The Ningxia Night Market in Taipei, Taiwan, is a popular attraction for both locals and tourists, offering a variety of traditional and innovative street foods. The market is democratically run, with vendors electing their own president and a finance committee ensuring transparency. The market has undergone renovations to become environmentally friendly, banning disposable and melamine tableware and filtering waste before disposal. Online banquets are available for customers to sample different dishes, and the market works with local government officials to promote neighborhood harmony. The market's popularity among locals has helped it rebound after COVID-19 restrictions were lifted.
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