Hsueh Ching Yi was walking in the area near the National Taiwan University, always full of young people, restaurants and cafeterias, etc. when I met her.
She was wearing a long-sleeved gray shirt, a black and white striped shirt on her shoulders, a light pink long skirt and black Converse. Her complements were a black watch, a silver pendant, a blue umbrella with white polka dots and a great bag in brown and dark brown leather with golden buckles hanging on her shoulder. Hsueh Ching Yi told me that she had bought it in Singapore.