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If any of you are into natural olive oil soaps, pure longan honey, tea flower bee pollen, or royal jelly products, there is a great shop I know in Taichung run by a guy named Bryan. The owner is very knowledgeable and speaks really good English. I highly recommend it and use his products myself. They also ship products (international and domestic) at low rates.
His olive oil soaps are imported from France (Marius Fabre Marseilles brand), come in big sizes and are not as expensive as other natural soaps in Taiwan. And his honey, bee pollen and royal jelly products come from bee farms that use no pesticides or chemicals.
If any of you are interested, here is his website that includes the address and phone number:
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I know that one of his shops is near Dong Hai University, but I don't know if he has any others. But you don't have to go to his shop. They ship at low rates. Shipping within Taiwan is only 65NT and abroad at low rates as well.
You can email Bryan with any questions. He speaks really fluent English. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope you all can try it out sometime.
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