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【2022 Business English Camp - Become Fluently Bilingual】Business English for Global Franchise

【2022 Business English Camp - Become Fluently Bilingual】Business English for Global Franchise

【2022 Business English Camp - Become Fluently Bilingual】Sales English for Chain Stores

【2022 Business English Camp - Become Fluently Bilingual】Sales English for Chain Stores

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Huangang Business District

Huangang Business District

Keelung Harbor is located at the northern tip of Taiwan that is between Fugueijiao and Bitoujiao. The eastern, western, and southern sides of the harbor are surrounded by hills. The northwest of harbor is open, and its southwest side extends into the inner harbor. It forms a narrow waterway of about 2000 meters long and 400 meters wide and serves as a naval port and commercial port. It is an excellent harbor in northern Taiwan. 「Giant ships going into harbor」is one of the most fascinating attrac

Dajia Zhenlan

Dajia Zhenlan

Dajia Zhenlan Temple is one of the most famous Matzu Temples in Taiwan with over 200 years of history. It is constantly thronged with pilgrims from all corners of Taiwan. The pilgrimage tour held in March every year has become a world-famous religious ceremony, attracting visitors from Taiwan and overseas. It is a scenic spot that best represents Dajia. The violet jade Matzu of Jenn Lann Temple and the Golden Matzu in the basement of Matzu cultural museum are the treasures of the temple. Now,

Yancheng Business District

Yancheng Business District

Situated in basin No. 3 of Kaohsiung Port, Pier 2 has been made into a unique open art space, providing artists and students with an environment in which to express themselves and has already become Kaohsiung's most popular cultural spot. All kinds of art activities are held irregularly in the District, bringing a rich artistic air to the port metropolis of Kaohsiung and also ushering a new tide of southern art into Kaohsiung. The western railway line, which previously brought goods to the docks

Chenggong Township

Chenggong Township

Chenggong Town was formerly known as "Ma Lao Lou She". In 1921, the Japanese changed to "Xingang" and after the war it was changed to " Chenggong ". There are different opinions about the origin of the name Ma Lao Lou, but until the end of the Qing Dynasty, this place was still where the Ami people settled and cultivated. The Kylin culture of 3,500 years ago is the most unearthed cultural relics in Chenggong Town, such as stone walls, rock coffins, stone axes, and mao. It can be known that the o