Love in Taipei is a teen romantic comedy film directed by Arvin Chen from a screenplay by Mackenzie Dohr and Charlie Oh. The film follows an American teenager Ever Wong as she is surprised by her parents with a trip to Taipei, Taiwan for a cultural immersion program. For Ever this trip becomes a chance to make friends, make some mistakes, and fall in love. Love in Taipei stars Ashley Liao, Ross Butler, Chelsea Zhang, and Nico Hiraga. So, if you loved Love in Taipei here are some similar movies and shows you could watch next.
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