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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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Danshui

Danshui

Danshui Old Street is divided into an inner and outer section. The outer street sits against the golden waterway footpath along Danshui river coast, while the inner side is a traditional old street lined with bustling shops, which consist of bakeries and groceries stores of the old days, and boutiques selling modern apparel and toy shops. Some of the most iconic snack foods in the area are: A Gei, fish ball, fried fish crackers, Taiwanese soul food-inspired cakes, Granny’s iron eggs, etc. As the

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,

Chiayi Taibao

Chiayi Taibao

Taibao City, originally named “Gouwei Village,” was the birthplace of Wang Delu, a distinguished general of the Qing Dynasty noted for recruiting forces to assist the Qing government in quelling the Lin Shuang-wen rebellion in Taiwan. He was given the title of “Tai Tze Tai Bao” (prince of Taibao) after his passing. To honor his legacy, the people of Gouwei renamed the town “Taibao.” A number of historic buildings are preserved in the area, including Wang Delu’s official residence, and the Wang f

Taitung Tiehua

Taitung Tiehua

Tiehua Music Village, remodeled from an old warehouse and dorm of Taiwan Railway, is now the bastion of exchange activities for musicians, artists and craftsmen devoted to promoting the creative industries. “Tiehua is where Music Happens!” This powerful declaration is what the artisans in Tiehua aspire after. Mr. Cheng Jieren, serving as the director of the project, is a committed advocate who wants to see the seed of music being planted in the Village, that music becomes the air the locals brea