Shooter.cn is a great website to find Chinese subtitles for movies you’ve downloaded from off of bittorrent.
I need to watch English movies with my Taiwanese wife so you may find this resource as useful as I find it. Other subtitle search engines such as Subscene never seems to have Chinese subtitles, especially traditional Chinese.
When you search, try to match the subtitle file to the exact copy of movie you downloaded.
If you downloaded Star-Wars.axxo.mpg try to search for "axxo" on the results page to get a perfect match to your movie rip. Match the filename as best you can. If you don’t do this, sometimes the subtitles still work but other times they are way off. Good luck!
In the filename and search listings remember! chs = simplified Chinese cht = traditional Chinese
Do you use Shooter.cn? Do you use another website to find Chinese subtitles? Let me know in the comments.
Look at the internet speed in Korea! I truly miss being able to download 2 hour movies while I ate dinner, then watch them immediately after. Korea is miles ahead of everybody in their internet infrastructure.
It’s a bit embarassing that even Romania has a higher average connection speed than Taiwan!
If this was a measure of internet speed in Taipei I think Taiwan would be a lot higher on this list. I guess the rural places brought down the average a lot.
Taiwan makes it to #9 on the list of the Top 10 Countries to visit in 2012.
Taiwan has always had a jaw-dropping landscape – oversized sea cliffs and densely forested mountains barely start to describe its majesty. And then there’s the museums,which are simply bursting with treasures (including the best of imperial China, spirited across the strait after WWII), plus a thriving folk culture that includes some wild displays of Taoist and Buddhist worship. In terms of cuisine, Taiwan is a fusion and slow-food showcase. So why is 2012 the time to visit? Because Taiwan is best seen on two wheels and in recent years the authorities have embraced the biking market with surprising enthusiasm, vision and (most importantly) funding. This year sees the linking of thousands of kilometres of paths, including two round-the-island routes, and a host of other cycling friendly infrastructure projects.
Biking is truly really amazing here. I love the beautiful paths all up and down the riverside.