Joyhanhan, Taiwan
  • Country Taiwan
  • Member since Joined 6th Feb., 2013
  • icon Seen 3 days ago

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  • icon Not interested in direct swaps
  • icon Chinese, English, French
  • icon Female
  • icon 30th November 1999
    (19 years old)

About Joy...

Hi! Bonjour! 你好!

My name is Joy. I am a college freshman who majors in French. Thus, if you are a native French speaker, I will appreciate that you write the card in simple French. ☆However, please write each alphabet tidily and clearly so that I can understand the message better.☆

Music is an essential part of my life. Classical music especially fascinated me. The masterpieces by those great composers really offer me a wonderful diversion. My favorite musician is Andreas Ottensamer, a principal clarinetist of Berlin Philharmonic from Austria.

In my opinion, the preference of postcard differs from age to age, so I am not going to make any request for the card. You can send me whatever you love as long as this card can be consider a representation of your country or your city. Though cards that are not from your country would be disappointing, I will definitely be happy to receive if you consider that I like it. However, please, there are something could be offensive: AD cards, porn cards, pop entertainers.

If you still have no idea what to send, here are some suggestions:

Something about your own culture, including the the traditional costumes or festivals etc.
Something related to classical music, including the composers, scores, instruments or concert halls
Some figures who represent your country
Natural/typical scenery of your land/island
Wild/special animal of you land/island


⭐️⭐️⭐️Please write more beautifully and tidily when you write ID.

⭐️⭐️ Please write the postcard ONLY in English, French or Chinese so that I can understand the message.

⭐️I am searching for some long-term pen pals, especially from French-speaking countries. If you are also interested in it, please directly message me.


I am Taiwanese, not Chinese.
Je suis taïwanaise, pas chinoise.


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