Monthly Archives: June 2004

Ximen

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One of Lorenzo’s first nights out (new Swiss member of our team). Here is Ximen – Taipei’s mini Tokyo… and possibly the coolest taxi I have ever seen. On the way to the bar, and testing out a new 2 megapixel cameraphone… and look how […]

Bob Su’s Masterclass

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Bob Su, provider of Pro Engineer confusion… and the team who were at the learning centre at the same time. From the left… Bady, Diego, Michael, Anke, MR. BOB SU, Shiao Chris, SanD, Cesare, Da Chris, me! Bob Su’s level of English was incredible – […]

Chiang Kai Shek Memorial Hall

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This is one of the major landmarks in Taipei. And here is a kid who cares more for bubbles and running around in circles. If you turn up at this place in the morning you will find legions of Tai Chi people appearing like some […]

Bowling

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Bowling here was like something out of King Pin or the Big Lebowski. Crazy music, poor skills and lots of beer. And here it is… presenting the future… the Brunswick 2000 bowling machine. “My brain is the size of a planet” Bowling in Ziantan: The […]

Computex

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Computex is the annual tech fair in Taipei. Large numbers of rubber-clad blinky girls, random costumes and singing everywhere. These were my favourites of the day – trudging around with LCD TVs attached to their backs! The story of a British Industrial Designer in Taiwan…