I am pleased to say that I could read a majority of the characters written on the pictures. Of course, I don't say all because that's just the way it is with reading characters for me. I take what I can get and I generally understand the gist of what's going on. But I could read a majority, maybe 70-75% or so. The rest I would have to look up.
I loved seeing the part where it shows the Book of Mormon in Chinese. My Chinese Book of Mormon reading continues to get better all the time. I recently discovered the Gospel Principles manual online with a downloadable matching Chinese audio mp3 file. I downloaded that to my I Pod and I find it very helpful to listen to that while reading the Gospel Principles manual in English. I love the Gospel Principles manual as that was the book I read in its entirety before I joined the Church. It is a great book to learn about the basics of the Church.
This is the Chinese language counterpart link to it:
I suspect that if I keep doing this, my Chinese will improve more. Anyone who studies Chinese will tell you that you just have to keep on going and keep on going in your language studies. Living in the country is the only way to really become proficient.
Anyway, the 'Preaching the Gospel in Taiwan' video is just a great YouTube clip. I loved it.