More than 2 years traveling around in Asia, summary in (very) short:
I was quite surprised by the “colonial” architecture and how some places felt more French than France,
I realised that Myazaki’s Japan is not exactly quite like the reality,
but sometimes is.
That Taïwan is clearly underrated and unknown.
And even in overpopulated cities like Hong Kong, it is possible to find deserted and quiet places.
That air pollution is really a problem.
That the Korean culture was more than unknown to me (but I want to know more!).
That not so long ago, it was looking quite different.
That it is indeed not common to see Pandas.
That some places (many!) really look like perfect holiday postcards.
The UNESCO did a great job at referencing impressive cultural heritage.
That wherever you go, the moon is huuuge at night.