In this book, an alternative guide to the Taipei metropolitan is presented. Through 52 unorthodox tourist spots, the authors arrange a tour composed by conflicts and campaigns. The rebellious souls lurking in the urban landscape and the urbanity which is anomalous, peripheral, and insurgent are hence unveiled. Based on historical materials, journalism, diaries of the campaigns, and academic researches, stories commencing from more than 100 years ago are extracted from the 52 spots. Once concealed by the mainstream narratives, these memories now provide clues for our alternative understanding of the urban history, which then map out a “city of the rebels.” To complement the stories, six pieces of special columns are included in the second section. Topics of these include campaign hotspot, political rights, gender, adolescent issues, anti-eviction, and historical preservation. A comprehensive context of the rebels can be learnt from them. In sum, this book is an invitation to readers to wander through the city. Traveling with an alternative vision, we might encounter the rebellious souls just when we turn the corner.