I’m back from all my business trips and what ever thing that has been going on these 2 months. After the last post, I was preparing myself to Taiwan for another exhibition. My first ever exhibition was on Marine industry (just click on it if you forgot) and so this is the 2nd official exhibition that I am handling which is on food industry, Food Taipei 2012. I have a total of 8 companies with me and I was terribly anxious as it is more than my first exhibition.
Before I start telling you my stories, let me kick off with some photos.
I had too much things to carry so there wasn’t much pictures taken after that. When I arrived, I rushed to the bus station and took a direct bus to the exhibition hall so that I could have a glimpse on whether the things are all fully equipped before m clients arrive on the 2nd day (I wouldn’t want to be complained).
After making sure everything was in order, I went to the city to meet up with one of the Malaysian government director as there are some stuffs that needed to be sorted. Right after that, we headed to ShiLin night market with me all sweaty/smelly/disgusting/2 bags. Trust me, it was not fun.
After a night of exciting and tiring experience, I head back to the hotel to take a rest before the storm on the 2nd day.
Here’s a story for you guys. After settling my stuff in the early morning, I had some time on hand and thought if visiting Taipei 101 since it is one of the must do things in Taiwan. After checking the map in my hotel, I realised it is actually not that far from the hotel. According to the map it was only 5km away. So I thought to myself, why don’t I walk there..?? And guess what? I did! It took me about an hour to reach Taipei 101. Weather was awfully hot but it was worth it as it is a new place and a whole new experience for me.
After a day of hard work, of course it is time to chill a bit. Me and some of my clients went to night market to just chillax a little.
By the way! I tried the smelly toufu and it was HORRIBLE!!! and I got tricked into eating it.. ): Client bully me…!!!!
That basically is the ending of my Taiwan trip. Most of the days was just spent drinking at night and going back to hotel to rest as most of us are dead tired by the end of the day.
As you can see, there isn’t many photos from Taiwan as I was too busy working and basically didn’t go many places for sight seeing but I met a great group of people in Taiwan and I am grateful enough.