National Geographic : 1957 Mar
© National Geographic Society + Taipei Cooks Serve Food to Be Eaten on the Spot or Taken Home This open-air shop specializes in short orders of rice. Students dine at its streetside tables. Drivers of pedi cabs, the capital's bicycle-drawn taxis, are also steady customers. Restaurants across the street serve full-course meals. 33s + Hidden Baby Rides Mother's Back; One Tiny Foot Sticks Out Few Formosan homes boast refrigeration; housewives visit the market early each morning to buy fresh food for the day's meals. Besides fish, both fresh and dried, these awninged stalls sell scallions and other vegetables.