The Straits Times
Date: June 30, 2020
By: Katherine Wei Taiwan Correspondent
After months of staying at home, people have turned to domestic travel and outdoor sports with a vengeance. Many have also resumed visits to Taipei's vibrant night markets, popular for local specialities and street food, shopping and their heady atmosphere.
"Things are looking so much better now. Look, I have people lining up for a table! My regulars started coming back in May," said Mrs Huang Su-mei, 54, who runs a pepper shrimp stand with her family in Ningxia Night Market in Taipei.
Customers expressed surprise at having to line up on a Wednesday night, with some saying that the coronavirus scare had started to die down. [FULL STORY]