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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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Jiufen Old Street

Jiufen Old Street

With scenes like movies from the animation master Miyasaki, “Jiufen Old Street” consists of four streets aligned “three horizontally and one vertically” with many surrounding steps as features. The Jiufen Mountain City standing alone on top of mountain peak is famous for its view of the Keelung mountain and sea natural barrier, along with scenic beauty of lofty mist. One can stroll along Jiufen Old Street in feature souvenir shops and taste local delicacies. The nostalgic architectures along 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

San Zhong Circle

San Zhong Circle

Hualien is Taiwan's biggest county with an area of about 4,628 square kilometers and a population of 350,000. The county borders the Pacific Ocean to the east and is hemmed in by the Central Range to the west. With its towering peaks, azure skies, vast seas, scenic valleys, cultural diversity, and friendly kindhearted people, Hualien has become one of Taiwan's first-choice travel destinations for local and international visitors alike. With all of its natural beauty, most of Hualien is a nationa