SHOULD START TALKING TO STRANGERS”
INTERVIEW FOR VALISE VOLANTE ABOUT TAIWAN (IN FRENCH)
INTERVIEW FOR VALISE VOLANTE ABOUT NEW ZEALAND (IN FRENCH)
THE GLOBAL VILLAGE PROJECT
I was part of the Global Village Behind the Mountains craft market held in Hualien, Taiwan twice at the beginning of 2018. I was selling postcards of the East Coast of Taiwan that I drew myself and some homemade cookies (called “bredele” in my region of Alsace, France) and chocolate mousse.
The market wanted to feature the foreigners living in Hualien selling handmade products from where they come from: tea from Germany, traditional food from Ivory Coast, jewellery from the UK, etc. The little market was a nice place to meet and share with both foreigners and local about my artwork and the French food.
This awesome experience was made possible thanks to the benevolence of my host, Una, who always encouraged to keep drawing and came up with the postcards idea.
THE WORLD INN DINNER PROJECT
This is one project that I really enjoyed being part of : the World Inn Dinner, an event organised by the hostel I was volunteering for, World Inn in Hualien, Taiwan. They manage to organise a monthly dinner offering guests international cuisine cooked by local chefs with local ingredients. Here are the recipes I took great pleasure to draw:
Creation of the World Inn Dinner webpage
ARTICLE FOR THE POKAA WEBZINE: “IL Y A 4 ANS JE PERDAIS MON JOB DE RÊVE” (IN FRENCH)
BLOG POSTS FOR MONO’TEL (TAIPEI, TAIWAN): “LET’S GO TO SHIFEN” & “HOUTONG THE CAT VILLAGE”