Brenda Kane was in Taiwan from 1965 to 1967, employed at the MAAG East Compound.
This family had a home, water pond and ducks to eat or sell.
Brenda thought the man looking at the woman seated may have been a Dentist.
I always wondered why the rebar was not cut off when the second story concrete floors were laid. If you look just to the right of the taxi sign's telephone number, you can see rebar sticking out from the building. I think I know why, what is your guess?
This is unusual. This barefoot man pulls a rickshaw. I don't recall ever seeing a rickshaw in Taiwan during my time, 1965 - 1968. This man must be one of the last of the rickshaw pullers who has not yet moved to a pedicab. Consider this, pulling a rickshaw takes different muscles than peddling a heavy pedicab. He may not want to change!
Thank you Brenda for taking time to send these wonderful photographs.
Tainan Air Base in 1958..