Taken through a small park in the neighborhood near mine. It's all in the same area but I tend to think of areas on a micro scale here - Taiwan's population density is very high. The Ambassador is home to an upscale fashion mall with much the same brands as every other mall in town. I don't understand why someone hasn't tried to negotiate the rights to bring in some different brands into this market. Wouldn't offering something different help drive sales? The Ambassador also has a bread store of declining quality, a Japanese grocery which seems to miraculously stay in business despite a sense of neglect, and the ever popular example of American fine food Fridays.