Teaching in a foreign country to Ss who are introverted and whose learning style is passive, can be very difficult to a foreign teacher. I have in the past and still (at times) experience "teaching-learning style conflict," so being flexible and connecting with other ESL teachers, to me, is essential for classroom survival. Most Taiwanese Ss are less autonomous and more dependent on authority figures. In a typical Chinese classroom, the teacher usually talk and the students listen and take notes. The links I've included here should provide you with lesson plans and games to use to get your Ss talking and moving around. The best part about teaching East Asian students--they are much more obedient compare to Western students.