World Marketing Summit 2020: 5 Things to Focus on to be a Global Brand Success

Last February 22, I was at the World Marketing Summit that was held at The Tent at Solaire. Ticket cost ₱6,000 and despite the 8am start of call time, event proper started promptly at 9am. Laura Ries: Positioning in the 21st Century The first speaker is Ms. Laura Ries whose father, Al Ries, wrote Positioning: […]

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To Share: Useful Video Links of Taiwan Tour

If you are not joining a guided tour, here are a few videos you can watch beforehand about Taiwan for your reference! All these are based from the six-day itinerary I wrote the last time at post: To Share: A Real-Life, Jump-Packed 6-Day Taipei – Hualien – Jiufen – Yehliu – Taipei Itinerary Things you have to know before […]

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To Share: My One-Week Travel Itinerary of Amazing Taipei

Most people don’t give Taipei a lot of credit preferring mostly to spend their vacations in Hong Kong or Singapore. However, having stayed in these countries for prolonged periods, I still find Taipei to be the best travel destination in terms of food, sights, culture, people, and value for money. It’s only in Taipei where […]

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Top 5 Snacks at the Shilin Night Market

Trader and I visited Taiwan last weekend and gorged on its cheap eats at the Night Market. Boy, Trader was like a little boy let lose in the candy store. He LOVED everything! I took him to the cheapest place there is for terrific food. Here are our favorites: 1) Spicy Wantons (TWD40+ an order) […]

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Cultural Headtrip: The Future is in Eggs

My friend HH will be making out in public with this extremely cute gay guy. Who would miss this? Kicking off the experimental theater series “Young Stars, New Vision” (新人新視野), these two short plays feature young performers working to bring unique works to the stage. A bit of promotion about this show — and no, […]

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Butterflied and Jazzed

“Couples who eat out… are they usually this quiet?” I asked myself as I chowed on my deliciously fattening Greek Omelette (extra sausages please) care of the new Diner branch. Around me, it’s rare to find a couple talking animatedly. Most of them were either playing around with food and eating, or reading the dailies. […]

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Surprise, surprise…!

Yesterday, I did all I can to avoid Barcode, everybody’s perennial hang-out place because I wanted to avoid “him” to which we have yet to call by any name save for M. For one, he has already extended an invitation last Friday night so I knew he was going to be there, and two, I […]

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Top 10 Brunch Places in Taipei

As spending a leisurely weekend morning with a friend or two is one of my most favorite pasttimes, I’ve been quite fortunate to sample some of Taipei’s best venues for having brunch. I’ve been wanting to come up with the list to share to you guys but for have been so lazy to do it. […]

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The Long Weekend

I’m slightly melancholic after the long weekend. Not because I had no company — I had tons. However, sometimes I wish I can just keep the company of a single person all throughout. Anyway, it was a pretty eventful few days. To start off, on Friday, my friend and I tried out brunch at the […]

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How am I special?

Feeling a bit blue, I need to pop myself happy a bit. And what better to do than to make a slightly more narcissistic post than before? 🙂 As I was riding the MRT home, I asked myself, what made me different from most women? Given that everybody’s beautiful and special, there should be a […]

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A Good Day

Today was 2/28 — a Taiwanese holiday. It’s a one-day break right smack in the middle of a work week that you choose instead to stay behind in Taipei than to fly off somewhere else to spend your annual leaves which are better spent on a longer trip. It’s also a day of freedom — […]

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